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Cleveland's own Stadium Mustard recognized at National Mustard Museum on a very important day

Posted at 8:28 AM, Jul 30, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-30 08:46:48-04

CLEVELAND — Cleveland's own Stadium Mustard, a staple in stadiums across the country, is getting recognized on a very important day: National Mustard Day.

Stadium Mustard will be recognized for their 50th Anniversary on National Mustard Day on Aug. 3 at the National Mustard Museum.

The recognition includes introduction of the world's largest one-of-a-kind interactive Stadium Mustard game that will be on display inside the museum.

Over 6,000 mustards are displayed at the museum located in Middleton, Wisconsin.

Stadium Mustard has a storied past. Owner David Dwoskin recalls his father taking him to Cleveland Municipal Stadium for the first time when he was 12 years old. He doesn't remember much about the game, but what he does remember is the delicious brown mustard that didn't have a name. Some 25 years later, Dwoskin found the owner of the mustard recipe. Later that year, he got the rights to the recipe and named it "The Authentic Stadium Mustard," and the rest is history.

Stadium Mustard is available in more than 150 stadiums and arenas in the U.S., including FirstEnergy Stadium and Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse.