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Ballpark's Onsite Garden to Supply Some Concessions Ingredients

An onsite Garden at Denver's Coors Field will supply herbs and veggies for several menu items sold in the ballpark's concessions stands.

The Colorado Rockies and Aramark have partnered with The Institute for the Built Environment at Colorado State University and Designs by Sundown to produce a sustainable on-site garden that will provide herbs and vegetables for use in several concessions items at Coors Field, reports the Centennial Citizen. These include the Mountain Ranch Club menu and build-your-own salad station.

“The Garden” resembles a ballpark, with raised beds terracing upward from the “infield” to the outfield and then to the stands. Ornamental flowers, followed by herbs, followed by vegetables will be on display for fans that pass through Gate A over the course of the season.

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