PETA top 10 vegan-friendly ballparks released: Target Field takes over top spot


PETA has released it’s 2018 top 10 vegan-friendly ballparks. The Minnesota Twins’ Target Field jumps from runner-up in 2017 to the winner, but who else is on the list?

With the vegan lifestyle becoming far more popular and easier to embrace, more restaurants and food courts are encouraged to offer suitable foods that are also delicious. Ballparks are among those jumping at the challenge. The 2018 PETA top 10 vegan-friendly ballparks list has been released. It sees its 2017 runner-up jump to first place, as Target Field offers embrace the lifestyle.

Gone are the days where vegans are happy just to eat a basic veggie dog. Ballparks and stadiums are starting to understand the need to introduce more offerings, which is something The Minnesota Twins’ Target Field has done. Over the last year, it’s introduced far more offerings, including a vegan cheese pizza, and Italian “sausages” for people to enjoy their food while they watch a game. Last year, the ballpark came in second place, so it’s showing its dedication to being a place for all fans.

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The Texas Rangers’ Globe Life Park came in second this year, offering a range of products from Beyond Meat. There’s even a vegan twist to the Top N Go Frito Pie, which is a Texan classic.

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Cleveland Indians takes third, as the Progressive Field now offers Beyond Burgers, vegan grilled cheese, and non-dairy ice cream (not just popular with vegans as more people step away from drinking cow’s milk for their health.

The complete list is as stands:

  1. Minnesota’s Target Field
  2. Texas’ Globe Life Park
  3. Cleveland’s Progressive Field
  4. Pittsburgh’s PNC Park
  5. Arizona’s Chase Field
  6. Toronto’s Rogers Center
  7. New York’s Citi Field
  8. Philadelphia Citizens Bank Park
  9. Seattle’s Safeco Field
  10. Kansas City’s Kauffman Stadium

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Are any of your local stadiums on this list? Does this make you more likely to go to a game at these stadiums? Share your thoughts on PETA’s top 10 vegan-friendly ballparks below.