Fast-food chain Subway is pecking back at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) for a report that alleged its chicken is largely made up of soybean filler.

In comparison, the tests found that chicken men in a Wendy’s sandwich was made up of 88.5% poultry. A chicken wrap from Tim Horton’s was found to have 86.5% poultry according to the university's study. The report also said that s

However, the sandwich chain pointed to a separate study that appeared to contradict CBC's findings. According to Subway,

"Test results from laboratories in Canada and the US clearly show that the Canadian chicken products tested had only trace amounts of soy, contradicting the accusations made during the broadcast of ‘CBC Marketplace,'" Subway said in its statement.