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Just In Time For Lunch: What's Really In Your Subway Sandwich?

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The SUBWAY(r) restaurant chain, with more than 39,000 locations in 101 countries, has been named &quot;Brand of the Year&quot; in the &quot;Quick Service Restaurant&quot; category according to the latest Harris Poll EquiTrend(r) consumer study. This marks the 9th year in a row that the submarine sandwich franchise has received the highest ranking among quick service restaurant brands in the annual study which measures consumer perceptions of more than 1,500 brands in 155 categories. (PRNewsFoto/SUBWAY Restaurants) THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED BY PRNewsfoto and is for EDITORIAL USE ONLY**PR NEWSWIRE

Sandwich giant Subway came under fire after a blogger flagged a bleaching agent in their bread recipe which is also commonly used to make shoe rubber and yoga mats. People reacted on Twitter today:

Vani Hari, food activist and founder of blog, released a petition and a video asking Subway to remove the chemical Azodicarbonamide from their bread recipes.

A representative from Subway stated that the company is in the process of removing the chemical from their recipes, but did not share details as to when that process would be complete.

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