A lawsuit filed this month alleging that Subway's tuna is not made with tuna is swimming in a sea of "baseless allegations", according to a statement issued Thursday by the sandwich chain in the face of widespread media reports.
The lawsuit, filed on January 21 in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, claims that "tuna" is a mixture of different mergers that do not constitute tuna, but have yet to be mixed (by Subway) to imitate the appearance of the tuna. "It does not state what is in the tuna.
Subway fired and accused the complainants of being" ruthless "in damaging the franchise, saying" (t) here is simply no truth to the allegations in the tuna. the complaint … Subway delivers 1
Subway states that the plaintiff's lawyers are fishing for infamy:" Unfortunately, this lawsuit is part of a trend in which the named plaintiffs' lawyers have targeted the food industry in an attempt to make a name for themselves in that space.