Popular American Food Chain is awaiting the final verdict on the quality standards of its baked bread. The company had been charged with a class action by nine disgruntled customers from Milwaukee, who were not happy to find that their so called foot long sandwiches actually measured up to only 11 inches.
Subway maintained that the bread’s natural variations made it impossible to guarantee all of them will turn out to be 12 inches or more. Nevertheless, chain will now have to pay a 1000 dollars to each of the nine plaintiffs and every subway chain will now have a measuring tape to ensure that its breads are matching up to the sizes promised.
The final settlement will be revealed on January 16, early next year.