Subway’s Oven-Roasted Chicken May Not Be What You Think It Is

Is grilled chicken from your favorite fast food restaurant what you think it is? Researchers in Canda tested the DNA in multiple products from Subway, McDonald’s and Wendy’s  and discovered that Subway’s oven-roasted chicken is only 53.6 percent chicken. Additionally, Subway’s sweet onion teriyaki strips are only 42.8 percent chicken. Most of the remaining DNA in the Subway items belongs to soy, according to test, which was conducted by Matt Harnden, a DNA researcher at Trent University’s Wildlife Forensic DNA Laboratory.Subway disputes the study’s findings, saying its chicken products “call for 1% or less of soy protein” but that they will “look into this” with its supplier to make sure the chicken is meeting its standards. (Business Insider