Subway: Hacked Twitter account led to inappropriate retweets

Subway announced Thursday, June 4, 2015 it intends to remove all artificial flavors, colors and preservatives from its menu by 2017. Subway is the latest “big food” manufacturer to make a move toward purging artificial ingredients, including Taco Bell, McDonald’s, Kraft and Nestle. (Photo Credit: Subway)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Subway said the brand’s Twitter account was hacked Wednesday, leading to inappropriate comments being retweeted.

According to a Subway spokeswoman, Subway immediately suspended the account and re-established authenticity.

Retweets including comments with foul language and references to Jared Fogle.

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