As you may have heard, Ireland has declared that the bread that is used in Subway sandwiches isn't really bread, because it has 10% sugar. Anything more than 2% sugar by weight is candy, I guess. Hard to conceive of a bread with that much sugar. When I look at the ingredient list for their bread, presumably ordered by content, sugar, or sugar-containing constituents are not really up-front. So what's the deal? I maybe have a Subway sandwich once a year, and never because of the bread. That being the case, it is nevertheless somewhat stunning how much sugar regular commercial breads contain.