Subway Sued for Fake Tuna?

Subway uses the words “flaked tuna,” “freshly baked bread,” and “crisp veggies” to describe its tuna sandwich. A combination of those words will surely entice you to buy that sandwich for lunch. But according to a recent lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, Subway might be lying to you. The lawsuit has alleged that the “flaked tuna” mentioned by Subway contains no tuna at all. It alleges that based on lab tests conducted on numerous samples of the tuna taken from Subway stores across California, it was found that the tuna is instead a combination of various concoctions not containing real tuna. It alleges that Subway has blended those ingredients together to imitate tuna in their sandwiches. The plaintiffs in the lawsuit have sued Subway for fraud, intentional misrepresentation, and other federal and state charges.
Meanwhile, Subway has denied these allegations and has stood firm by claiming that their tuna is real. They have also clarified that the tuna they use are caught in the wild.