In the sign of a vegan diet, even the Disney in drops and stripes he puts his own. The Orlando Park is preparing to offer many new plant-based food options, while in the parks of Paris and Hong Kong it is already possible to choose from some menus without meat.
In the States, the operation will be more widespread: more than 400 vegan dishes in fact, they will be available in Orlando's fast-service and table-top restaurants at Walt Disney World in Florida in early October. Anaheim, California's Disneyland, will follow from spring 2020.
A company with colossal numbers, as they are used to here in the US, with over 600 places to eat, including Walt Disney World in Orlando (which serves 10 million hamburgers and 6 million hot dogs every year) and the California Disneyland Resort , most of which are uniquely themed in a park or hotel.
The new vegan menus will be combined with the theme of the venue where they will appear and marked with the classic Mickey Mouse ears in green and will include, for example, "Tatooine Two Suns Hummus" inspired by Star Wars in the Hollywood studio in Orlando or "Le Fou Festin" at the Be restaurant. Our Guest at Disney Magic Kingdom. And then, they range from Animal Kingdom's “Crispy Fried Tofu with Chili Peppers” to “Eggless Florentine” on Main Street USA.
In each, the company said that all products “are made without animal meat, dairy, eggs or honey,” responding to the broader definition of vegan cuisine.
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