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The international sandwich chain Subway is the Canadian broadcaster CBC following a report that the fast food giant's chicken only half chicken. The CBC on one of its shows that Subway's oven roasted chicken only 53.6 per cent chicken, and that its chicken strips just 42.8 per cent chicken. The show the rest was a soy filler. The researchers that competing chains had considerably higher levels of meat in their chicken-based products. Subway : "We have a Notice of Action…against the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation that asks for $210 million in damages over allegations…that are defamatory and absolutely false."

Subway said it has several attempts to the claims of CBC. It said: "Despite our efforts to the facts with the CBC about the high quality of our chicken and to our strong objections to their inaccurate claims, they have not issued a retraction, as we ." It added: "We do not know how they produced such unreliable and factually incorrect data….Producing high quality food for our customers our highest priority." A CBC spokeswoman said the corporation was behind its investigation, its story and its reporters. She said: "We our journalism to sound and there is no evidence that we've that would lead us to change our position."

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