Calories in a Subway Veggie Patty Sandwich

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The veggie patty sub sandwich, at Subway, is a suitable options for ovo-lacto vegetarians as the product contains both egg and milk products. The typical serving of a veggie patty sub is 6 inches, served on 9 grain wheat bread, and includes lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers and cucumbers.

Calories

One serving of the sub contains 70 calories of fat. Carbohydrates contribute 228 calories per serving while protein contributes 92 calories per serving. The combined total calories per serving of the veggie patty is 390 calories.

Nutritional Information

One serving of the veggie patty sandwich contains 25 percent of the daily recommended value for vitamin A. There is 45 percent of the daily recommended value for vitamin C in this sub. The sub also contains 6 percent of the daily recommended value for calcium and 8 percent of the daily recommended value for iron.

Considerations

Individuals who are full vegans may want to select the veggie delight sub from Subway on Italian white bread. The veggie patty also contains 930 mg of sodium per serving. The American Heart Association recommends that consumption of salt be limited to fewer than 1,500 mg per day. Again, choosing the veggie delight may be a better option since it only contains 410 mg of sodium per serving.

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