In a last minute decision, Subway decided they wanted the whole enchilada -- and took a bite out of Super Bowl advertising by buying a 30-second spot, appropriately named, "Crunch Time" to promote its newest product, the Fritos Chicken Enchilada.
Amrutlal Patel and Dakshaben Patel, Subway owners in Lexington, Kentucky, were indicted by the federal grand jury for knowingly harboring undocumented Indian nationals employed in their restaurants. The married couple was charged last month with four counts of harboring undocumented immigrants. In similar news, a Latino man by the name of Jose Gallegos was found guilty of transporting and harboring an undocumented immigrant earlier this month.
McDonald's, Subway, Wendy's, Burger King, KFC, Checkers, Taco Bell, Starbucks and companies just like these are guilty of profiting off of black and Hispanic youth, nay, children, putting them at high risk of diabetes, obesity and other related diseases. Fast Food FACT 2013, issued by the Yale Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity, has released a new report that addresses fast food restaurants, the quality of that food, and the way that the food and beverages are marketed toward minority children and teenagers.