While Subway is known for sandwiches, the chain also serves cheese, vegetable, sausage and pepperoni pizzas. The pizzas are 8 inches in diameter.
The Subway cheese pizza contains 680 calories, of which 200 calories are from fat. If you add veggies to the cheese pizza, it will add on 60 calories. A Subway cheese pizza with pepperoni has 790 calories, while a cheese pizza with sausage contains 820 calories. If you are following a 2,000-calorie-a-day diet, one Subway cheese pizza accounts for 34 percent of your daily caloric intake.
The pizza also contains 22 total fat g, 9 g of saturated fat, 40 mg of cholesterol, 1,070 mg of sodium, 96 g of carbohydrates, 4 g of dietary fiber, 7 g of sugar and 32 g of protein. It also has 25 percent of the recommended daily value of vitamin A, 4 percent of the daily value of vitamin C, 45 percent of the daily value of calcium and 30 percent of the daily value of iron. If you are a healthy adult, the sodium in one Subway cheese pizza accounts for about 47 percent of your recommended daily sodium intake, according to MayoClinic.com.
The Subway cheese pizza contains dairy, lactose, soy and wheat. This may be of concern for individuals who are allergic to these ingredients.
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