You may want to be careful reading this story, Roomies, as it could turn your stomach! As we previously reported, Subway has been getting some heat since it was revealed that the sandwich chain may not serve real tuna sandwiches.
A study published by the New York Times found that no traces of tuna were found in Subway’s tuna sandwiches, but laboratory specialists have not yet been able to tell exactly what was in the fish mix. Corresponding Reuters, a new version of the lawsuit accusing Subway of defrauding the public with their tuna, says the sandwiches contain chicken, pork and cattle.
The updated lawsuit, filed by Karen Dhanowa and Nilima Amin, is the third version of the proposed class action lawsuit, which Subway described as “inconsiderate and inappropriate.” Since the lawsuit was filed in January, Subway has launched a website to defend its tuna and revamped its menu.
Subway officials say the new lawsuit is misleading the public.
“Plaintiffs’ recent attempt to bring a lawsuit against Subway has been just as unsuccessful as their previous attempts,” said Mark C. Goodman, an attorney who represents Subway. “These claims are false and will prove to be completely meatless if the case goes beyond the pleading phase.”
In a statement to the Washington Post, a Subway spokesman said their tuna is “100% high quality, wild-caught tuna … The fact remains that Subway tuna is real and strict by the FDA in the US and other governments is regulated “. Companies all over the world. “
Subway is working to dismiss the lawsuit.
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