Subway is defending its tuna sandwiches again.
A recent DNA test commissioned by the New York Times claims laboratory technicians found no actual tuna in Subway tuna sandwiches.
The chain went on the defense today saying, “A recent New York Times report indicates that DNA testing is an unreliable methodology for identifying processed tuna. This report supports and reflects the position that Subway has taken in relation to a meritless lawsuit filed in California and with respect to DNA testing as a means to identify cooked proteins. DNA testing is simply not a reliable way to identify denatured proteins, like Subway’s tuna, which was cooked before it was tested.”
Will you still eat Subway tuna?
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