There are a total of twelve Disney Parks in the US. And a total of six Disney Resorts in Places like California, Florida, Tokio, Paris, Hong-Kong. Veganism is now taking over the US countries at a great pace. It is making its way into the American mainstream. Disney’s US theme parks go vegan now.
On September 24, Tuesday Disney announced that they will be adding vegan options to the dining menu of every Disney theme park in the US. Starting from California’s Disneyland in spring 2020, Disney will be starting a total of more than 400 Vegan dishes at quick-service and table-service restaurants of various locations.
Disney’s US theme parks are now going vegan!
There are nearly 602 places to eat in the Disney theme parks each with a unique Disneyland theme or concept. They include places like Orlando and Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California, etc. This will be a major undertaking!
Soon every vegan dish will have its own theme to match. Like- Star Wars-inspired “Tatooine Two Suns Hummus” in Disney’s Hollywood Studios in Orlando, or “Le Fou Festin” at the Be Our Guest Restaurant at Disney’s Magic Kingdom, also in Orlando.
Disney is now making new plant leaf logos! The new additions extend beyond park walls, every dining location inside Disney’s 36 Orlando and three Anaheim hotels will also get vegan options. They include “Carrot Gnocchi” at The Turf Club Bar and Grill at the Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa and “Cauliflower Tacos” at The Wave of American Flavors at Disney’s Contemporary Resort.
From the “Chili-Spiced Crispy Fried Tofu” at Animal Kingdom to “Eggless Florentine” on Main Street U.S.A. Disney is being careful to call the items “plant-based” and not “vegan”. That’s because the exact definition of what qualifies as a vegan has long been a moving target.
To help guests easily spot the plant-based plates, Disney is marking each menu item with a new green leaf logo!
Disneyland theme parks in Paris and Hongkong have vegan options too!