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A startling revelation: Subway’s Tuna Sandwich may not contain any tuna at all

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Earlier this year, Subway faced legal action in California over claims that the tuna in their popular tuna salad sandwiches might not actually be tuna at all. Despite Subway’s denial of these allegations, further investigations were carried out, including laboratory tests on the supposed tuna. The Washington Post initially conducted an inconclusive test, but a more recent examination funded by The New York Times has shed new light on the matter.

A journalist from The New York Times gathered samples of Subway tuna from three locations in Los Angeles for analysis by a commercial food testing company. Following the tests, a lab spokesperson communicated the results to The Times.

According to the spokesperson, “No amplifiable

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