Irish Courts Ruled That Subway's Bread is Not Legally Bread

Subway Settles Not-Really Foot Long Sandwich Litigation

Subway's bread has become one of the biggest Internet conspiracy theories of all time and now the Irish Supreme Court has ended the debate on if Subway bread is real bread with its recent ruling.

Earlier this week the Irish Supreme Court ruled that the bread used at each store cannot be legally defined as bread because it contains too much sugar as its sugar content is in 10% of the flour used to make the dough.

Apparently in Ireland bread has to have at most 2% sugar content to qualify as bread and with this ruling, the country can now influence the price of sandwiches at Subway because it's bread is technically not bread!

(The Irish Independent)

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