Disney to shift to healthy foods and snacks

In a move that will eventually spread across every Disney property and promotion the company will shift its focus to foods and snacks that meet healthier guidelines.

For example, total fat under the new policy will not exceed 30 percent of calories for main and side dishes and 35 percent for snacks.

Disney will also add nutritional content to meals served to children at all Disney-operated restaurants in its theme parks, including offering carrots or apple sauce and juice instead of french fries and soft drinks, although those offerings will still be available.

I look foward to my new slimmer waistline already. (Link)

2 thoughts on “Disney to shift to healthy foods and snacks”

  1. They had a short thing about this on our local news station (KTVU). They had someone outside of Disneyland in the parking lot. They said roll the Disneyland clip and the proceeded to show footage of DisneyWORLD while they read the story form a card.

    The story applies to both but don’t tell me I am going to see Disneyland and then show me Disney World. Even if it is stock footage.

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