Subway Eat Fresh?
I'd just like to say that because Subway assembles the sandwich in front of you that it does not make it "fresh." You have no idea how long the meat, cheese, and veggies have been fermenting in the tray. Subway is in now way more fresh than any other chain sandwich/burger shop...in fact, I've seen several fast food burger joint kitchens that have little trays of ingredients that look exactly like Subways. Sure, sometimes if they just chopped veggies, I am sure what you get is fresh...but they don't chop veggies and slice meat for each individual sandwich. I'm just saying fresh assembly does not mean fresh ingredients. By this logic, I could have had lunch meat sitting in my refrigerator for 6 months and make you a sandwich and call if "Fresh." I did JUST make the sandwich, it wasn't under a heat lamp. Yes, it is an extreme example...but it illustrates my point. You don't know how long that meat has been sitting out in Subway's trays...but it could have been a while (and I know if I go in there at 9pm right before they close, it has been a while). I like Subway, even though I don't eat there (or any fast food place) often. I just don't like their claim to "fresh" because you really have no idea if the ingredients have been sitting there for 10 minutes or 4 hours...just like at any fast food location.