Subway Will Make Sure That Footlong Sub Is Actually a Foot Long Following Lawsuit
The chain is also coughing up $520,000 in legal fees.
The epic court battle between Subway and angry customers who claimed their footlong sub sandwiches were not actually a full 12 inches long is finally over.
In 2013, a group of people sued the world’s biggest restaurant chain to get Subway to change its practices — either ensuring the sandwiches lived up to the 12-inch claims or to stop using the “footlong” label. Final approval for the settlement was granted on February 25, according to the Associated Press; Subway has agreed to take steps over the next four years to ensure its bread…