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  • In the US, Subway uses azodicarbonamide in a number of their breads – but it does not use the chemical in its products sold elsewhere, like the UK, EU, or Australia.
  • Food blogger Vani Hari, known as Food Babe, launched a petition to remove azodicarbonamide from Subway sandwich bread earlier this month
  • Subway released a statement saying they are in the process of removing azodicarbonamide from its bread sold in US stores
  • Azodicarbonamide is used as a dough conditioner in commercial baking; it’s also used in yoga mats, shoe rubber, and other materials, like synthetic leather
  • There is concern that azodicarbonamide might cause chronic diseases including cancer and, possibly, asthma and allergies
  • Azodicarbonamide is only one chemical ingredient in Subway sandwiches; even after this is removed, many more will still remain

By Dr. Mercola

The sandwich chain Subway advertises itself as “the undisputed leader” in providing consumers with healthier meal options. Many have been thoroughly convinced that Subway’s sandwiches are, in fact, better for you than a burger and fries or another fast-food meal.

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