Which Wich, a branded concept debuting this season at the stadium, has created the perfect pregame sammie, topped with roast beef, lamb gyro slices, bacon, American cheese, tomatoes and a fried egg.
Not so impossible after all
“In regards to trends, we’ve seen a need for handheld items and fans wanting to return to American classics,” Feldkamp says. “Our focus then is to elevate that original dish with a new twist, including the addition of plant-based proteins.” This Impossible burger is a great example of that trend.
Free of both gluten and pork
Speaking of trends, gluten-free options are still hot. This Beyond brand hot Italian sausage has all the spicy flavor and it’s all plant-based.
Fried chicken’s big moment
Chicken sandwiches could be today’s hottest sandwich trend, and Michigan’s FUKU spicy chicken sandwich is created by none other than David Chang, trendy food mastermind.
Walk the taco
Part of the regionally flavored Street Eatz series, this walking taco is a bag of Fritos piled high with white bean chicken chili and all the fixins.
In the bag
Walking tacos are so popular, special chip bags are made just for this purpose.
Big, bad burger
The big hero burger is steak burger topped with gyro meat(!), jalapeno cheese sauce, hot pepper relish, tzatziki and onion rings.
Maple-cherry sausage plays into the maple trend, which is pumpkin spice’s less over-exposed cousin in fall flavor.
Highlighting a staffer who makes incredible vegan food, this Cynsational Eats taco is dressed with spicy habanero sauce, guac and fresh cilantro.
Meatless has never been so tempting. Crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside, fried avocado is a great vegetarian go-to.
Thirsty yet? The Frozen Franzil promises to quench thirst in a signature color.
Cookie dough craze
Returning for a second season, Michigan fans can get on board the cookie dough train with Detroit Dough, a company founded by Michigan alum Victoria Washington. The safe, edible cookie dough comes in chocolate chip, sugar cookies and brownie.
Relive the game
This popcorn comes in a souvenir container in Michigan’s signature maize and blue colors.
Another portable snack, these pretzels are on-brand as can be.