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Fightin Phils sign Feesers as food service provider, sponsor

Reading Fightin PhilsThe Reading Fightin Phils (Class AA; Eastern League) have a new multiyear deal with Feesers, Inc. Distributors as the team’s food service supplier at FirstEnergy Stadium, with Feesers also holding signage and be the presenting sponsor for two games this season.

“The food is one of the most important parts of the Reading Fightin Phils experience,” said Fightins General Manager Scott Hunsicker. “When longtime partner Van Bennett unfortunately went out of business, it was imperative for us to find the right food distribution partner going forward. We are confident that Feesers is that partner. Feeser’s family-owned and operated business guarantees that we can continue to provide the best quality food at the lowest possible prices.”

Founded in 1901 as a fruit and produce wholesaler, Feesers, Inc. is family-owned and operated and has grown into a full-line foodservice distributor. Located in the Harrisburg and Hershey area of Central Pennsylvania, Feesers, Inc. services restaurants, healthcare facilities, educational facilities, and other institutions throughout Pennsylvania and the Mid-Atlantic Region.

Along with the announcement of the Fightins’ new food service provider, a pair of new stands will be open at FirstEnergy Stadium this season offering a new take on some classic ballpark favorites.

  • Located in Tompkins VIST Bank Plaza, the Fightins Frozen Ice Cream stand is full of tasty treats perfect for those summer nights. The concessions stand is the go-to spot at each game for delicious sweets and dessert items like Green’s Ice Cream and Funnel Cakes, as well as the new Funnel Cake with Ice Cream and Oreo Churros.
  • The Pretzel Revolution is now located behind the St. Joseph’s Regional Health Network ’67 Club Picnic Area on the third base side of the ballpark. Specializing in crafting mouth-watering food, the Pretzel Revolution stand will feature items like the Buffalo Chicken Pretzel, Chicken Bacon Ranch Pretzel, and many more from the Kutztown-based restaurant.

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