For God's sake, it's BREAD. Why would there need to have been any weirdo chemicals within it?
Yeah, and I heard some big evil chains use SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE to make muffins! Mucking fuffins! Who needs chemicals for that? BAN SODIUM HYDROGEN CARBONATE AS A FOOD ADDITIVE. They use that shit as a FUCKING PESTICIDE
. Oh wait.
Yeah, no, imagine that, some of these things are a little more nuanced. The reason to be grossed out by Subway's bread isn't necessarily because it uses azodicarbonamide, but because it's an industrial-scale product made to be produced as cheapy as possible in a country where chemical safety concerns are more industry-driven than public health-driven. (The issue with asthma for workers handling powdered azodicarbonamide is another issue, though it's not like Subway's dropping azodicarbonamide will save any of the yoga mat makers from asthma.)