Disney World and Universal Orlando have partnered with vegan meat brand Worthington to launch a new range of plant-based dishes
Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort have expanded their vegan options, after partnering with plant-based brand Worthington.
The popular theme parks have added a fish-free tuna and meat-free pepperoni to eight new locations.
Vegan options at Disney World and Universal
Guests can now opt for a Greek Salad with Plant-Based Tuna Salad and a Plant-Based Tuna Salad Sandwich.
The vegan fish dishes are available at the All-Star Sports Resort, the All-Star Movies Resort, the All-Star Music Resort, the Pop Century Resort, the Art of Animation Resort, and the Port Orleans Resort.
Vegan Pizza Tots and Vegan Pizza Fries are also available at Universal Studios.
“We love to see theme parks add even more vegan options, ” animal-rights charity PETA wrote online.
“It makes it even easier for guests who want to help spare fish, pigs, cows, and all other animals who are used for food.”
Beyond Meat X Disneyland
Last year, Disneyland Paris partnered with Beyond Meat to help make a ‘better world’.
The collaboration saw a range of plant-based meat options become available across the resort, including Beyond Meat steaks with a vegan tartar sauce.
In a statement sent to Vegan Food & Living, Beyond Meat’s Jorg Oostdam, said: “Partnering with Disneyland Paris, a beloved and iconic brand who shares our vision of a better future, is a true milestone for us as we make plant-based meat more accessible throughout Europe.
“As more consumers gravitate towards flexitarian diets… We’re looking forward to surprising and delighting Disneyland Paris’ guests with our plant-based meat offerings that taste just as great as conventional meat and can help make a positive impact.”
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