Select Maryland, DC and Virginia area Subway cafe's offering three new vegan sandwiches

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There’s a new “meat” in town, but it’s vegan. That’s right, select Subway locations are now offering vegan meat options. With the help of WeLoveSubway.com, a project started by Compassion Over Killing and The Humane League­, Subway has expanded its options.

WeLoveSubway.com has offered plant-based eaters across the U.S. the opportunity to have a voice and request vegan options at the well-known sandwich franchise. While the company offers a veggie sandwich, veg-meats have yet to be a viable option -- until now.

Finally, this past week, a few locations in the Maryland-D.C.-Virginia area have added vegan meats to their menus. While this is a huge feat to vegans and those looking for healthier options, several customers throughout the nation are waiting for the menus to expand into their local Subway.

There are three succulent sandwich options available so far: Malibu Greek, Italian Black Bean, and a Sweet Riblet. They sound so amazing; I can’t wait to try them all!

Hmmm, I wonder if an all vegan Subway location might be in the works?

If you are in the Maryland-D.C.-Virginia area, swing by one of these locations to try out the new vegan subs!

Maryland

8145 Main St, Ellicott City, MD 21043 , 410-418-4330
300 Sentinel Dr, #100, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701, 301-490-6553
5520 Research Park Dr, #107 (Univ. of MD), Catonsville, MD 21228, 410-455-5222

Washington, DC:

550 First St. NW, Washington, DC 20001, 202-661-6639
555 13th St NW, Washington, DC 20005, 202-347-4616
455 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, 202-638-0348 (first floor)

Virginia

320 King St, Alexandria, VA 22314, 703-879-4321
2361 Eisenhower Ave, Alexandria, VA 22314, 703-879-4321

Laeticia Butler | @Vegwritingmomma | Facebook | Blog
Baltimore, MD After suffering with health issues for two years, Laeticia became a vegan and was able to go from barely walking to running half marathons. She became well aware of the cruelty to animals through research during her life change. In doing so, Laeticia discovered a newfound love and respect for animals and works hard to teach her son why we don't eat them. She is currently training for her first marathon. One of Laeticia's goals as a writer and blogger is to help motivate others to living a healthier lifestyle through a healthy diet and fitness.

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