Cardiff City FC has introduced its first-ever vegan menu, which will offer dishes made from plant-based ingredients.
The move to offer a more diverse and more sustainably sourced food comes from a collaboration between UK catering company Levy and Welsh TV star Matt Prichard, who rose to fame in the Dirty Sanchez television series, and has become a renowned vegan chef.
The result is the introduction of a plant-based menu at Cardiff City Stadium, called Dirty V, which is available across numerous retail concessions within the venue. Included on the menu is Seitan Kebabs, Dirty Fries and Bean Burgers with Southern Slaw & Avocado.
“Dirty V is an exciting catering prospect for our business and the opportunity to deliver something new that challenges traditional formats is what Levy UK is all about. We cannot wait to serve these delicious menus and to see the change in opinion of what vegan food is,” said Jonathan Davies, managing director at Levy UK.
The collaboration will use sustainably sourced and top-quality British produce where possible and is delivered by dynamic chefs to create great tasting dishes that are sure to get fans talking. The announcement also showcases Levy UK’s commitment to creating legendary experiences and underlines their new brand values for introducing more sustainable, plant-based menus, and for 25% of all menus to be plant-based, vegan or vegetarian.