Yes, amazingly, Subway has hopped on the chopped salad bandwagon. You can make any sub into a salad, or you can choose from their six predesigned salads: grilled chicken with baby spinach, Seafood Sensation, Club salad, tuna salad, Veggie Delight, or grilled chicken salads. Prices range from $5.50 to $6.75 depending on what you order. There are unfortunately only two lettuce choices, spinach or iceberg, but you can choose any toppings without being charged extra, just like on a sub. Their method of chopping is a little strange; it looks like a double-bladed pizza cutter, as seen here. Asking for organic options at Subway is a stretch, but while they don’t offer organic, they do offer eco-friendly. The majority of their packaging is made from recycled materials, and 100 percent of it can be recycled. At the very least, they have affordable options that include low-calorie Veggie Delight salads (110 calories) and more substantial options like the Chipotle Steak and Cheese with Avocado (470 calories).