There's something about Subway bread that's always so addicting. I always chalked it up to extreme hunger every time I order from the fast-food sandwich chain. Turns out that there's something in the bread.
CBS News reports that a recent ruling by the Ireland Supreme Court deemed that Subway bread isn't technically bread at all.
A tax dispute from an Irish Subway franchisee, Bookfinders Ltd., brought forth this decision after they argued that items such as teas, coffees, and heated sandwiches should not be subjected to value-added tax.
The appeal was rejected earlier this week by a panel of judges and ruled that the bread at Subway had way too much sugar to be considered a "staple food." Staple foods are typically not taxed.
To be considered "bread," the sugar content in the flour cannot exceed 2%. Subway's contained 10%.
Maybe that's why I find their bread so delicious.