By Nicholas Stix
This won’t have any effect on my relationship to Subway. They serve lousy sandwiches that leave me hungry. Twenty years ago, I bought one in the Far Rockaway, Queens. I even paid an additional dollar ($2, adjusted for inflation) for extra meat, but when I’d finished the sandwich, I was still hungry.
I suspect that Subway pioneered the method of teaching employees to fill the meat from the middle of a hero outwards, to make it look like it’s bursting with meat, when in fact it contains very little.
On the morning show Good Day New York on Fox5 a couple of years ago, co-host Greg Kelly exposed Subway (which was obviously not a sponsor) for fraudulently selling “foot-longs” that were only 10 or 11 inches long.
A tip ‘o the hate to Donald Joy.
At the New York Post.