Stadium Mustard Coming to Victory Field

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Family-owned, stone ground mustard dates back to 1890

Stadium Mustard has been featured on Monday Night Football and is served in more than 150 U.S. stadiums and areans.

Using premium spices and no added sugar or preservatives, Stadium Mustard story begins with an 1890 smooth brown mustard recipe that calls for the highest-grade mustard seeds.

Victory Field, home of the Indianapolis Indians, will now be serving Stadium Mustard. Featured on Monday Night Football and requested by NASA for space flights, family-owned Stadium Mustard is served in more than 150 U.S. stadiums and arenas.

Victory Field debuts Stadium Mustard April 2 for the Pittsburgh Pirates vs. Cincinnati Reds exhibition game. It’s currently sold in all Indianapolis-area Kroger stores.

“In the mustard world, we know Indianapolis for its awesome food trucks, legendary King David Dogs, and Victory Field, which is considered the ‘Fonze’ of minor league baseball parks,” says Alex Dwoskin, president of Kentucky and Indiana operations for the Davis Food Company, the parent company of Stadium Mustard. “We are honored to bring my family’s mustard into such an amazing city.”

Using premium spices and no added sugar or preservatives, Stadium Mustard story begins with an 1890 smooth brown mustard recipe that calls for the highest-grade mustard seeds. Founder David Dwoskin resurrected this spice-forward mustard in 1969, selling Stadium Mustard in Cleveland Municipal Stadium.

Just as it was then, today’s Stadium Mustard is Kosher, stone ground and perfectly complements a juicy hot dog, warm pretzel or sandwich.

“Stadium Mustard is a Cleveland establishment. People were attending Cleveland games and tasting our mustard. Some even said that’s why they stayed for often really bad games. Sport Magazine wrote in 1985 that ‘at least {the Cleveland teams} have the league’s best mustard,’” Dwoskin says. “Meanwhile, my dad was hustling to expand our family business. It’s amazing that the mustard I ate by the spoonful as a kid is now served just about everywhere.”

Over the years, Stadium Mustard fans have written the Dwoskins, thanking them for keeping the flavor the same, and submitting the occasional unsolicited recipe. And of course, the fans want the mustard wherever they go, even space.

Now, Indianapolis will see why people love this mustard.

Learn more at stadiummustard.com.

ABOUT STADIUM MUSTARD
Stadium Mustard is registered trademark of the Davis Food Company. For more than 46 years, it’s been sold in high-end retail stores, restaurants and stadiums. NASA requested Stadium Mustard for Space Shuttle Discovery and Columbia missions. It’s frequently connected to its hometown of Cleveland and has appeared on the Steve Harvey Show, Drew Carey’s Show and Monday Night Football, among others. Learn more at stadiummustard.com

ABOUT VICTORY FIELD
Victory Field is the home to the Indianapolis Indians. Tickets are available at milb.com.

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