In a bid to cater for the culinary requirements of all guests, Disney’s theme parks in the United States are going vegan, as the company introduces more than 400 vegan dishes to its menu in two resorts in the US.

Beginning in Florida Walt Disney World from early October, the plant-based meals are available in both table-service and quick-service restaurants.

The vegan menu will be rolled out in Disneyland in California in spring 2020.

When combined, Florida Walt Disney World and Disneyland California have 602 places where visitors can eat.

Disney is referring to the new menu as ‘plant-based’ rather than vegan, in a move to remove any ambiguity around what ingredients are in a vegan meal.

In April 2019, Disneyland introduced a system on its menus of putting a green leaf icon next to its dishes that are free of animal products.

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