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Vegan menu items at two of the ballparks
These plant-forward, vegetarian and vegan menu options are receiving
attention and recognition, with two ballparks
AT THE DIAMOND
- “32 Ingredient Salad” (
Rogers Centre) – Thirty two plant-based ingredients including Brusselssprouts, kale, green cabbage, romaine lettuce, carrots, butternut squash, red cabbage, white & red quinoa, sunflower & pomegranate seeds, orange juice, honey, apple cider vinegar, garlic and more (vegan, gluten free).
- Beyond Burger (
Minute Maid Park) – Plant-based Beyond Burger, served Caribbean-style, with black beans, avocado pineapple relish and Sriracha aioli (vegetarian).
- Beyond Sausage (
Kauffman Stadium) – 100% plant-based sausage served with sauerkraut (vegan, gluten free).
- Elote Topped Tots (
Coors Field) – Tater tots, street corn, zesty mayo, cotija cheese, cilantro, cayenne pepper and green chili queso (vegetarian).
- Marty’s V Burger (
Citi Field) – Dedicated vegan stand.
- Original – Beyond Burger with melted cheddar “cheese”, special sauce, pickles and lettuce.
- Beyond Bratwurst- Vegan bratwurst.
- Nourish (
Oakland Coliseum) – A portable concession stand dedicated to serving healthy fare, including build your own salads, rice or quinoa bowls.
- Questlove’s Cheesesteak™ (
Citizens Bank Park) – Founded by Questlove, the quintessential Philadelphiacheesesteak, made with Impossible 2.0 Meat™, white cheese sauce, signature pepper relish, served on a 9” Amoroso roll (vegetarian).
- Quinoa Blueberry Salad (
PNC Park) – Red quinoa, chopped hearts of palm, spinach, blueberries, cucumbers, carrots, sunflower seeds and balsamic dressing (vegetarian).
- Veggie Burger (
Fenway Park) – Handmade black bean patty with arugula, tomato, cucumber and truffle aioli. Served with a side of sweet potato fries (vegetarian).
Photos of these menu items can be downloaded here.
IN THE DINING HALL
While Aramark’s culinary team was developing new plant-forward menu options (dishes that center on foods including vegetables, whole grains, legumes and nuts) for ballparks, chefs in Aramark’s dining operations in Healthcare, Higher Education and Business Dining have also been busy.
In response to the growing demand for plant-forward menus, the company recently launched its first dedicated plant-forward dining concept, The Twisted Beet. Proof that eating healthy doesn’t have to be boring, The Twisted Beet’s plant-forward comfort food menu puts a healthy spin on dishes like meatball subs and mac and cheese, and emphasizes vegetables, fruits, whole grains and legumes, but still offers a proportionately small quantity of animal protein.
Photos of The Twisted Beet menu items can be downloaded here.
“As consumers continue to embrace plant forward eating, we’ve stepped up
to the plate and expanded our menu selections, in collaboration with
industry-leading partners, to ensure we’re providing choices that meet
individual lifestyle and dietary preferences,” said
Motivated by the company’s groundbreaking Healthy
for Life® 20 by 20 collaboration with the