Sam’s Club Now Carries Field Roast Vegan Mini Corn Dogs
This marks the first time that Field Roast products will be sold at Sam’s Club.
The vegan revolution continues! Popular faux-meat brand Field Roast has expanded its market and for the first time, the brand’s Plant-Based Mini Corn Dogs are available at more than 300 Sam’s Club locations nationwide.
Field Roast at Sam’s Club
This expansion into Sam’s Club is the first release into the major retailer for Field Roast, whose popular plant-based meat products have been paving the way in the vegan movement for years.
Currently, the vegan mini corn dogs can be found at grocery stores like Vons, Albertsons, and Target in 10oz bags. But now you can also find them at Sam’s Club in 30oz bags—perfect for a holiday party, Sunday football, or as a personal stash in your freezer for late-night munchies.
The plant-based mini corn dogs are made with Field Roast’s Classic Smoked Frankfurters and coated with a cornbread batter. The dogs contain 8g of protein per serving and can be enjoyed by cooking them in the oven or microwave.
Field Roast Is One of the Original Vegan Meat Companies
Field Roast is one of the original vegan meat companies in the game and will be celebrating their 25-year anniversary next year. Their products have largely consisted of vegan sausages, loaves, and deli slices, with new products like nuggets, buffalo wings, and pepperoni being released over the last number of years.
Under the name Chao Creamery, they have released a variety of vegan cheese products, including shreds, slices, and mac ‘n’ cheese in unique flavors like Tomato Cayenne and Garden Herb.
And if you’re still not sure what to have for your holiday dinner this year, check out their holiday roasts, which come in two flavors: Sage & Garlic and Hazelnut & Cranberry.
Visit FieldRoast.com to browse the full selection of products, find the closest store near you carrying the brand, or place an online order through various retail partners.
Cayla is an event planner, copywriter, catering manager, and vegan foodie. If she’s not working, she’s probably catching one of her favorite composers in concert, riding her bike to the movies, watching a gorgeous sunset at the bluff in Long Beach, or convincing her girlfriend to go out to eat at another vegan restaurant … again.
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