John Farley and Charles Noah Pendrack filed court documents in New Jersey yesterday seeking a rebranding of Subway's signature sandwich.
"The case is about holding companies to deliver what they've promised," their attorney Stephen DeNittis told the Associated Press.
According to DeNittis, the suit was filed after footlong subs from 17 different shops were measured, and all proved to be smaller than advertised.
In a statement issued last Friday, Subway said the word "Footlong" should not be taken literally, as it is a trademark and "not intended to be a measurement of length."
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