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Atlanta Turner Field To Have gluten-free Concession Stand!

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Wanted to let everyone know what I found - I am soooo happy!!!

Atlanta Braves and ARAMARK Announce New Gluten-Free Concession Stand at Turner Field

The Atlanta Braves and ARAMARK, the exclusive food and beverage provider at Turner Field, have announced the opening of a dedicated gluten-free* concession stand for fans with Celiac Disease. The location opens Friday, Sept. 4, behind Section 106, and will feature all-beef franks, sirloin beef burgers, chicken sandwiches, chips, popcorn, brownies, cookies, soda, water and gluten-free RedBridge beer.

"In response to increasing requests for healthier and gluten-free options from fans, the Braves and ARARMARK are proud to unveil this new concessions option at Turner Field," said Ron Ranieri, ARAMARK General Manager at Turner Field. "The gluten-free stand is part of the Braves and ARAMARK's overall commitment to offer menu options that allow all fans, regardless of dietary restrictions, to enjoy the ultimate ballpark experience."

The Atlanta Braves is Major League Baseball's winningest franchise since 1991. During that time, Braves teams have earned 14 division championships, five National League pennants and a World Series title. Based in Atlanta since 1966, the Braves franchise is the longest continuously operating franchise in Major League Baseball. Atlanta Braves games are telecast on FS South, SportSouth, and Peachtree TV with radio broadcasts heard in Atlanta on 640 WGST, Project 9-6-1 (96.1 FM) and VIVA 105.7 and regionally on the Atlanta Braves Radio Network.

*Gluten is a protein particle found in wheat, barley, rye and all of their derivatives.

ATLANTA BRAVES

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Wow, lets hope this is something that is expanded across North America.

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Another place carrying Redbridge. More places need to carry Bard's! :D

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I was reading that Coors Field here in Denver was the first to have a gluten-free stand. We don't go to many games, but now my ol' lady won't have to worry about her hamburger/hot dog. It's nice to see how accommodating places are becoming.

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