7 Sandwich Chains With Most Food Quality Complaints

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1. Subway

Customers are moving to brighter pastures, especially given Subway's soiled reputation. When your name is connected with litigation and (supposedly) phoney tuna, popularity is limited.

2. Arby's

Arby's is noted for its roast beef and meal quality. The chain isn't antibiotic-free, rumours indicate the beef isn't 100% beef and the sauces are heavy of sugars.

3. Quizno's

Chasing a fading business like Quizno's feels like flogging a dead horse, but there's probably a valid reason why it went from thousands to a few stores in a few years.

4. Così

Cos is sinking quicker than the Titanic. The chain has 27 sites, down from 127.

5. Blimpie

When your brand name becomes a recurring joke in 30 Rock and The Devil Wears Prada, you know things are off track.

Blimpie has gone from 2,000 to 300 sites, a protracted and laborious decline. Sales have plummeted.

6. Au Bon Pain

Au Bon Pain, like Sbarro and Orange Julius, has experienced fewer sites since the mall food court's demise.

Despite being saved, the French-American bakery-cafe famed for its sandwiches has lots of problems. This business has both healthy coffee beverages and pricey sandwiches.

7. Portillo's

In the land of hot dogs, Portillo's might be a beloved gem in Chicago, but the sandwich-slinging chain has its fair share of detractors, too.

For every fan-favorite menu item, like hot dogs and chocolate cake, there's a customer complaint about diminishing food quality, poor service, dry bread, and awful food.

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