Yes, You Can Now Get a Vegan Dodger Dog!
Whether you’re in the “hot dogs are sandwiches” camp or believe they’re an item all their own, here’s some news we can all get behind!
As sporting events find a new normal, and baseball season is in full swing, anxious fans are filling stands and filling their bellies with all the best summertime stadium offerings. From the dugout to the bleachers lining the field, a new vegan Dodger Dog is a grand slam for plant-based foodies. Field Roast just entered into a multi-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers to feature its new Signature Stadium Dog, and it’s set to be the official Plant-Based Dodger Dog at the stadium.
“Our fans are increasingly looking for high-quality and delicious plant-based options, and we are excited to add Field Roast’s products to our enhanced Dodger Stadium concession lineup,” said Corey Norkin, Dodger Vice President, Global Partnerships.
This Vegan Hot Dog Has the Same Amount of Protein as Most Traditional Hot Dogs
Field Roast’s Signature Stadium Dog has been on the market and available in stores for the past few months and is the first hot dog substitute in North America made from pea protein. Built for the ballpark, the hot dog has a double smoked maple flavor and packs the same amount of protein as most traditional hot dogs.
“The Dodger Dog is one of the most iconic hot dogs in America, so we’re excited to offer a plant-based version that’s just as crave-worthy,” said Dan Curtain, President of Field Roast’s parent company, Greenleaf Foods. “Field Road is proud to partner with the Dodger organization to bring the Signature Stadium Dog to Dodger Nation, and we know that it will quickly amass its own league of loyal fans.”
Field Roast Stadium Dogs Are Available Nationwide
Available now at each home game, loyal Dodgers fans, and even those, dare we say, rooting for the visiting team, are welcome to grab the new vegan Dodger Dog and top with all of the usual fixings across select concession stands and suites at the stadium. But don’t fret if you’re not heading into the stadium anytime soon. The Field Roast Signature Stadium Dogs are available nationwide in packs of six at nearly every major retailer. For more information on the new dogs, follow Field Roast on Instagram (@FieldRoast) or head to a Dodgers game this summer!
Melissa has been vegan since 2017 and is a self-proclaimed pizza and doughnut enthusiast. A public relations executive by day—when she’s not scouring New York City and beyond for the next great vegan food and beauty finds—she donates her time to supporting animal rescues, traveling, and spoiling her cat, Waffles.
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