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Subway's 'mystery meat' and 'mushy and rotten vegetables' destroyed the 'Eat Fresh' advantage it spent years building

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Subway is facing declining sales and hundreds of store closures. The chain — which long promoted an "eat fresh" philosophy — has failed to keep up with American consumers' demands for local ingredients. Franchisees and workers said ...

Is Arby's "Meat Mountain" Worth Its $10 Price Tag?

Business & Finance : Fast Company

Arby's new $10 sandwich is stacked with every cold cut imaginable. We find out: Is it really a deal? Arby's is now offering a $10 "Meat Mountain" sandwich that includes every cold cut the fast food joint has to offer. Yes, it's gros...

You will take processed meat from my cold, dead hands

News : ComPost

Bad news. Eating processed meat, says the WHO (why are we taking health advice from a rock band anyway?) may cause an increased risk of cancer. Processed meat means hot dogs, sausage, the occasional ham, anything cured or smoked or ...

Is It Safe To Eat Deli Meat With A Metallic Sheen?

Humor / odd : Neatorama

Have you ever gotten a piece of roast beef that looked like it might be starting to go bad because it had an iridescent sheen on it that looked like something you'd see on the side of a fish? That metallic shine may have put you off...

Food Explainer: Why Is Some Deli Meat Iridescent?

Entertainment / Pop Culture : Slate: Brow Beat

A reader (who is clearly not alone) asks: What causes some sliced deli meats to possess an iridescent sheen? On occasion, a slice of ham or beef will exhibit the sort of rainbow spot one might see on an oil slick or the inside of a ...

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