All Star Menus at Ballpark Concessions

It’s no longer just hot dogs and beer when you go to America’s ballparks. As sport fans are more aware of culinary trends and are becoming more adventurous in their eating, concessions too are upping their food game.  Local craft beer, healthy fare options, organic corn dogs, over the top shakes, chicken and waffle cones, gourmet loaded tots, better burgers, and fun fusion dishes are just a few of the food items exciting fans.  Let’s take a look at what’s hot on menus at ballpark concessions around the country. 

Buffalo Tots

Loaded Buffalo Topped Tots with, featuring blue cheese and a drizzle of Buffalo sauce.

NEW YORK METS Citi Field (Aramark)

The Mets jumped on the tater tots bandwagon with Loaded Buffalo Topped Tots, featuring blue cheese, celery, carrots and zesty Buffalo sauce. The Champ Slider, the creation of chef Patrick Schaeffer, won the New York City Wine & Food Festival Burger Bash in 2018. It’s made with ground dry-aged beef, millionaire’s bacon, Cipollini onion agrodolce and sharp cheddar cheese fondue and served on a potato bun. The Citi sweet treats portfolio gets a boost with Stuf’d S’mores Nutella Bites: graham cracker-crusted French toast filled with Nutella, marshmallow fluff and dark chocolate chunks and topped with syrup and marshmallow.

Yankee Stadium Mcrib

MQRib Sandwich, featuring slow-smoked baby back rib meat covered in black cherry barbecue sauce, pickles and onions and served on a soft white roll.

Yankee Milkshake

Yankee Stadium Grand Slam Milk Shakes such as the Cupcake Shake, Tres Leches Shake, with vanilla, tres leches cake, churro, condensed milk and puffed rice, Cotton Candy Shake, or the Brownie Sunday Shake.

NEW YORK YANKEES Yankee Stadium (Legends)

The Yankees are mixing up their concessions lineup in 2019 and cultivating the stadium’s social gathering spaces. Shake Stands around the park offer Yankee Stadium Grand Slam Milk Shakes such as the Tres Leches Shake, with vanilla, tres leches cake, churro, condensed milk and puffed rice. Other notable foods include Avocado Bites, Kosher Wraps, roast beef or shrimp po’boys and the MQRib Sandwich, featuring slow-smoked baby back rib meat covered in black cherry barbecue sauce, pickles and onions and served on a soft white roll.

2019 10 20 Wings

Tandoori Chicken Wings, yogurt-marinated with Kashmiri chile pepper, tamarind and scallions.

PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Citizens Bank Park (Aramark)

New better-for-you items include Tandoori Chicken Wings, yogurt-marinated with Kashmiri chile pepper, tamarind and scallions, and Vegan Lettuce Wraps, with curry cauliflower, fried chickpeas and vegan coconut milk. Elsewhere, Cheesy Bacon Topped Tots start with American cheese sauce, bacon, shredded cheddar Jack cheese and diced scallions. And for the first time, Shake Shack has brought its sit-down restaurant experience to a sports venue along with one of its signatures: the SmokeShack burger.

2019 10 20 Irish Nachos

Irish nachos: fries topped with corned beef at Murph’s Clubhouse.

20198 10 20 Impossible Burger Public House

The plant based Impossible Burger at John J. McGraw Derby Grill.

San Francisco Giants Oracle Park

Staying true to Northern California’s diverse array of cuisines, hungry fans will encounter a myriad of global food choices. Local favorites such as Crazy Crab’z Dungeness crab sandwich, Orlando’s Cha-Cha Bowl with its rice, beans, grilled chicken or pork carnitas, plus pineapple-zucchini salsa, jerk chicken nachos and fried pickle chips.  Hearth Table gluten-free flat breads, Da Poke Man ahi tuna poke served over rice, organic greens or tortilla chips, Mashi’s Sushi green-curry fried tofu and bok choy rice bowls, Murph’s Clubhouse Irish nachos –fries topped with Irish cheddar and corned beef.

About Kagome

Kagome is a global leader in sauce creation and production.  Our culinary team works closely with our customers to provide flavorful solutions to meet demands and trends around the world.

For questions about where you can buy your next delectable sauce or popcorn seasoning for your concession stand menu, please contact Ann.Smith@kagomeusa.com.

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With 10 facilities and growing, Kagome has aggressively expanded operations from its base in Japan to Taiwan, China, and Malaysia. Kagome Japan has an exceptional commitment to quality, teamwork, science and technology. Kagome Japan is home to the world's largest privately held tomato seed bank with 7,500 varieties. It is also where many of our proprietary processes were nurtured and brought to fruition. Kagome Japan's core values are shared across its family of companies.

Capabilities in Asia include a colorful variety of fruit and vegetable products such as sauces, drinks, ready-to-eat meals and probiotics.

Kagome Australia

Kagome Australia is expanding into sauce production from tomato farming and processing. The opposite growing season in Australia gives us added flexibility. It will be the first fully vertically integrated operation in the Kagome family.

Kagome Europe

HIT, a Kagome subsidiary in Portugal, is based in a superb tomato growing region. These tomatoes are highly prized for their color and sweetness, which HIT turns into unique tomato ingredients and products. A newly established Agricultural Research Center studies new seed varieties and processing technologies in collaboration with other Kagome teams.

Kagome USA

Kagome USA has manufacturing and R&D facilities on both coasts, in California and Arkansas. Capabilities have evolved from pouched tomato sauces to include cream sauces, compound butters, margarines and spreads, and portion pack. With unmatched access to consistent tomato crops and other raw materials, the US operation is highly scaled, flexible, and efficient to meet global demands. United Genetics, a seed company based in California, recently joined the Kagome family.