Subway sandwiches are the best thing since slice bread. If you want to get fit, lose weight or just have a great time there’s no better way to do it than to go on a Subway meal. What makes them so great is that they have so many varieties and one is not short of variety. Even if you’re not a fan of the sea food, sub sandwiches are a wonderful treat. From my experience with the sandwich chain, I found a few different types of Subway foods that could classify them as “healthier” foods. Let’s look at what these healthier options are.
One of the most popular types of Subway foods in the United States are their delicious foot long sandwiches. These wonderful creations come in the classic white bread, wheat and butter sandwich as well as a variety of other flavor combinations. Footlong sandwiches are also great for you because they don’t contain a whole lot of fat, which means that it’s okay for your body. In fact, a lot of people who have used Subway diet meals have stated that it’s the best kind of meal for losing weight and keeping it off. For this reason, a class action lawsuit has been brought against the Subway restaurant chain by several plaintiffs.
Another type of food that might qualify for a class action lawsuit are their “footlong sandwiches”. Footlong sandwiches aren’t actually long enough to eat; rather, they are large sized sandwiches that usually contain two to three pieces of bread. They are delicious, but are not something that you’d want to eat every day. A class action lawsuit has been brought against the Subway restaurant chain in federal court in New York over the use of this phrase in their advertising.
A class action lawsuit is usually brought about when someone gets sick or suffers some form of damage because of some type of negligence on the part of a company or person. This negligence can be in the form of not labeling the food items as foods with a healthy alternative on the label, as well as the use of words that indicate the food is unhealthy on the label. The Subway sandwiches are one example of this case. A customer would be unable to get benefits from eating Subway sandwiches if the phrase “Healthy” were to appear on the side of the sandwich.
Class action lawsuits usually include one plaintiff, who then takes a claim and tries to get a court to award her damages. If she cannot find the money to be able to do so, then she will attempt to get the company to pay her through the use of a settlement. In some cases, if a plaintiff wins a settlement, she is not required to pay the costs of her lawyer. A lawyer’s fees can add up to quite a bit of money, especially when they have to be paid out of your own pocket. The benefits of settling your case without a lawsuit, then, are the reduced amount you have to pay for the sandwiches and possibly any other losses.
As a word of caution, though, it is important to remember that a Subway sandwich is hardly a health risk. If a customer chooses to eat a Subway sandwich based on the advertisement or on the word of a lawyer, she should make sure that she is choosing a healthy food option. If she chooses to eat the sandwich on a hot day, she should eat it cold or eat it after she has had a light meal. Eating a cold sandwich may help her feel less hungry, and drinking water after the meal may also help her feel less hungry.