Subway Sandwiches Too Sugary To Be Called Bread

Ireland's Supreme Court ruled this week that Subway sandwiches are more pastry than bread and, as such, are subject to an added tax of 13.5%. Ireland’s law stipulates that sugar and fat should not exceed 2% of the weight of flour in the bread dough. In Subway sandwiches, that weight hovers at 10%. It’s not the first time Subway has had to defend its ingredients. In 2014, Subway removed the flour-whitening agent azodicarbonamide (ADA) from its bread after an online petition. The...

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