I remember watching a show about photography for the food industry. In one shot the burger was slightly smaller than the bun so the photographer cut the patty and spread it from the backside so it filled the bun. Then she went through a half a head of lettuce to find the one leaf that had just the perfect shade of green and the proper amount of curl. Then the tomato, it had to be just the perfect shade of red and the perfect size. In all I think it took her over an hour to get just the perfect shot for the ad.
This is dumb. McDonalds sells a quarter pounder but has a disclaimer that says that was before being cooked. Maybe subway should put a similar disclaimer about being approximately one foot long.
Regardless, this is just stupid. No one actually sues over something like this unless they are a greedy, selfish person who doesn't want to work for what they get in life.
This has been part of the Subway baking process for more than 30 years. It could be stretched to 3 feet long or squished to 8 inches. The volume of bread is still the same, no one has been cheated.
If you get a sandwich and you are unhappy with the contents, you are free to complain and ask for more for being cheated, or just not go back. I'd wager that most people don't even notice the difference with the sandwiches, and the great thing about free market capitalism is that competition exists to give us the option to go elsewhere.
Shrinkage ,maybe it was a little chilly out.If you can sue because someone came up a little short,the courts will be flooded with Ex Girlfriends
Dangit how many ounces of ice have they been putting in my 44 oz Mountain Dew! You don't short a man Mountain Dew! Heads are gonna roll!
Yeah people want fresh baked bread, yet if they ever baked bread they'd realize it's nigh impossible to get everything to come out exactly as planned every time.
It may be about "sub sandwich" control.
No one needs a 12" sandwich. Too many calories that could make you fat. A twelver incher could cause heart acttacks and make our children fat!
So,they are going to "ease" it back some. Make it safer for the community. People everywhere will like it. Kids will be skinnier, all of society will benefit.
At the rate we are going, any sandwich over 12" will need to be registered...so that we can" keep tabs" on it.
Its the right thing to do.
They are just lowering the sandwich capacity to prevent deaths. Who needs 30 ounces when 7 will do?
I agree that the law suit is stupid but it does expose them for what they are.
They should just laser print a photo of the meat and cheese onto the bread and do away with it all together.