Lawsuit Accuses Subway Of Selling Tuna That Isn’t Tuna

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  1. buddyd157

    buddyd157 Road Train Member

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    well that's it.....

    imma gonna sue Cheerios, cuz i don't feel "cheery" after i eat them...!!!!!
     
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  3. buddyd157

    buddyd157 Road Train Member

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    you must be a fussy/finicky eater...

    i have never had a bad sammich from them.

    in fact, i actually look for a Subway shop when the wife and i are cruising.
     
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  4. mjd4277

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    If it isn’t tuna,what is it? Albacore? Imitation crab meat? Dog food? Horse meat?

    (somewhere,some Taco Bell executives are breathing a sigh of relief,lol)
     
  5. Sirscrapntruckalot

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    Probably turkey based like everything else there.

    ;)

    Never had the tuna from a subway and never will. I know others who have, I'm going to have to point this article out to them. Haha.

    I don't do turkey bacon, or turkey ham, etc... They always want to give me a head of lettuce, but get cranky if I ask for more than 6 pickles.

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  6. TokyoJoe

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    Never going to eat at subway again and haven't for years. I can make a processed meat sandwich myself for 1/10th the price.

    Pay over 10 dollars and they measure everything out in such small portions to actually NOT give you an actual sandwich unless you fork over a few extras dollars for the so called "double meat", which is short for "what you used to get on your sandwich before they halved the portions so that they could charge you extra to complete the sandwich.
     
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  7. diamondd817

    diamondd817 Bobtail Member

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    Not really. I just find subway to have lowest possible quality processed meat.
     
  8. buddyd157

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    well i dunno, never had a bad sammich, never got sick. we all need to remember that all sub-shops, under any chains name, get's thier products via a vendor source and in bulk, rather than say when we can go grocery shopping, and only buy a pound or more/less for our sammiches.

    the only 2 times i ever got food positioning ...

    1) the waffle house on Midlothian turnpkie (rte 60) in richmond, va

    2) some small restaurant off I-64 i think in West virginia

    at the waffle house, i actually saw the fry cook, wipe clean a frying pan, not even wash it, with the DIRTY towel, used to wipe up the tables and counter. by that time, it was too late for me. made it to our terminal in Louisville, KY, and lost all my stomach contents.

    at that small restaurant in W. VA, i had a ham, some coleslaw, and i think a side dish of peas,
    was going to the terminal again in Louisville...not only did i lose ALL my stomach contents again, but actually HAD TO STAY at the Louisville's terminal bunkhouse for 2 days.....

    so, if i ever see another waffle house, I WILL DRIVE BY THAT

    if i am EVER on I-64 again, (and most likely will not even leave my state now that i am retired), i will BYPASS that exit for that small restaurant

    and will GLADLY stop at a Subway shop...!!!!!!!
     
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  9. Luke Jackson

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  10. Farmtractor9900

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    I stopped eating at Subway sandwiches back in 2017.
    "Subway's results were such an outlier that the team decided to test them again, biopsying five new oven roasted chicken pieces, and five new orders of chicken strips.

    Those results were averaged: the oven roasted chicken scored 53.6 per cent chicken DNA, and the chicken strips were found to have just 42.8 per cent chicken DNA. The majority of the remaining DNA? Soy." Screenshot_20210130-102732.png
     
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  11. AModelCat

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    I'll take Subway over the other options available.
     
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