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Citizens Bank Park Named US’ Most Veg-Friendly Ballpark

Philadelphia’s ballpark tops PETA’s list of 2012’s most veg-friendly stadiums across the country.

Philadelphia’s Citizens Bank Park has been named this year’s most veg-friendly US ballpark by animal-rights group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. The park’s hefty menu of meatless grub includes faux “chicken-steak” and barbeque “pit beef” sandwiches, veggie dogs, and black bean burgers. Other ballparks listed for their efforts in providing more vegan options on their menus are Seattle’s Safeco Field, Detroit’s Comerica Park, Oakland’s O.co Coliseum, Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium, New York’s Citi Field, Los Angeles’ Angel Stadium of Anaheim, Washington’s Nationals Park, Pittsburgh’s PNC Park, and Minnesota’s Target Field.

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Fries-Only Vegan Eatery Debuts in Portland

Globally inspired, dairy-free cheese-smothered, plant-based meat-covered potato wedges at Baked Roots Bar are the newest addition to Portland's thriving vegan scene.
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Free Vegan Food at Bareburger for National Burger Day

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Vegan Kitty-Themed Lipstick Will Benefit Cat Rescue

Lime Crime is stepping up for animals by donating proceeds from new cat-centric makeup line to felines in need.
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Mexican Restaurant in Sydney Goes Fully Vegan

Bad Hombres will be the first 100 percent plant-based Mexican and Latin American eatery in Sydney.
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