Subway Gluten Free Menu

Are you in the mood of eating fresh?If so, then here is the Subway gluten free menu.

From what I’m hearing, Subway is testing out gluten free bread choices at a select few of their restaurants (as seen in the  pictured above), so be sure to check them out.

There is also a gluten free brownie that is being tested as well.

If you’re not in the mood for their gluten free bread, you can still enjoy a breadless sub or one of Subway’s gluten free salads. Enjoy!

Subway Gluten Free Menu

Subway Gluten Free Menu

  • Buffalo Chicken
  • Chicken and Bacon Ranch
  • Cold Cut Combo
  • Ham (Black Forest)
  • Italian BMT
  • Oven Roasted Chicken with Chicken Strips
  • Roast Beef
  • Tuna
  • Turkey Breast
  • Turkey Breast and Ham
  • Spicy Italian
  • Subway Club
  • Veggie Delight

Meat, Poultry, Seafood, and Eggs

  • Bacon Strips
  • Oven Roasted Chicken
  • Chicken Strips (plain)
  • Cold Cut Combo Meats
  • Egg (Regular) Omelet
  • Egg (White) Omelet
  • Ham (Black Forest)
  • Italian BMT® Meats
  • Roast Beef
  • Steak
  • Tuna
  • Turkey Breast

Cheese

  • American Cheese
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • Monterey Cheddar Cheese, Shredded
  • Mozzarella Cheese, Shredded
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Pepper Jack Cheese
  • Provolone Cheese
  • Swiss Cheese

Condiments and Dressing

  • Buffalo Sauce
  • Chipotle Southwest Sauce
  • Honey Mustard Sauce
  • Light Mayonnaise/Regular Mayonnaise
  • Mustard (Yellow and Deli Brown)
  • Oil
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Red Wine Vinaigrette
  • Sweet Onion Sauce (Contains Poppy Seeds)
  • Vinegar

Vegetables

  • Banana Peppers
  • Jalapenos
  • Olives
  • Pickles
  • Vegetables, Fresh

For other great sandwich shops that offer wheat-free breads, be sure to check out our comprehensive listing. You’ll be sure to find some restaurants with similar options like the ones found on this Subway gluten free menu.

Thanks for reading and enjoy.

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Comments

      • Tom Negron says

        Would you happen to know ‘WHERE’ Subway’s “testing” their GF breads??? They certainly don’t seem to know…Thanks

        • Adam Bryan says

          Hey Tom,

          According to CeliAct, there are Subways with gluten-free bread in Duluth, Minnesota; Dallas/Fort Worth and Tyler, Texas; Gig Harbor/Tacoma, Washington; and Portland, Oregon.

          Hopefully this helps!

        • Abby says

          There’s a Subway in Puyallup, WA with gluten free buns. I’ve had it and it’s pretty good. Of course, it’s cross contamination hell in there. So eat at your own risk. The particular Subway is on River Road in the Fred Meyer parking lot.

  1. janice wellman says

    Is there anyway that you can make 100% whole wheat flat bread i an a ditbetic now and i love your flat bread sandwiches, but i can,t eat the white bread anymore,i live on tyndall park way in panama city fl.i dont want to give up your sandwiches if i don,t have to, could you see what you could do about useing wheat bread. thank you Janice wellman

    • B says

      Janice, if you are diabetic you should strongly consider giving up wheat all together. Whole wheat bread or whole grain bread is going to be worse for you than any other type of bread. Two slices of whole wheat bread has more sugar in it than a snickers bar. Do some research and decide for yourself but wheat is not what we were led to believe…ie “healthy”. People that are diabetic and have decided to eat gluten free have experienced complete recovery from diabetes. Another healthy aspect of no gluten is the weight loss. If you want some good info look for a book called “lose the wheat, lose the weight” by William Davis MD.

    • emaegf says

      janice wellman, they have a whole wheat roll option along with their white sub rolls. Both contain gluten. You’re question would be best asked on the Subway Corporate Website and not here the is only reviewing the Subway stores and their gluten free options.

  2. Flavia says

    Hi Adam,
    Do you know if Subway’s franchise in other country like Canada and Brazil have GF menu?
    Thank’s

    • Adam Bryan says

      Hi Flavia,

      Unfortunately I don’t know if Subway has a gluten free menu outside the country. But I’ll be sure to go ahead and shoot them an email and let you know!

    • Adam Bryan says

      Hey Tom, from what I’m hearing Subway doesn’t have any GF locations in So Ca. You’d think that this would be a major market for Subway to test out some gluten free breads too.

  3. Amy says

    I live in Fort Worth, Texas. I was enjoying Subway’s GF bread for a couple of years but as of Summer 2012, Subway STOPPED carrying and offering the GF bread in all of the states that I visited (SC, AZ, TX, NC, GA, NM). I am super disappointed in this as the GF bread was GREAT. Maybe this will change if enough people contact Subway and ask for the GF bread to come back.

    • Thomas Negron says

      Good Luck with contacting their Corporate office!! I called and got Stonewalled regarding the GF Bread issue. They really DON’T seem to really care about that. So, I’m contacting other major sandwich companies to see what’s happening on their GF situation…

  4. Emily says

    Erbert’s & Gerbert’s have a gluten free bun now and jimmy johns has a gf sub (wrapped in lettuce). Both are very good!

  5. Heather says

    I worked at Subway in Iowa for over 8 years and never had or heard of GF options until I had left. The biggest issue is how to cook the bread and the brownies/cookies. Total cross contamination!!
    We had a customer with an allergy to bread/gluten and the only way we could get her salad made correctly and safely was to change our gloves with each added item and to make sure we had plenty of paper under the bowl so the bowl didn’t have crumbs on it either. If we touched the cutting board, change the gloves because of the crumbs.
    If Subway is still serving the GF items, ASK how they have cooked the bread because it could be made on a tray/liners that was cooked with regular bread as well, and cookies for that matter.
    I would suggest as we did with the salad and have the sandwich maker change their gloves with each added item to your meal. Hope this is helpful :)

    • Adam Bryan says

      This is extremely helpful Heather! It’s always great to have some awesome insider’s information from people who actually work at these restaurants. These tips are rock solid. Thanks!

    • emaegf says

      By what I understand they gluten free products were baked off site and shipped to the stores individually prepackaged to prevent cross contamination in the ovens. A knife was also included in the bread package to be used for that sandwich again to prevent cross contamination. Also in each of the stores that was chosen to test market the gluten free items the staff was given rigorious training to prevent cross contaminations including using meats and vegtebles from preprepared containers in the coolers not from the ones already on the lines.
      Cross contamination can be lessened with proper training and employees following through with that training.
      Sad to hear that they no longer are carrying the gluten free products since I have been waiting for them to go franchise wide but guess not :(

      • Adam Bryan says

        That would’ve been awesome if they kept these gluten free products. I normally don’t go to Subway too often, but I did swing by one the other day and was just so heartbroken that they didn’t have any gluten free sandwiches. Normally I’d go for a salad, but it just wasn’t one of those days. :(

    • Adam Bryan says

      I’m not sure if they test gluten free breads in the UK Neve, but I do know that it’s very selective in the U.S. Honestly, if I were in your shoes, I would be sure to consult with your local Subway to see if they have any gluten free options similar or identical to the ones in the blog post. Hopefully this helps!

  6. Jim says

    Adam thank you for all of your information. This is the third thing I have googled this weekend that brought me to you! Your the best!

  7. Dianna says

    Still waiting for a gluten free subway (bread) in Williamsburg, VA since we have a very large gluten free support group here.

  8. Marie says

    Hey, I’m living in Portland, Oregon and just finished a gluten free sandwich.
    The bread came in a plastic wrapper that was made off site. They were careful with all the condiments added, and it was delicious!
    I’ll be coming back. I also hope they decide to add more gluten free selection in all other subways.

    • Adam Bryan says

      Thanks actually pretty awesome Marie! Hopefully these gluten free items start making their way to all the Subways across the U.S.

  9. Xuxa says

    I live in Portland Oregon and have tried the GF sandwiches at Subway several times over the past month. They are tasty! They “double toast” it, meaning they toast the bread first, then after they put on the meat and cheese they toast it again if you want. They recommend the double toast as it helps bring out the flavor of the bread. The first time I ordered GF at Subway she called out “gluten free!” to all her coworkers and everyone stopped what they were doing and the entire counter was wiped, everyone changed gloves, and the toaster basket and handle were wiped down. I really appreciated this! but also felt a bit guilty about holding up the long lunch line. At each of my subsequent visits when I ordered GF, they asked “Are you allergic?”. Anyone who is GF could probably give a 20 minute answer to that question, but as I was sheepish about the long line and I’m honestly not sure yet just how intolerant I am, I answered NO. So they didn’t wipe down anything, nor change gloves. My bf is also GF and had a few bites of my GF Subway last week and we both had symptoms for the next 5 days–not severe but enough to know I had been “glutened”. Long story short–when they ask if you are allergic, answer YES!

    • Adam Bryan says

      That’s so cool how quickly they reacted once they found out that you were gluten free! Next time, hold up the line…your stomach will thank you!

  10. Andrea says

    I have seen so many times the employes not changing their gloves from one topping to another…..they touch the bread when they put the topping on ur sub…..so there is cross contamination beyond anything…..i wont eat there….it isnt worth my health….no one ever remembers cross contamination……

    • emaegf says

      The filing ingredients aren’t taken from the regular line, they have separate containers with those ingredients for the gluten free sandwiches in the refrigerator, covered and away from the regular line. The person making the gf sandwich would change their gloves before opening the bread or touching the separate gf ingredients.

      • Stacey says

        Not all Subway’s do this. I know the one I went to certainly did not. They used the same containers of filling/toppings that they did for the regular sandwiches.

  11. Stacey says

    I just recently had a GF Subway sandwich here in Portland, OR. In the area where I attend college there are very few options for anyone who can’t eat gluten, so as a last resort I ate at Subway. The workers did a great job of making sure there was no contamination. The bread is kept frozen and is individually wrapped, they wiped everything down, changed gloves, used extra paper under my sandwich, and wouldn’t start another sandwich until mine was done (which was a little embarrassing because there was a huge line behind me). I was satisfied with the care they took, however the bread was gross, the sandwich fell apart after 2 bites and was very difficult to eat as the bun crumbled into pieces. If you’ve ever had an Udi’s hamburger bun, then that’s sort of what to expect from the gluten free Subway bread. It’s dry, flavorless, and crumbly. Sure it’s nice to have an option at Subway, but the gluten free buns are just not worth the cost. It was pricier than a 6″ sub and was pretty small with less meat/toppings than you’d get on a regular 6″. I won’t be going back unless they improve the buns.

  12. Sue says

    The Subway near me has gf bread and are very careful when they make my sandwich. The bun is frozen and smaller than the regular bread. They have been trained to use gloves and a separate knife and cutting board are placed on the assembly line. The manager has trained them to take great care to cut out the possible cross contamination. I have never gotten sick and I am celiac and very sensitive. Such a blessed convenience for me but very frustrated that I have never found gf bread available anywhere else! The manager says it is a choice for them to try it.

  13. Sharon Wallace says

    Was wondering if all the restaurants food comes from the same source as the printed gluten free list for subway. Or do some restaurants get their food from other suppliers? Thank you

    • emaegf says

      Regional suppliers so the ingredients actually may be different then what the site says. You can always ask at the store for them to check to make the ingredients are gluten free.

    • emaegf says

      No dates but the ones that do have them seem to be spotty since it looks like they are no longer going to be offering the gluten free option for the bread. I think the ones who do have are doing it just for local customers and it’s no longer a corporate process.

  14. Bull says

    Hmmm, I haven’t had a sandwich there since this Spring (May 2013) but they were able to make me a gf sandwich. You still do have to talk them through it (tell them to use the meat and cheese from the bottom of the stack, not the top where all the crumbs are). I’ll check around. I know that even here in Fort Worth, some stores stopped carrying the gluten free rolls last year while some others still had them.

  15. Addie says

    Hi,
    Sorry this isn’t totally on the same topic of the gluten-free bread, but seeing having a Subway sandwich without the bread is making me…well…I guess somewhat confused. Not trying to sound stupid, but I am new to the gluten-free diet. So eating out is a whole new thing and challenge for me as well, obviously. So seeing this on Subway made me excited. Well, actually, seeing any restaurant on the list makes me excited!!!! But with the chance of sounding totally dull, how do you have one of their sandwiches made without bread?

    I’d really appreciate all the help I can get on gluten-free that you guys are willing to share with me!!!
    Thank you!!!!
    Addie

  16. Stacey says

    I am from Duluth, MN. Subway has been a staple for my son who is sensitive to gluten for almost the past two years, however, tonight we went in and they said they were no longer carrying the GF bread. I said well that’s too bad, I guess we can’t eat here anymore. Not that the employees have any fault, but it was my understanding at one point it would eventually be going nationwide. They were excellent with the preparation every time. Changed their gloves, put out all new meat, and the bun was always individually wrapped and cut with a clean knife. The same employee stayed with you through the whole process, as opposed to handing it off to someone that might cross contaminate. My son was so disappointed tonight he cried the whole way home. I said I would try to replicate his favorite sandwich at home, but it was one of the only places we really felt safe eating. It is so disappointing, especially when other restaurants are seeming to increase the gluten free options and then Subway discontinues it. We were really fortunate to live in a city that was in the test group, because before we left town we would always stop there, and I know many of my friends were waiting for them to expand to other areas in Minnesota. So, sad!

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