I am in a big argument with my dad. He is like Subway uses Boar's Head meat but they just don't give you much. I'm like no way Subway is cheap as hell meat, no way it is Boar's head. I go to Publix specifically get Boar's Head subs and they are like 9 freaking dollars. Yet he insists it is Boar's Head there and really quality! I ended up telling him he is crazy and to bet me on it then.
He is still stubborn, but will not take the bet.
What do they use? Definitely not Boar's head right?
Thread: What meat does Subway use???
09-07-2008, 02:17 PM #1
What meat does Subway use???@__@
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It's not Boar Head's Meat. I know that for a fact.
I work for a company here in PA that has an on-site cafe. We have this vendor that is hired by my company to provide us with lunches, deli sandwiches, etc. They use Boar Head's meat, and the owner once told me that it costs quite a bit and NO OTHER place uses it.
She then even named Subway as a place that does not use it.
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If u rly want to know . . .
Google the SUBWAY nutritional website, they will have the ingredients 4 all their sandwiches.Best Regards,
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09-08-2008, 10:17 AM #15
"meat" might be a stretch for just about any fast food restaurant...Frank Lloyd Wright: I know the price of success: dedication, hard work, and an unremitting devotion to the things you want to see happen.
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