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Subway's 'Multigrain Flatbread' Satisfies with Whole Grains

 - Sep 9, 2016
References: subway & brandeating
As an alternative to the many bread options that are offered through Subway, the chain is now making it possible for health-conscious consumers to get a daily dose of whole grains with its all-new Multigrain Flatbread option.

The Multigrain Flatbread boasts 50 grams of whole grains per six-inch sandwich, which is loaded with fiber, as well as more than 100% of the daily recommendation that comes from the Whole Grains Council. The flatbread option itself is made up of chia seeds, flax seeds, as well as oats, barley, rye and amaranth.

Although they have remained largely unchanged for the most part over the last few centuries, ancient grains have become increasingly interested in them, since they offer a range of nutrition, variety and health benefits.