A U.S. judge rules that Subway can be sued over its ‘100% tuna’ claim

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News : NPR A worker at a Subway sandwich shop makes a tuna sandwich last year in San Anselmo, California. A lawsuit in federal court accuses the restaurant giant of not using 100% tuna in its offerings — and a judge has denied Subway

The case centers on what consumers expect when they order a tuna sandwich: the word "tuna" appears 244 times in the plaintiff’s 28-page amended complaint.

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July 13, 2022 at 09:16PM Bill Chappell

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