Good to see Disney taking a stand.
That's good to know. Now if they could just make those darn Mickey bars "healthy"
I'm sorry, but all I can think is they better not mess with Casey's.:brood:
Aww I love my junky, really bad, gonna kill me food. Always tastes so much better. Oh well, its a good move for the company.
Hey, Dole Whips are healthy - pineapple is a fruit!!!
I would have to lead a riot on that one, Melissa!
Ugh... I love junk food. The only time I do eat it is when I'm at WDW, and I bet it's that way for a lot of people. It's supposed to be a VACATION, I don't want to eat carrot sticks and tofu. And like said above, they better not mess with the good restaurants that they have, and that's like 90% of them.
The other thing the news reports have mentioned is that the portion sizes will be smaller - less food for more money.
While I like the idea of doing things healthier, I believe all things in moderation - change some items, but keep the integrity of the restaurants and their signature dishes intact (Le Cellier's Chedder Cheese soup and Coral Reef's Lobster Cream Soup come to mind as two that should stay as they are!).
As good as that is to hear.....they had better not stop selling the cookie ice cream sandwich:worried:
Im glad to hear Disney is trying to be healthier. Would I want to eat what Disney has to offer every day for a month... no I'd gain 20 pounds. However, when im there im on Vacation I want to take a break from being healthy and eat the fun foods I normally dont allow myself to eat. I hope they dont mess with the menus too much and just add some healthy items!
I can't imagine them taking away all "unhealthy" foods. I think they're just moving to smaller portion sizes, and more of a healthy variety. Maybe you an have the option of having carrots instead of fries with your food? I have a hard time imagining them taking away all the signature dishes because they aren't very healthy, or all of the mickey bars and other snacks like that.
Well they already have the carrots or grapes instead of fries option though