Subway To Start Tessellating Cheese July 1?
As the image shows, and anyone who has gotten a Subway sandwich knows, most Subways layer their isosceles-cut cheese in an overlapping fashion. This means one side of the sandwich gets more cheese than the other and leaves pockets of zero cheese, resulting in a uneven flavor and texture distribution. As the newsletter says, "This will improve the cheese coverage on the sandwiches."
We don't know if this picture is real, although that would be a pretty weirdly specific and not very damning thing to hoax, and have reached out to Subway for comment