When you eat a hot dog or a chicken nugget, you're basically signing an unspoken waiver saying you know that you're about to eat mystery meat. You know what type of animal your meat is from, just not what part of said animal. If you eat Subway's tuna, you may not even be getting fish...
Some California residents have filed a lawsuit, alleging that Subway's tuna isn't tuna, but "a mixture of various concoctions that do not constitute tuna, yet have been blended together by defendants to imitate the appearance of tuna."
The two who are suing say that they've had independent lab tests performed on various samples from different area Subways. Their attorneys won't say what the lab tests found in the samples, except that "the ingredients were not tuna and not fish."
One of Subway's bosses says the lawsuit is B.S., adding "Our restaurants receive pure tuna, mix it with mayonnaise and serve on a freshly made sandwich to our guests."