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Stadium Sells Veggie Dogs

Cruelty-free fans of the Boston Red Sox can now spend the seventh inning stretch buying veggie dogs.

Just as baseball season gears up, Boston's Fenway Park has announced that, for the first time ever, its 2010 season menu will include veggie dogs and veggie burgers. The stadium, which is the oldest baseball venue in the country, already sells a variety of meat-free snack options, including fruit cups, vegetarian burritos, salads, and pizza. More and more ballparks across the country are moving towards veg-friendly menus, with New York's Citi Field recently announcing that, beginning this season, its veggie burgers and veggie dogs will be vegan.

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