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  • [Idea] Nutritional Information SHEET

    I scanned the boards, and the answer I kept seeing was call the parks and talk to the chef. I think it would be really helpful for families if they could get a PDF of many of the available foods at Disneyland and what the nutritional information is. Many restaurant chains have that information handy for you, and it's not like the menus change that much at Disneyland. Calling the chefs sounds like a homework assignment, whereas a PDF feels like a service you should be able to expect from a first class resort. My wife is pregnant and we need to be careful with what she's eating, it would be so helpful to have this kind of information.

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    Sorry, but I highly doubt this.
    Pretty much anything that makes you drool (cinnamon buns, turkey leg, ice cream, soup bowl) is going to set you well over 500 calories, a ridiculous fat amount, and high salt.
    There are a few healthy carts around the Resort. A setup in Tomorrowland really does do the best the Park can offer. It's before Space Mountain and in front of the Starcade.
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      My brother has a lot of food allergies, and we found out that they actually have binders with the ingredients for ALL food items at each location. Problem is, though- sometimes they couldn't find it. But this was mostly a non-issue.

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        Originally posted by jmadonich27 View Post
        Sorry, but I highly doubt this.
        Pretty much anything that makes you drool (cinnamon buns, turkey leg, ice cream, soup bowl) is going to set you well over 500 calories, a ridiculous fat amount, and high salt.
        There are a few healthy carts around the Resort. A setup in Tomorrowland really does do the best the Park can offer. It's before Space Mountain and in front of the Starcade.
        There's another cart on Main Street Near the Market House, next to the Jungle Cruise, and across from Splash Mountain.

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          Won't Disney be required to post nutritional information next year? Or is that just chain restaurants?

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          • #6
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            Yeah, I went through this hassle too. I called the resort and they told me I could leave a message for a chef at a specific restaurant. I did that twice and never got a call back.

            I never bothered looking at the binder. If the chef at that locale isn't willing to call back a concerned patron, then they don't need my business.

            And also, about the new law, from what I understand that is only for chain eateries with more than 20 locations in California (I think).

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            • #7
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              Yes I know lots of the items in the park have lots of calories and fat, not really the point, but all the more reason to have nutritional information on ALL items so that people can pick and choose their poison. This feels like a service issue.

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                If you ever read the nutritional information at Chili's, I guarantee you will never eat there again.)

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by BrodyDanger View Post
                  If you ever read the nutritional information at Chili's, I guarantee you will never eat there again.)
                  But the Big Mouth Bites are just so good!!

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                    < whine > but I don't want to know that the Mickey Mouse Krispy Treats are bad for meeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!
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                    • #11
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                      If the nutrition value is pretty bad for Disneyland food and drink.

                      Then, make your very own home-made Disneyland meal and drink.

                      Yes, I would like to download a large PDF file of all the Disneyland foods and drinks combined. Because I think it is fun to read the nutritional information sheet about the ingredients, the food allergy warnings, and how they add stuff to their foods. McDonalds, Wendy's, Burger King, Arby's, Carl's Jr., Jack in the Box, In n' Out Burger, and others all have nutritional information sheets in pdf files from their websites.


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