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Vegan Food to Be Served at this Year’s Super Bowl

Field Roast vegan frankfurters are regularly sold at the Seattle Seahawks’ home field, and now they will be following the team to the championship.

This year, cruelty-free Super Bowl goers will be able to indulge in concession stand fare along with their fellow omnivore fans. MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, host of the 48th NFL championship, will serve Field Roast’s vegan frankfurters. Field Roast is based out of the same city as this year’s Super Bowl competitors, the Seattle Seahawks, and is regularly served at the team’s home turf, CenturyLink Field. Numerous football stadiums have been purveyor’s of plant-based food during the 2013-2014 season, including the Oakland Raider’s O.co Coliseum, the Green Bay Packers’ Lambeau Field, and the Philadelphia Eagles’ Lincoln Financial Field, which garnered the highest ranking on the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals’ list of the most Vegetarian-Friendly NFL Stadiums.

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