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  • Disney to serve healthier food at parks

    It sounds like Disney is getting on the healthy food bandwagon...
    http://msnbc.msn.com/id/15294531/

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    Re: Disney to serve healthier food at parks

    http://www.micechat.com/forums/showthread.php?t=41588



    (ps: I heard this on the on the radio on the way to work this morning and I thought "Pssh, this is old news, I read about this yesterday on MiceChat! :razz
    Last edited by TanyAnnette; 10-17-2006, 10:42 AM.


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    • #3
      Re: Disney to serve healthier food at parks

      "The Walt Disney Co. will serve healthier meals at its domestic theme parks and reduce fat and sugar in Disney-branded foods as part of a push to improve the diets of children..."


      How will we recognize a slim Tweedle Dee?

      This is the same thing that fast food chains have been promoting the last year or so.... we're finally starting to take notice about our health, and realizing that we are what we eat!
      Do not pull down on the safety bar please; I will lower it for you.

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        Re: Disney to serve healthier food at parks

        Originally posted by poltergeist View Post
        This is the same thing that fast food chains have been promoting the last year or so.... we're finally starting to take notice about our health, and realizing that we are what we eat!
        But I look so cute as a HUGE churro!

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          Re: Disney to serve healthier food at parks

          Almost sounds like its just the kid meals,
          that they are "concerned" about.

          In '97 at WDW, many of the counter
          service restaurants were offering a
          choice of Fries OR Fruit with their adult meals.
          I thought that was great, as I am NOT
          a big french fry fan. I was wondering
          WHEN in the world DL would follow with
          the same kind of healthy choice! I wonder
          IF DL is consider doing this for their adult
          meals finally. Gee, they are SLOW at
          getting on the bandwagon!
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            Re: Disney to serve healthier food at parks

            Great! If they lower the fat level by 50%, thats one more churro to eat and still get the same body nutrients as before!:evil:
            Last edited by Walt Jr.; 10-17-2006, 03:47 PM.
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            • #7
              Re: Disney to serve healthier food at parks

              Originally posted by Walt Jr. View Post
              Great! If they lower the fat level by 50%, thats one more churro to eat and still get the same body nutrients as before!:evil:
              I like your thinking plus, how can you go wrong with any plan that involves more churros?

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