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Subway Removing Shoe Rubber Chemical From Bread




In the latest petition targeting Subway, Hari noted that the azodicarbonamide used in its bread is also used to make yoga mats and shoe rubber. On Tuesday, Subway’s Facebook page was filled with comments regarding the chemical.

Although the ingredient is used in other food products, Hari said she targeted Subway because of the healthy image it projects.

As Americans pay closer attention to what they’re eating, food companies have worked to market their products as natural. But companies have also come under growing pressure to remove chemicals people find questionable. That pressure has been heightened by consumers’ ability to voice and share their concerns online.






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