As Major League Baseball’s 2010 season kicks off, on-site concessionaires are focusing on bringing more variety and upscale offerings to ballparks across America. While hot dogs remain the top food item sold at ballparks -- more than 21 million will be served this season, according to National Hot Dog and Sausage Council -- Aramark, Delaware North and Centerplate have several plans in the works to amp up their concessions, from adding gluten-free and vegetarian fare to introducing entirely ...

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