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Wrigley Field Expanding Vegetarian Options for Baseball Fans

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For a long time if a vegetarian or vegan wanted to go to a sporting event, they would have to think ahead and bring something from home. Now, due to the higher number of people eating less meat, or choosing to eat no meat at all, entire sports arenas are offering more vegetarian options to fans.

The Chicago Cubs and Levy Restaurants just released a whole new menu of items to be served at Wrigley Field for the 2013 season. Cubs.com reports that veggie dishes will include, “Veggie Hot Dogs and a new Veggie Chopped Salad. Those will be added to the already meat-free Veggie Burger, Fresh Fruta Cup, Veggie Cups and others.

We’re sure vegetarian and vegan baseball fans around the world will be jealous of all the options available at Wrigley. That’s hardly one token dish to appease a fringe group of people. It’s an entire menu of options for a diet that is becoming more and more common.

Via Vegetarian Star

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