Subway Removing Shoe Rubber Chemical From Sandwich Bread

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Subway Removing Shoe Rubber Chemical From Sandwich Bread

Subway has said that it will begin removing the chemical azodicarbonamide from its sandwich bread after a prominent food blogger pointed out that the same additive is used in yoga mats and shoe rubber. What do you think?

  • “Did Subway reveal which chemical they use to keep all their meats soaking wet?”

    Michael Davis
    Systems Analyst
  • “I applaud the effort to keep shoes and bread separate, but it’s a losing battle.”

    Irene Long
    Scenic Artist
  • “Great, now I have to go back to eating Reeboks stuffed with meat.”

    Chris Heitman
    Project Manager