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Subway Launches Website Defending Their Tuna

Subway’s tuna has endured a ton of scrutiny and slander this past month after a New York Times report stated that tests revealed that the sandwich chain’s offering was not tuna at all.

Now, amidst a massive brand rehaul, Subway has gone on the offensive, launching SubwayTunaFacts.com. The new site is designed to quell any doubts about the validity of the tuna Subway is serving. In it readers can find a comprehensive Tuna Q&A, facts dispelling myths, and information on where Subway sources their tuna.

Though many have already pointed out the flaws in the New York Times tuna tests, will this website from Subway be enough to convince the public that their tuna is 100% legit?

By Reach Guinto

Reach loves the Lakers, fried chicken, and a well-executed DDT. He came out the womb with a fried egg on top of his head.