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MLB (and Minor League) Plant-Based Options Making News

Baseball season is here, and concession companies and ballparks are touting their vegan options for 2018. You’ll be able to check all MLB parks’ vegan menu listings on our venue guide. Meanwhile, here are some updates and media mentions we thought…

How the Plant Kingdom is Reigning Menus

Guest post by Kristie Middleton. Kristie Middleton is the Senior Director of Food Policy for the Humane Society of the United States and the author of MeatLess: Transform the Way You Eat and Live—One Meal at a Time. Photo by Michelle…

Ahoy, Matey’s: Get Your Tickets for Vegan Night at PNC Park!

Pirates can’t live on rum alone—or even popcorn, peanuts, and Cracker Jack’s. Fortunately, the Pittsburgh Pirates, along with Meatless Monday Pittsburgh, are hosting a Vegan Night with special picnic fare before the Pirates vs. Orioles game on September 26. 

A Fan who made the #1 Difference

PETA has just announced their top ten vegan-friendly ballparks for 2017. VeggieHappy provided some assistance to PETA for their campaign and our Venue Vegetarian Guide (MLB) has been linked at the bottom of their announcement. (Read PETA’s top ten list here.)…

Plant-Based Menus: Trend To Movement

One common item in the trend reports for 2017 is the focus on plant-based foods and menus, and an important secondary aspect of that trend is the highlighted consumer group being targeted: flexitarians.

PETA’s Top Ten Veg-Friendly MLB Parks

PETA’s Top Ten list has been posted to VeggieHappy’s Facebook page with a couple of comments as a caveat. If you’d like to share PETA’s list on social media, please consider sharing it via our Facebook post, so those comments are included.

At last, the YANKEES!

It’s been a long haul, but at long last, we’re very happy to share that New York’s Yankee Stadium will begin offering vegan frankfurters and burgers effective THIS coming Friday, April 24th!

IKEA Rolls Out New Veggie (Vegan) “Meatballs”

Gronsaksbullar are also vegan, as is the sauce offered with them. The price is $4.49 for 10 balls and a side of veggies.

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