Twenty new vegan meals will soon be added to the menus of more than 250 arenas, stadiums, and convention centers across the country. The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and Spectra Food Services & Hospitality—a leading provider of food services for venues across North America—are partnering for the first-ever Plant-Based Innovation Workshop on November 14 at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, FL where HSUS and Spectra chefs will create the 20 menu items for concession and catering menus at Spectra-managed venues that serve millions annually, including the Atlantic City Convention Center, Canvas Stadium in Colorado State University, and McCaw Hall at Seattle Center. “More and more people are choosing to eat plant-based foods either occasionally or at every meal for their health, for the planet, and to reduce the number of animals used for food,” Josephine Morris, HSUS food policy manager, said. “We are excited to work with the Spectra chefs to make their plant-based options the most colorful, delicious, and hearty choices for vegetarians and meat eaters alike so that everyone has wonderful options when they attend events.”
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