Arby's Is Being Sued Over the Quality Of Its Meat
You expect a roast beef sandwich at Arby's. That sandwich may not be as stunning as you expected.
One customer is suing the fast-food business for not providing a tasty meal.
Joseph Alongis says he bought Double Beef 'N Cheddar and Smokehouse Brisket sandwiches after seeing a menu board photograph.
Alongis received half the flesh he expected based on the depiction. Top Class Actions reports that he filed a class action lawsuit in New York
The lawsuit claims that Arby's ads are "violations of the New York Deceptive Acts and Practices Act, breach of contract, and unjust
enrichment" because the brand apparently places meat in the sandwich and uses props to make it appear that customers will
receive more. Alongis claims that he would have spent less if he had known how much meat the sandwich included.
The lawsuit also targets Arby's sandwich meat quality. Despite ads promising rare roast meat, Alongis says customers don't get it.
Alongis "filed the Arby's class action lawsuit on behalf of himself and others who purchased an Arby's Classic Roast Beef, Double Roast Beef,
Half Pound Roast Beef, Classic Beef 'N Cheddar, Double Beef 'N Cheddar, and/or Smokehouse Brisket menu item from an Arby's restaurant
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