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post #31 of 33

Frankly, the smell over over-greasy pizza emanating from subway franchises locally has always put me off sampling their wares!

 

We have an excess of excellent sandwich places in the UK, particularly in Edinburgh.  Why on EARTH would sensible people want to buy crappy foodstuffs from chains like Subway? We have our own chains like Greggs which are extremely popular (although I wouldn't eat their stuff, either!)

post #32 of 33

One thing I noticed when we were in Chicago a few weeks ago was the constant presence of Subway, 7Eleven and McDonald's in the loop area where we were staying.  Here in Canada we do have Mc Donald's all over but Subways and 7elevens seem to be a little less common. 

 

I've never noticed the over greasy pizza smell from a subway just the mix of a bunch of different breads baking at the same time in the same oven..

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post #33 of 33
The problem I have with this is it will have a knock on effect what happens when you go into a fancy restaurant an order something with pork or even alcohol like a nice red but they don't serve as it might offend there Muslim customers who don't eat Pork or use anything with alcohol in?
What happens to say M&S or Tesco's that sell pork products in the meat sections.
I know the Jewish faith don't eat Pork either but the still use these places.
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