Oatly’s non-dairy soft serve comes to these major league baseball stadiums
Vegan brand Oatly recently partnered with a number of Major League Baseball (MLB) teams to bring their dairy-free soft serve to sports stadiums. So far, the company has announced two stages of serving its oat milk-based soft ice cream in vanilla and chocolate flavors: Wrigley Field in Chicago, IL (home of the Chicago Cubs) and Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX (home of the Texas Rangers) . Most of the concessions at Wrigley Field began on April 1st (opening day) offering Oatly’s vegan soft serve.
Two locations at Globe Life Field offer vegan soft serve: Going Going Green on the lower concourse level and Karbach Skyporch on the upper concourse level. Here, Oatly plans to increase its branding presence as the Official Sustainability Partner of the Texas Rangers, adding the Oatly branding to different areas of the stadium. “From introducing the new Oatly Soft Serve for fans on game day to working together on their sustainability initiatives at Globe Life Field to setting up a massive oat milk carton in the skyline of the outer field, the Rangers are leading the sustainability movement within the world to experience on game day,” Mike Messersmith, North American President of Oatly, said. “More and more people are choosing to eat more plant-based foods, including in the stadium,” he says. “Globe Life Field is a great place to make that choice, and we’re excited that Rangers fans can try Oatly in a whole new way with our soft serve.”
Oatlys Soft Serve is available for $ 8 and is served in a mug.
MLB is based on plants
In addition to Oatly’s Soft Serve, Globe Life Field offers baseball fans a completely vegan cart. The trolley was launched in 2016 by the vegan organization Veggie Happy and offers vegan burgers, nachos, hot dogs, jerky, chilli, wraps, salads and freshly cut fruit. In 2017, Target Field in Minneapolis (home of the Minnesota Braves) began serving vegan brats made by the local vegan store The Herbivorous Butcher. In 2018, MLB stadiums across the country saw several new vegan and vegetarian options thanks to food service provider Aramark operating at PNC Park in Pittsburgh, PA, Citizen Bank Park in Philadelphia, and Citi Field in New York City, NY added, redesigned plant-based. and Rogers Center in Ontario.
Many MLB stadiums offer vegan options thanks to brand partnerships with Beyond Meat, Impossible Foods, Lightlife and Field Roast, including Los Angeles’ famous Dodgers Stadium, where Beyond Burgers and Beyond Dodger Dogs are available across the park.