Restaurant and hospitality company Levy—which caters to more than 100 iconic sports and entertainment venues in the country—will be increasing its vegan offerings in the coming months. Levy already offers vegan options at various venues in its portfolio, including vegan samosas at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA; Impossible Burgers at Chase Field in Phoenix, AZ; Vietnamese Noodle Salad at Providence Park in Portland, OR; and Buffalo Cauliflower Wraps at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, CA. But in 2020, the company plans to put a greater emphasis on plant-based menu items at events such as the NBA and NHL All-Star Games, Grammys, and NCAA Final Four. The move to add more vegan options is due to increased consumer demand. “Plant-based food is not only a trend, but it has become a priority in our culture,” Patty Coleman, RDN, LDN, Director of Nutrition and Wellness at Levy, told VegNews. “I love working with our culinary team to create delicious and decadent plant-based options, like the Camelback Burger at Chase Field, which cater to all dietary preferences. We serve more than your average veggie burger, and fans are loving it.” Levy’s menus for 2020 are currently being finalized and will be rolled out in the coming months.
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