Subway to remove chemical in bread found in yoga mats

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Subway restaurants will remove a chemical in their bread that’s also found in yoga mats.

The chemical is used to increase elasticity in other products like shoe rubber and synthetic leather.

A spokesperson for Subway says the chemical is approved by the USDA and the FDA for use in foods.

However, it’s banned in the UK, Europe and Australia.

A food blogger launched a campaign against Subway to remove the chemical from its bread.

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