Subway describes its tuna sandwich as “freshly baked bread” layered with “flaked tuna blended with creamy mayo then topped with your choice of crisp, fresh veggies.” It’s a description designed to activate the saliva glands — and separate you from your money.
It’s also fiction, at least partially, according to a recent lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California. The complaint alleges the ingredient billed as “tuna” for the chain’s sandwiches and wraps contains absolutely no tuna.Continue reading
I ain’t touched them in a decade or more when they discovered plastic in their bread…..
On Tuesday, a Supreme Court in Ireland ruled that the bread used to make Subway sandwiches isn’t real bread. This came after an Irish Subway franchise tried to evade paying value-added tax on its foodstuffs.Continue reading