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LA Dodgers choose Field Roast as plant-based Dodger Dog supplier
The LA Dodgers baseball organization inked a multi-year deal with Greenleaf Foods SPC to use the Field Roast Signature Stadium Dog as its official plant-based Dodger Dog to be sold at select concession stands and in the suites at Dodger Stadium.
The Dodger Dog is one of the most iconic hot dogs in America, and it would now be available in a plant-based version.
According to Corey Norkin, Dodger vice president, Global Partnerships, fans are increasingly looking for plant-based options.
The Field Roast Signature Stadium Dog is smoked with maple hardwood chips and offers the same amount of protein per serving as most traditional hot dogs, according to Greenleaf Foods SPC, the brand's owner.
Field Roast’s Signature Stadium Dog has no cholesterol or nitrates and is North America's first pea protein-based hot dog.
The hotdog is sold in a six-link pack at major grocery stores alongside traditional beef dogs.
Meanwhile, carnivorous Dodger fans can still enjoy a meaty frankfurter made by Vernon, California-based Papa Cantella’s at Dodger Stadium.