Skip to comments.Subway Is Strapping Brain Monitors On People To Promote Its New ‘Flatizza’ Menu Item
Posted on 03/10/2014 9:46:47 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Subway set up a big booth at the convention center in downtown Austin, right outside the hall where Wikileaks founder Julian Assange spoke via Skype on Saturday.
In it, Subway employees strapped brain monitors onto convention-goers and asked them to think about the Flatizza. The person who thought the hardest won some swag.
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I didn’t have a brain monitor on .by coincidentally, I was traveling yesterday and pulled into a Subway for lunch (my wife likes their salads). I had the Flatizza. hate the name, but it wasn’t bad.
I like the Subway salads, even without a brain monitor.
Moochelle would be proud of you.
Odd. I hate Subway.
I don’t eat at Subway anymore as I don’t like yoga mats and other rubberized products in my sammich.
Strapping brain monitors on people?
Obama and Eric Holder are VERY interested ....
Subway has lost me forever and Michael Phelps can KMA.
Oh, that. Azodicarbonamide in bread is used as a bleaching agent and to make the dough rise faster. In plastics, it creates bubbles by nitrogen decomposition; it’s not a component of the plastic itself but is called a “blowing agent”.
FTR, azodicarbonamide per US law can only go into bread at concentrations no higher than 45 parts per million.
HAH doubt it .the flatizza has carbs, and lots of cheese, and no doubt high fructose corn syrup in the sauce .
That pic shows where they got the brain monitor idea from.
Either way, I’m not eating at Subway because of it. Jimmy Johns doesn’t use it as best I know and their sub’s taste better and have better meat in them. Credit Subway for creating a new Jimmy John’s customer.
Ever since I read that Subway was collaborating with Michell Obama I have had no desire to enter their establishment[s] .
You know, all these great pizza joints out there and people have to resort to cardboard frozen pizza, Dominos, convenience store pizza and now this Subway pizza product.
Why not just get the real thing?
I was just throwing stuff out there related to the chemical. It’s synthesized from urea, interestingly enough.
how many other breads include rubber mat chemicals? how many breads now include sawdust? pizza makers include it now. particularly mom and pop stores.
Tons. There was a list on Business Insider the other day that listed 50 products using azodicarbonamide. But, Subway sticks out in my mind. (I never ate there anyway). I am sure I am getting my fair share of the chemical from other sources.
You’ve successfully ruined my lunch, and here I made my own sammich.
You didn’t happen to see azodicarbonamide listed on your bread ingredients, I hope?
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