Food Babe Investigates: Is Subway Real Food?

This is a guest post from Vani Hari (a.k.a. The Food Babe) and New York Times Best Selling author. You can read more about her take on the food industry in her second book, Feeding You Lies!

Subway is the single largest chain restaurant in the world. That means you’ve probably eaten there at some point in your lifetime and if you are like me could possibly have 10 of these restaurants within a 1 mile radius of your house.

But is eating at America’s favorite fast food chain really eating real food?

Subway would certainly like you to think so. With their slogan “Eat Fresh,” marketing with avocados and a guy who lost hundreds of pounds eating their famous sub sandwiches, it’s easy to get duped.

You may also feel tricked when you see a little heart logo, indicating a menu item at Subway is “heart healthy.” Just last week it was announced that the American Heart Association (AHA) has endorsed several menu items at Subway and added the heart logo to indicate which ones.

At every Subway on the “sneeze guard” glass they display one version of their nutritional information – the infamous “6 grams of fat or less” menu. This menu includes calories, fat grams, and that new little heart logo, but doesn’t display anything about the ingredients.

Doubting that Subway or the AHA would actually ever create a real food information guide for you, I decided it was time to do this myself. Below are the “6 grams or less” menu items and critical real food information you should know about each choice.

Let’s take a closer look.

  • Subway definitely keeps it fresh and I figured out how. Every single one of their items on the “6 grams or less” menu has preservatives to keep it …well…fresh! Sure Subway makes your meal right in front of you, but what is really happening behind the scenes? Boxes of already cut up and prepackaged processed foods and chemical additives are being shipped from Big Food industry factories to each location.
  • The 9 grain wheat bread might look and smell freshly baked but it contains close to 50 ingredients including refined flours, dough conditioners, hidden MSG, refined sugars, etc. Could bread this processed ever be real food? Certainly not, when it includes a chemical ingredient called azodicarbonamide, which is banned as a food additive in the U.K., Europe, and Australia, and if you get caught using it in Singapore you can get up to 15 years in prison and be fined $450,000. Azodicarbonamide is more commonly used in the production of foamed plastics, however, it is allowed in the United States as a food additive, a flour bleaching agent, and a dough conditioner that improves elasticity of bread. The U.K. has recognized this ingredient as a potential cause of asthma if inhaled, and advises against its use in people who have sensitivity to food dye allergies and other common allergies in food, because azodicarbonamide can exacerbate the symptoms. Let’s not forget it only takes 4 or 5 simple ingredients to make REAL whole-wheat bread including flour, yeast, salt, water, and maybe honey.
  • Three sandwiches on this menu, along with several other menu items not listed, are comprised of processed meats and filled with nitrates and forms of MSG. The consumption of nitrates need to be taken very seriously. Nitrates are frequently converted into nitrosamines, which have been proven to increase the risk of disease dramatically. The latest research from World Cancer Research Fund declared that “processed meat is too dangerous for human consumption.” Studies have shown it may only take 1.8 ounces of processed meat (about half of what is in a typical 6 inch sub) daily to increase the likelihood of cancer by 50%heart disease by 42% and diabetes by 19%. I still know people who eat Subway for lunch everyday, but I’m glad I don’t know anyone on the actual Subway Diet. Sheesh. I can’t imagine what their percentage would be, could you?
  • Can you believe the American Heart Association is now putting their seal of approval behind these processed meat based Subway menu items? WOW. After all these studies that show an increase in heart disease? Is this a joke? Even the processed turkey meat that seems harmless because it doesn’t contain nitrates is full of preservatives, chemical flavorings, and carrageenan. I wrote about carrageenan last month after the Cornucopia Institute revealed a study that once the food grade version of carrageenan is ingested it turns into a carcinogen in your digestive system.
  • Preservatives and even artificial colors are added to many of their “fresh” vegetable offerings – like the banana peppers and pickles. The ingredients for the black olives unveiled a new additive I learned about, “ferrous gluconate,” which is an iron based preservative that helps keep olives black.
  • While the “6 grams or less” menu says the totals don’t include cheese or salad dressings, it is important to know that some of the cheeses offered at subway also have artificial colors, preservatives, and even cellulose that’s made from wood pulp.
  • Two of the healthiest sounding salad dressings were actually the worst based on my analysis. Fat free honey mustard and the red vinaigrette both have corn syrup, artificial colors, preservatives, and other chemical additives.

To top it off, the majority of foods at Subway have been conventionally sourced and probably include pesticides, antibiotics, and/or growth hormones. In my research, I didn’t find one single organic ingredient or menu item available at over 36,000 stores. Even the lemon juice comes in a pre-packaged squirt pack filled with preservatives. Because of this I haven’t consciously ever considered going to a Subway in the last 7 years.

Last weekend, I broke this streak and went into a Subway in search of real food. I have to admit the thought of going into a Subway and ordering off the menu was a little bit daunting, but I decided this was the best way to get the answers to my questions, like whether or not their avocado was really fresh or not.

Could it be possible for me to order something and actually take a bite without squirming? Going against my Eat With Your Dollars philosophy and purchasing something from the “bad guys” went against every bone in my body. But I did it.

Watch it all unfold in the video below. Everything at Subway may not be “fresh” but if you are ever stuck on a deserted island and this was the only place you could eat… now you know what to order.

Special thanks to Nicole Galuski for filming

P.S. You can check out my favorite “fast food” sandwich I am eating now and how to get it here.

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505 thoughts on “Food Babe Investigates: Is Subway Real Food?”

  1. “Fat free honey mustard and the red vinaigrette both have corn syrup …”

    Wow, so the sweet dressings have a source of sugar in them. Now there’s a surprise.

    “In my research, I didn’t find one single organic ingredient or menu item available …”

    So? Subway makes no claim to provide so-called “organic” food (in fact all their food is over 95% organic; probably the only inorganic ingredients are salt and a few trace additives).

    “Organic” agriculture is the ultimate self-indulgent demand of the wealthy. It is no better for people in any proven way than modern agriculture, yet is completely unsustainable. We could not possibly feed ourselves on “organic” food; people would starve.

    1. I think you may need to do some research on the subject before you make statemented like that from a placed of un-awareness.
      Particularly doing some practical research like eating an organic, fresh and un-processed diet and feeling for yourself if there is a difference.
      Organic is just normal, it is growing food without chemicals in the Fertilizers and Poisonous bug sprays on the food themselves that you then ingest and they can not be genetically modified(which is also not good for your health). All of these additives, poisons and gene manipulation in non organic food is what is un-sustainable.
      WHY would you want to sustain a way of growing and producing food that is negatively effecting our health(look around you, the increase of disease and general sickness is prevalent), its feeding countless amounts of chemicals into the soil, the earth and atmosphere. If you wouldn’t eat rat poison then why do you eat food that is effectively sprayed with poison, chemicals and then processed with artificial colours and flavorings
      It un-natural, where in nature can you find these things?
      you can’t. So for me, organic is like a breath of fresh air.
      In a world that is time orientated, rushing, full of overly processed chemicals disguising itself as food..getting back to the natural process of things is essential.
      It doesn’t take a genius to realize a lot of what subway is selling isn’t very natural, fresh and healthy..grated carrot never looks like that when you grate it fresh, cheese? cheese isn’t yellow orange and plastic looking.
      At the end of the day you have the freedom to choose, i choose to grow my own organic fruits and vegetables.
      You may choose to buy subway.

    2. @Doubting Rich,

      I used to think like you. Then I got MS at 30 years of age. Instead of taking the drugs (that don’t work and only produce more harmful side effects), I did some research. Guess what? It lead me to good nutrition, which works for me (and everyone else I know with an auto-immune condition). Auto-immune conditions (which are all ‘incurable’ and ‘chronic’ according to your M.D.) are on the rise. 1 in 10 people in America now. And what people like you believe is that folks should continue eating like crap and taking their medications, prescribed to them by doctors who were trained with curricula developed by the very people peddling the drugs and chemicals (and in some cases are the same people serving the adulterated, nutrition-less, [dare I say “poisoned”] food).

      Other countries that have more responsible agricultural practices have far less rates of ‘incurable’ diseases. They may spend more money on food, but they spend far less on medical. If you account for America’s health issues and what we spend to prop ourselves up with pills, plus what our ‘cheap’ food costs, and it actually is far more expensive.

      The idea that organic foods is the ‘ultimate self-indulgent demand of the wealthy’ is stunningly ignorant. Perhaps some people ARE annoying, Whole Foods-shopping, expensive-water-buying snobs and do it only to seem impressive–sure. But that is not the majority. I am the majority, and I do what I have to do to stay healthy.

      By the by, most “poor” countries demand organic farming as well, and they would never dream of doing some of the things we do to food in America. They laugh at us, in fact, because they know the consequences of our agriculture practices just as a matter of common sense.

      1. @ Chris
        Well said! I am slowly switching to not only all organic but also minimally processed food in hopes that I can prevent any serious diseases. It is really sad how many people in the US would rather continue eating the way they do and just try to ‘fix’ it all with prescription medicine.

    3. Wow, sounds like you work for Monsanto!! Where did you come up with this fantasy that people would starve if everyone ate organic food?

  2. I am almost done with My complete GMO and chemical ban in my foods. I also boycott the companies that fought Prop 37 in California. I am a label reader, but I do make mistakes occasionally. One of them may have been stopping at subway once in a blue moon. I will NOT be making that mistake. Thank you.

    And for all the people writing negativity all over the place where people are trying to eat pure. It’s just not necessary. I would not telling you how to eat. At all. Ever. I certainly would never attack you. We are all just doing the best we can, every day, in a million ways. Both sides of any issue. We are just part of the human family. We don’t need another issue to divide us.

    1. morality? What kind of morals are included in eating crappy food? Lol she was stating jus whats in that junk, not saying your a terrible baby killer for eating it

  3. You must be totally naive to ever set foot in a fast food chain place. There is no way mass produced and en masse transported food can be produced without a vast amount of cancer causing chemicals.
    No mass monoculture food can be grown without chemicals. Chemicals are POISON, every label on a poison container will tell you that, the same should be stated on all manufactured food labels.
    Factory “food” is POISON, cancer producing POISON. How much do you need to wake up. POISON is good for robots, not for people, not for animals, not good for dumping back in the soil. You want convenience? OK, go for it, until you get your doctor’s bills and you find the “good life” is abruptly interrupted, over, and history.
    The warnings have been written on the walls for decades. If you’re happy to live on poison, consider that you’re contributing to an entire environment destruction industry from A to Z, you’re actually paying for the death of this Planet, and the slavery industry providing you the comforts of not ever having to prepare your own meal, let alone grow it. Wake up, you’re being lied to by the entire manufactured poisoned food distributing industry, including its pharmaceutical associates who would be out of existence if it wasn’t for you, the naive consumer.

  4. Do you have any scientific evidence to back up anything you’re saying or are you just spreading more myth and rumors? One of the biggest contributors to health complications is being over weight. Not so much the food quality. According to webmd, all those “health related” issues are greatly influenced by weight related issues. If you’re at a healthy weight and eat subway, you’re better off then being over weight and eating subway. Subway isn’t the issue, it’s the weight.Majoring in biochemistry i do know of the ferrous compound you mentioned. I guess we should all stay away from iron correct?

    1. You claim to be majoring in biochemistry, but state that food quality is not much of a contributor to “health complications”? I’m guessing that by “health complications” you mean disease. First of all, I question your educational background due to your source of information being WebMD. That’s a bit weak. Secondly, if you haven’t noticed, as a whole, our society is sick. You don’t find a lot of healthy people walking around. Maybe the thought that we are ingesting things that are really not meant to be put into our bodies could be a contributing factor. Obesity is definitely a problem, but that is not the only issue regarding health problems. If you want to pretend that eating chemicals, preservatives, GMOs… is safe or healthy, that’s your option to live in a fantasy world. Here’s a study for you from the Journal of Food and Chemical Toxicology – Subway may be the lesser of many evils, but it’s not healthy.

  5. Let’s face it, the main problem with diet in the U.S. is that there are TOO many people who are overweight and not just by a little. Have you looked at the ingredients at the whole wheat bread you buy? If you want fresh baked bread you’d better eat it all within two days or it will taste stale. Finding sandwishes that are low fat in the U.S. aren’t easy. I like McD’s too, but the only thing that isn’t high fat is the grilled chicken if you leave off the mayo. At Subways I can eat a 12 inch sub with low fat on wheat for cheaper and with way lower fat and calories than anything I can find at McD’s or any other fast food place. If you don’t want preservatives, then have the veggie on wheat as it’s hard to put preservatives INTO sliced tomatoes, lettuce,green peppers, etc.

    The woman who wrote this article is obviously a vegan who thinks that everything she normally eats is wholesome and fresh. Also that any foods that have been modified are ‘Frankenfood’. If she went to Whole Foods and ate what they served and looked up what’s in it, she’d find out that it’s not so pure. WHole Foods has a profit margin of 5% as compared to most supermarkets of at most 2%. Do you think they are making that profit by giving away fresh food?

    If you want to eat out and stay thin, eat at Subways. I told my nutrietionist (I’m 10 lbs overweight) that I eat their low fat subs and she was happy with it and she’s a stickler for healthy food.

  6. Agree with Kristen..

    Look these are facts about subways food & ingredients, take it or leave it! yes im sure alot of you do like subway and eat it regularly and yes it is probably healthier than most other fast food but that doesn’t mean its healthy!!! The information is out there if you choose to act upon it is your choice? personally i think it is a huge challenge to find any “real” food that hasn’t been adapted or chemically altered in some way! but the more we know the better educated our decisions and choices can be PERIOD.

  7. …Its like the heart association supporting diet coke. Diet coke is in no way good for you. Where that little red dress to your funeral if you believe diet coke is doing something good for your heart.

  8. The point of this article was to prove that everything at Subway is packed with preservatives which are chemicals, and not meant to be ingested into the body. When she references “organic” and “real” she means without preservatives and chemicals. All of the food at Subway is processed.

    I agree with you in that I have never had any adverse reactions to eating food from Subway, but that does not mean that what they serve is appropriate for being consumed.

    Do all of these chemical terms really not effect some of your opinions?

  9. Yes, Subway’s ingredients include items we don’t pile on our plates at home. However, these preservatives have never been shown to cause cancer or any other disease. Furthermore, everyone needs a little salt. If you cut salt entirely, you inhibit the body’s ability to stay hydrated.

  10. I tried Subway once or twice, back in the 80-90’s. Never went back when I saw how they made their sandwiches so skimpy, and yet charged prices like it was the biggest sub in the world. On those two occasions, I sensed that the sandwiches “tasted funny.” Now I make my own “roll-ups” with deli meats from a trusted grocer. If I do need to eat-out at a fast-food chain, it’s either Wendy’s, Taco Bell for their good-tasty “soft taco supremes.” or go to a well-known local sub shop.

  11. Where does the question ‘Is Subway real food’ come from? The food is not handled in a way natural food is handled, the food is not live nor fresh looking, so is there anything indicating that the food supplied to you by Subway could be natural? NO! Guys, do not allow to be fooled!

  12. I eat at Subway at lot while traveling as there are so few other choices open to me. At home I am able to get practically all organic vegetables and vegetarian protein sources that are non-GMO (at least), but on the road, about all that i have time for is Subway. Being a vegetarian and also on a very low-fat diet makes Subway – outside of fasting – about the only viable option! :(

    It doesn’t surprise me that Subway has preservatives, nor that GMOs are possibly in the flour or in the dressing. I would think that high-fructose corn syrup is in most (or all) of the dressings . . . but hey, for me it is nice to eat here despite that! Would I prefer an all organic alternative! Yes – a million times more! [Oh Krishna, please bring us more organic, low-fat, vegetarian alternatives! :) ]

    Jason’s Deli is possibly one option I need to look into again. They often have a few items that are organic — at least when I last ate there (before my low-fat regimen began). But there just are not anywhere as many Jason’s Delis around!

  13. I used to eat at Subway, never got sick but I switched to getting sandwiches from the Publix Deli. No comparison.


    1. Scott, You don’t know anything about Organic standards. There ARE Organic standards, and lots of them !

  15. Robert Binghamton

    The “fresh” bread issue.I’me getting the impression that using frozen dough and baking it is not the same as fresh bread. So FRESH bread should be made from scratch. Good, now go fine fresh ground flour, fresh yeast, fresh spring water, and start baking. But make sure none of this stuff was purchased because ALL of that stuff has been altered to some degree.

    1. There are at leat 230 places in the US where you can buy just that bread…Great Harvest Bread Co. In each family-owned bakery we actually mill the wheat that we get by the bushel from Family Farms in Montana. Then we use 5 ingredients: Whole Wheat Flour, Honey, Water, Yeast, and Salt. It is baked fresh every day on location. There are a few folks out there working hard to “keep it real” for those who don’t have time to bake for themselves. You can taste, see & smell the difference.

  16. I have eaten at subway on many accasions and never once have I gotten ill. Where I work, We have Office meeting on friday’s.
    Our menu is usually their Office size lenth subs, which we enjoy. Geraldine (CORE) Holly Hill

  17. Look into the American Heart Association and what they really endorse. They market heart healthy in processed foods as opposed to “real food.” Such as, helping in the foundation of margarine and other chemically processed foods. What is wrong with real butter? Everything according to the AHA. I avoid foods that they endorse. People also need to educate themselves on what they are puttin ginto their bodies for themselves, if they did there woul dbe a huge food reform in this country. I am a farmer, and am all for farming reform. There needs to be less chemicals in what we eat. The EPA regulates many seeds in the farming industry not the USDA. That is scary.

  18. I am so surprised at all of those who believe these claims about Subway. I agree with John. Those with problems should be seeing your doctor. You got lots more wrong with you than what Subway could have caused. I have eaten at Subway at least once a week for at least 10 years. Sometimes as many as 4 times a week. I understand that some of the stores may have cleanliness issues that could cause diarrhea or other digestive problems, but that is not the casein the majority of stores. I have eaten at them in almost every state in the country and in a few stores in Canada. I feel so much better eating there than at a greasy hamburger joint. I have never felt sick or had any adverse symptoms. One of the criticisms on this article is that the writer couldn’t find one single “organic” item on the menu. I didn’t know that Subway claimed to serve organic. If that is what you want then of course you won’t go to Subway but it should not be seen as some sort of Subway Conspiracy that they not offer “organic” Another criticism is the preservatives in their food. Almost everything has preservatives. Some are good and some are not. Imagining our lives without some sort of preservatives, I see rotten food, food-born illnesses,etc. If people want to truly avoid preservatives and want to only eat organic, they’d better only eat things that they have grown from heirloom seeds,fertilized by cow manure and using a scarecrow to keep the the critters at bay. We cannot feed the masses that way. I love Subway and before I retired, I was kind of the joke at the office when lunch choices were presented. Everyone knew I would be wanting to go to Subway.

  19. I think some of the posters here should visit their doctors very soon. I don’t eat at Subway often, 2-3 times a year max, but this is going back 20 years and in that time I’ve never once had any stomach or digestive trouble. If you’re having such severe reactions there’s something wrong with you.

  20. At the word real is defined as :
    …’being an actual thing; having objective existence; not imaginary.’

    I believe the word you’re looking for is ‘wholesome’ which means “conducive to bodily health; healthful; salubrious’.

    If you can’t use the proper words, your point gets confused.

  21. Thanks food babe! Since long time ago, I noticed the effects in my body after eating something from subway;such as stomach burns, nauceas, etc. And well I knew they were hiding bad ingredients!! Thanks for the article!!

  22. I ate at Subway twice and each time I got severe diarrhea. The first time I thought it was from some medicine I took. The second time, I only had hot tea and 3 Premium saltine crackers before I ate their sandwich. I had diarrhea for 2 days eve with taking Imodium. I think its a combination of the chemicals in their food and bacteria on the preparation station. A family member also got violently ill after eating one of their sandwiches. No wonder Jared lost weight, it was probably from the chronic diarrhea he had after each meal there. I tell all my family and friends not to eat there.

  23. All I know is every time I eat there I get diarreah …I mknow this becuase I don’t eat there regularly,but have done so off and on over the past few years and every single time it happens! When I found out they ship their food I started to understand why. Never again

  24. Thanks so much for this segment on Subway. When I’m out in the burbs where we live & I’m so hungry & desperate, always thought Subway was at least better than McD’s, etc. now I know better, but the salad options makes sense.
    I was distressed, I admit, that you took a plastic bag from the sever–you were eating right there, so it was certainly not needed, & I know we all know how bad plastic bags are, so it just doesn’t connect for me–paying attention to bad food, but not paying attention to bad plastic.

  25. The practice of living through fear and basing personal decisions off of some random opinion permeates itself throughout this editorial and the following comments. Borderline amusing even the opinions of the author about food consumption in general. Probably getting more harmful additives in your system by just standing there breathing air while whining about frozen avocados and processed meat substances and touching the change you receive at the end of the entire process.

  26. when the heart association back it up with their approval its confusing and FASLE! My boyfriend and i eat here thinking it was a better option! And its not, i guess we can never eat out again….FB what do you think about Burgerfi? they just opened one here in san Antonio tx. its beef is grass fed but that doesnt mean anything, its hard for me to decide since the ingredients aren’t listed yet.

    1. Wake up already. How confusing can it be? Something WITH the HA’s seal of approval IS healthier than something withOUT it! It’s a comparative thing.

      Maybe you should really play it safe with that new Burgerfi joint. Skip the beef and just eat the grass yourself.

  27. Maybe Food Babe should start talking about how much food costs and who has the money to spend on it. subway offers really affordable food and for folks with very little food spending dollars, they offer food that is relatively healthful and provides a decent amount of calories to sustain working folks and kids. if someone is choose b/w mcdonald’s (tons of empty heart-killing calories) v. subway (lots more whole food calories) i hope they pick subway every time. we should be talking about how to get affordable whole foods to everyone. there aren’t a lot of people that can afford to only eat locally-sourced, organically food. the discussion needs on crappy cheap food and the complicated problems of food deserts. this whole post comes off as disgustingly oblivious.

    1. Maybe you should start a community garden and help to feed them something healthy, or start your own blog about feeding the poor fast food. Seriously, if you are that concerned with feeding the poor fast food then you’re reading the wrong site.

      1. And if you’re that oblivious to how many of the poverty-level folks in America are barely eking out an existence right now solely relying on fast food outlets like Subway, you’re posting to the wrong site.

      2. ummm fast food, at teh end of the day, is WAY more expensive than going to the store and buying your own lunch meats – you can get a pack of deli meats for the same price as some of the food options at Subway – what it comes down to is LAZINESS.

      3. Spending time HARD AT WORK, earning WAGES to pay the bills instead of leaving work early to have time for “going to the store and buying your own lunch meats” is anything but LAZINESS.

        Some of the poor are WORKING poor, and have to work far more than 40 hours a week (often 2 or 3 part-time jobs that add up to lots more than 40 hours a week) to get by. If there’s a fast food outlet at or near work, getting lunch there may cost one less in lost wages than spending extra time away from the job to do more comparison shopping at farmer’s markets and cook homemade lunches at home costs.

  28. you can get the vinegar on the salad…that’s what I do…just veggies and vinegar…but I rarely go there anyway. :)

    The bowl and fork probably have BPA in them too. LOL!

  29. I suffer from migraines, & I mean suffer! Sometimes I can exceed 20 in a month. I have done my best to eliminate MSG, nitrates & nitrites, alcohol, etc., as well as many other triggers. If MSG is hidden & I am that sensitive, I have to say your research is much appreciated. I can’t say I won’t ever HAVE to eat @ subway or chick-fil-a again, but the info sure explains why I may be continuing to get migraines so frequently.

  30. I walked by a Subway last night and avoided it due to this article and picked up my own ingredients from Whole Foods to make myself a sandwich at home. Could you share with us your thoughts on Boars Head deli meat?

  31. Subway is actually owned by McDonalds. It’s called McSub. I had a boyfriend who worked there through college and when he told me I was shocked.-

  32. ferrous gluconate is an iron salt you get in supplements, it’s also used IV as an iron supplement, hardly dangerous unless you OD on it.

  33. I bought dinner there this week for my entire family. My daughter wanted some avocado on any sandwich. So while they were making it I asked about how they get the avocado and was told it comes frozen in packets! I don’t want to buy this food but sometimes it gets late and there’s a hungry family waiting at home. What do you do at times like that?

  34. Im just wondering were all your work cited is? Or are you a chemist? So what im wondering is,how do you know? You have wikipedia as a link. That is a very shoddy claim that Azodicarbonamide may cause asthma. This is from your link that you posted. “A number of reports have been published of individual azodicarbonamide workers alleging asthma induced by exposure to
    azodicarbonamide. The strongest evidence comes from a study of two
    individuals (one atopic and one non-atopic) who worked at the same
    plastics factory for about 4 years (Malo et al., 1985; Pineau et al.
    1985). These people work at a plastic factory where they inhale this not eat it. I dont know, sounds to me you just thought of something added some of your own opinions and called it a fact.

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