Brighton & Hove Albion have unveiled a new catering line-up for new season, including upgraded burgers, a new Piglets Pantry pie flavour and a brand-new cheese-and-onion Piglet's pasty for vegetarians.
The club's catering partner, Sodexo, are also set to unveil a range of new 'street' food kiosks housed in the internal concourses at the Amex, in the West Upper and Lower, East Lower and North - which will come into play early this season.
Last season hungry fans munched through more than 160,000 pies, burgers and hot dogs last season, all washed down by quarter of a million pints of beer and real ale.
Catering prices have been frozen for the 2015/16 season, and kiosks will be serving up the traditional fans' favourites, along with some added extras which will be available for the first time this Sunday.
Piglet's chicken and ham pie will be replaced by the one-time guest pie flavour of chicken and chorizo - which got a big thumbs up from supporters, as well as Fatboy Slim concert goers.
A new cheese-and-onion pasty has already got taste buds buzzing and is the toast of our vegetarian fans in Internet chat rooms and on social media.
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The new burger offering includes an upgrade on the beef patty and bun, while the lettuce and relish will be replaced with a coleslaw and dressing.
Soft-drink offerings have been expanded to include Oasis in a variety of flavours, alongside traditional offerings - while the always-popular real-ale beer options remain the same, with specially-selected guest ales in Dick's Bar, selected home kiosks and the away end throughout the season.
The new 'street' outlets - which will be in place in the coming weeks - will rotate around the five different concourse locations.
There will be one serving Piglet's Pantry's alternative products, including selected pasties, sausage rolls and sweet options; pizza, serving Chicago Town five-cheese and pepperoni pizzas; loaded hot dogs, including foot-long pulled pork and chilli con carne varieties; Great Brits, serving dishes such as sausage and mash; and Rub & Roll, with sub sandwiches.
To ensure fans in the South Stand and East Upper don't miss out, selected kiosks in these areas will also incorporate one of the 'street' food offerings.
Meanwhile, fans have been reminded that the club phased out ecash at the end of last season, and replaced it with new credit and debit card contactless technology across all kiosks.