Wednesday, July 6

I compared Subway’s controversial tuna sub with Jimmy John’s with and the latter tasted a lot more like tuna

Subway contends that the test doesn’t prove anything, because cooking the fish can make the tuna DNA difficult or even impossible to identify.

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The investigation came after a January lawsuit in California alleged that Subway mislabeled tuna, and it did not contain actual tuna fish. The plaintiffs are no longer questioning whether Subway serves tuna, but whether it is actually “100% sustainably caught skipjack and yellowfin tuna. “

Subway worker making tuna sandwich

Subway tuna.

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I was really glad I’d ordered lettuce, just to add some texture and keep myself from feeling like I was eating a loaf of bread.

Subway tuna sub

Subway’s tuna sub is facing allegations about what it really contains.

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