Even though the alleged short of a half-inch or so of bread is relatively small, it adds up, he said. Subway has 38,000 stores around the world, nearly all owned by franchisees and its $5 footlong
Jan 21, 2013 · Subway’s ‘foot-long’ sandwich comes up short The US sandwich chain Subway is caught up in an online furore after an Australian teenager measured his «foot-long» sub and find it was an inch short.
Transcript for Subway Footlong Sandwiches Come Up Short And finally, ay is firing back in the fight over its foot long subs. It turns out not all foot long sandwiches are created equal.
Subway, which swears this normally never, ever happens, is facing the ire of its customers after a man posted a photo of his “Footlong” sandwich next to a tape measure that revealed it to only
The world’s largest fast-food chain faced widespread criticism last week after a man posted a photo online showing a Footlong next to a tape measure that showed it to be just 11 inches.
Eventually, the $5 foot-long would generate $3.8 billion in nationwide sales by the end of August, 2009, lifting Subway into the top 10 fast-food brands in the country.
Feb 29, 2016 · You may recall the lawsuit against Subway Restaurants for selling «12 inch» and «footlong» sandwiches that were allegedly less than 12 inches long.
Hooray, now we can trust sandwiches again. (Picture: Scott Bairstow/Alamy) Good news, fans of massive sandwiches. Subway’s footlong sandwiches will now actually be a foot long.
Jan 24, 2013 · READ MORE: Subway ‘Footlongs’ Coming Up Short. He said he has had sandwiches from 17 shops measured, and every one came up short. The lawsuit claims it is a «deceptive practice for Subway …
Stingy Subway sandwich honchos are shorting customers by serving 11-inch “Footlong” subs, hungry New Yorkers say. The Post discovered that the city’s lunchtime Thanks for contacting us.
A U.S. appeals court on Friday threw out a class-action settlement intended to resolve claims that the Subway sandwich chain deceived customers by selling «Footlong» subs that were less than a
The fda is investigating the episode. We’re going to turn to the scandal on the subway. It turns out some of the foot-long sandwiches are coming in a bit short.
Jan 27, 2013 · Makes sense to me. Sure, should the laws of nature behave in perfect alignment, dough would perform with absolute military precision and will, each and every time, bake to a perfect 12-inches.
A certain doughnut chain would like you to believe America runs on Dunkin’, but in fact this great nation of ours runs on frivolous lawsuits. And in at least one instance, judges have had quite