USA Today reports that Subway will start offering low-carb wraps on Monday:
Subway today will announce plans to begin selling two Atkins-Friendly Wraps at all 16,500 Subway stores nationwide beginning Monday. The wraps are made from special wheat and soy grains that are high in fiber and protein but low in carbohydrates.
Consumers, however, will pay a premium for them — about 50 cents more than Subway's conventional, six-inch subs. Subway sandwich bread has 17 net carbs compared with 5 net carbs in the in the Atkins wrap, alone. […]
I think this was a good move for Subway — for quite some time, they held the reputation as a healthy fast-food, but many consumers likely reconsidered that under auspices of low carb eating. So, once again, it looks like Subway is probably a decent choice, whether you’re trying for low-fat or low-carb.