Veganism is no longer just a trend, eating having a healthy diet based on healthy vegetables and proteins has become a priority for several establishments internationally.
The most recent corporation to join the list of those that have veganized the food menu for its visitors has been Walt Disney World.
Disney Parks announced in a blog post Tuesday that it will begin offering hundreds of plant-based options for its customers at all of its top fast-service and table-top restaurants. A green leaf graphic will accompany these foods on menus so that visitors can easily identify what options are for them.
Starting October 1, new menu options debut at Walt Disney World's fast food service sites and in spring 2020, vegan options will debut at Disneyland parks.
Here are some of the menu items:
- Bowl of Crispy Chili-Flavored Fried Tofu at Satu'li Canteen (Disney's Animal Kingdom)
- Shiriki Noodle Salad at Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen (Magic Kingdom)
- Asian Steamed Pies at Le Cellier (Epcot)
These dishes are composed of plant-based ingredients such as vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, seeds and legumes, and exclude animal meat, dairy, eggs and honey, said Thomas Smith, the director of editorial content for Disney Parks, explained in the blog post.
The new change is due to the results of surveys conducted by Nielsen in which it was revealed that 39% of Americans are actively trying to eat more plant-based foods.
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