Subway: Poor

Fast food isn’t worth the needless suffering of billions of chickens

The Pecking Order grades fast food giants against three criteria for chicken welfare.

Here’s how Subway stacks up:

Policies

Fair: Subway has made robust commitments to improve chicken welfare in the US but not in any other countries.

Targets

Fair: Subway has robust timebound targets, but only for the US.

Reporting

Failing: Subway does not report on its progress towards better chicken welfare.

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Fast food is failing

Our comprehensive report has revealed the shocking lack of commitment or care by these billion-dollar fast food companies. The ruthless exploitation of chickens for profit is unacceptable

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