Disneyland has just been voted America’s “Most Vegan-Friendly Amusement Park” by PETA due to a large amount of meatless, dairy-free, and egg-free options. Menus have changed and what used to be considered “theme park food” like mac and cheese, hot dogs, and turkey legs are now being supplemented with vegan-friendly options.
A few menu items across Disneyland that are vegan include egg-free Mickey waffles, vegan gumbo in a bread bowl, barbecue jackfruit and portobello sandwiches, and dark chocolate-dipped vegan sorbet with sprinkles.
Rachelle Owen, PETA Director of Student Campaigns and Influence, states, “Disneyland has become the ‘Happiest Place on Earth’ for young vegans.”
Cedar Point in Ohio, Epcot at Walt Disney World, and Universal Studios Hollywood all received honorable mentions on PETA’s list for vegan-friendly amusement parks.
With a portion of their motto reading “animals are not ours to eat”, PETA insists that becoming vegan will allow Disneyland visitors more time to enjoy the theme park throughout their lives.
Their reasoning for this? Because eating meat and other animal-derived food products have been linked to a higher risk of heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and cancer.
What do you think about Disneyland’s vegan-friendly options?
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