UPDATE 3/2 6:17 P.M. EST: Subway has shot back at the accusations, with company president and chief executive Suzanne Greco saying, "The stunningly flawed test by Marketplace is a tremendous disservice to our customers. The allegation that our chicken is only 50 percent chicken is 100 percent wrong." The sandwich chain also released their own study — that was conducted by TWO independent labs — that concluded there was less than 1% of plant protein found in Subway chicken samples.
Eat fresh…ly spliced chicken creature hybrids!
That's where our imaginations are taking us after a new study made some repugnant findings on the contents of Subway chicken.
"Subway Canada cannot confirm the veracity of the results of the lab testing you had conducted. However, we are concerned by the alleged findings you cite with respect to the proportion of soy content. Our chicken strips and oven roasted chicken contain 1 percent or less of soy protein. We use this ingredient in these products as a means to help stabilize the texture and moisture. We will look into this again with our supplier to ensure that the chicken is meeting the high standard we set for all of our menu items and ingredients."
Following Christina El Moussa receiving a bit of backlash for putting her seven-year-old, Taylor, in a bikini -- the HGTV personality got even more attention on Friday when she shared a photo from her family's first slumber party.