(CNN) — Call it a healthy-choice combo a sandwich and a low-calorie shake for dessert. That seems to be the idea behind the promotional partnership between Subway and light dessert company Halo Top Creamery.
The sandwich chain announced the partnership Monday. For a limited time, customers will be able to get Halo Top low-calorie milkshakes at 1,000 Subway Stores across the U.S.
It starts on July 22, which just happens to be one day after National Ice Cream Day, and ends September 4.
The 16-ounce shakes come in vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry.
According to a release from Subway, the shakes will have 350 calories or less.