Sandwich Chain Subway's New 'Healthy-ish' Halo Top Milkshakes

Just in time for summer! Sandwich chain Subway has collaborated with Halo Top creamery to test offering hand blended milkshakes. From July 22 through September 4, about 1,000 participating Subway restaurants in the U.S will  offer Halo Top vanilla bean, chocolate, and strawberry milkshakes.
Halo Top bills itself as ice cream people can feel good eating. Founded in 2011, Halo Top has disrupted the ice cream industry by offering delicious ice cream with just 280-360 calories and 20 grams of protein per pint.
The 16 oz milkshakes on offer at Subway have 350 calories or less, at least 20 grams of protein and 30 percent of the recommended daily value of calcium. But they also have 11 grams of fat and 27 grams of sugar.  However, that’s better than standard milkshakes–a chocolate shake at McDonald’s, comes in at 530 calories, with 15 grams of fat and 74 grams of sugar.
Halo Top milkshakes will be available exclusively at Subway in six test markets: Colorado Springs, Colorado; Hartford, Connecticut; Longview and Tyler, Texas; Salt Lake City, Utah; Toledo, Ohio; and West Palm Beach, Florida. Subway has more than 26,000 locations across the US.
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