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Top Veg Ballparks

PETA has released its annual list of the country’s most veg-friendly ballparks.

Vegans heading to the ball game this summer can choose from much more than French fries, thanks to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ (PETA) annual list of the nation’s top 10 veg-friendly ballparks. San Francisco’s AT&T Park, home of the 2011 World Champion San Francisco Giants, took the number one spot this year, offering baseball fans veggie dogs, veggie burgers, sushi, a portobello mushroom sandwich, chow fun noodles, and more. “The days when a meatless meal at the ballpark meant peanuts or popcorn are gone,” says PETA Associate Director Chris Holbein on the organization’s website.

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