You can now get your hands on cheesy vegan nachos at Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX!
Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers, has released a vegan ballpark nacho option in partnership with family-owned brand Credo Foods. The nachos sell for $10 and include tortilla chips topped with Credo Food’s cashew-based cheese sauce.
“We founded Credo in order to make a massive impact. We want to ‘re-introduce people to plants’ and to bring plant-based innovation to as many people as we can. We didn’t want to create a set of products that were artisanal and snooty, but really focus on accessibility and making vegan food for the average person. What better way than queso and nacho cheese?” Adam Salamon, co-founder of Credo Foods, told VegOut.
Prior to the launch at Globe Life Field, Credo Foods’s vegan queso was served at Circuit of the Americas, a racing track in Austin, TX. The company plans to return to the racing track this year and also aims to begin selling Credo Foods vegan queso in 500 stadiums across the country by 2025.
“Our goal is to replace nacho cheese at every stadium in America, so we look at the launch with the Rangers as just the beginning,” says Salamon.
Fans who attend games during this year’s baseball season can order the vegan ballpark nachos at Globe Life Field’s all-vegan cart, located in section 16. In addition to nachos, the stand offers fully vegan burgers, salad, corn dogs, wraps, and hot dogs, as well as snacks like a fruit cup and cookies. Guests with a sweet tooth can also order Oatly vegan oat milk soft serve, which is now available on the lower concourse level of the stadium at Going Going Green, and on the upper concourse level at Karbach Skyporch.
Those located outside of the Arlington area will also have the opportunity to try Credo Foods cashew queso, as the brand plans to begin selling at Sprouts Farmers Markets nationwide on May 10.
To find Credo Foods products at a store near you, visit CredoFoods.com.