Now to a lawsuit that’ll make you lose your appetite. Food chain subway being sued for fraud accused of selling tuna that isn’t actually tuna. Lawsuit claims lab tests prove subway’s tuna fish salad contains no real fish. The lawsuit claims there’s no tuna in Subway tuna sandwiches. That it’s a concoction blended together to imitate tuna. Attorneys for the plaintiffs in California say they’re conducting testing to find out exactly what the ingredients are. 2 California residents said they were tricked into buying something that lacked the ingredients, they thought they were getting.
Lawyers hope to show this into a class-action lawsuit. Subway has not responded to a request for comment from CBS news the change ingredients have come under scrutiny in the past. In 2014 the company said it absolutely was removing a chemical found in yoga mats from its bread. And Ireland supreme court recently ruled subway’s bread is just too sugary to even be called bread.
2 California women filed a lawsuit saying they ordered the tuna sandwich from subway locations close to their home as recently as last year. Court papers say independent testing shows the products are made from anything but tuna. And are instead a mix of varied concoctions that are blended together to imitate the looks of tuna. Subway spokesperson says the claims are baseless they’re frivolous and that to me is one of the most popular menu items, the women are seeking 5 million dollars.