The Superdome Will Have Healthier Food This Season

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New Orleans’ stadium will soon offer leaner and better-for-you foods
Superdome Gets Healthy Food

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The Superdome will get healthier food at the stadium beginning in September.

The Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans is getting a slew of healthier stadium food.

Centerplate, which caters the food at the Superdome, will introduce a new menu developed in conjunction with Eat Fit NOLA, an organization dedicated to bringing healthier foods to New Orleans restaurants. Stadium-goers will be able to order grilled pork tenderloin, shrimp and kale salad, and glazed salmon with bok choy.

These healthier options will be available starting September 20, when the New Orleans Saints are scheduled to play against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. They will be sold from a cart on the concourse level and by two vendors on the club level.

“The fact that we'll have Eat Fit on the regular concourse is what I'm really excited about,” Molly Kimball, founder of Eat Fit NOLA, told The Times-Picayune. “All these things are stuff that we have done at tailgates and work well.”

Kimball is still in the midst of developing the Superdome’s Eat Fit menu, which will have only five items for now.

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