(Subway's "chicken" is 50% chicken, and Wendy's is 88%. The rest is non-meat additives)
Subway claimed that their chicken was
"100% white meat with seasonings, marinated and delivered to our stores as a finished, cooked product"
You'd think that they'd be prosecuted for fraud and other offenses, or at the very least sued.
How can they get away with it? Is this strictly a Canadian thing, or is this likely to happen in the US as well?
EDIT For those of you who've never been to Subway, you don't order a "chicken sandwich" there, you specify the ingredients, e.g. "chicken".
EDIT According to lab tests done by CBC, if you buy fish at a grocery store in Canada, there is a good chance that your fish will be mislabeled (wrong species or origin). The food expert in the video stated that this is caused by poor legislation that doesn't punish this kind of mislabeling.