SUBWAY IS SUBPAR.
That's at least according to a lawsuit filed Thursday by two New Jersey residents who say that the company's footlong sandwiches fail to measure up - literally.
The New York Post reported Wednesday that the duo's attorney, Marlton-based Stephen DeNittis, tested 17 of the company's heralded hoagies and found that each one was less than a foot long. An earlier test conducted by Post reporters found that sandwiches purchased at Subway locations throughout New York City measured between 11 and 11 1/2inches.
"It would be like cereal company promising a net weight and giving less for the price," DeNittis said. "It doesn't sound like a big deal to every person, but it adds up at the bottom line."