Disney Parks are known for accommodating guests who have special diets based on lifestyle choices, circumstances, or allergies. Now there is a new resource for those specifically looking for plant-based options. The Disney Plant Based Cuisine guide was introduced today at Magic Kingdom Park. The guide lists 26 different locations through the park including table service, quick service, and snack locations that offer plant-based selections. The guide also lists the ingredients in the item so if a guest is trying to avoid something specific this resource makes it very easy to do so.
The restaurants included are all throughout the park and include many restaurants that may not come to mind when considering plant-based options. Over 75 different options are included in the tri-fold brochure making it simple for those who have a vegetarian diet to find something to eat. A leaf icon notates selections free of animal products, milk, eggs, and honey. The guide also mentions that popcorn and soft pretzels available throughout the park are vegan selections.
The Disney Plant Based Cuisine guide is available now and can be picked up at locations throughout the park, including all table-service and quick-service restaurants, the guest experience podiums, and both the City Hall and Liberty Square Ticket Office Guest Relations locations.
Source and Photo Credit: Orlando Theme Park News
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