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Let them eat cake? Irish court finds Subway sandwiches ‘too sugary’ to rise to category of ‘bread’

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Subway’s heated filled sandwiches, however, turned out to contain some 10 percent sugar, meaning the product fell well outside the “staple” food category, and thus may not legally be considered “bread.” Moreover, as the products did not contain “bread”, they cannot be described as “food” for the purposes of the Second Schedule of the Act, the court ruled.

The ruling did not escape the internet crowd, who rushed to joke about the chain’s ‘sugary’ sandwiches.

Others took a more serious tone, accusing the franchisee of contributing to obesity and the spread of diabetes with its sugar-laden products.

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