Saturday, January 5, 2013

Healthier Fast Food for Children at Disney Parks

Disneyland and Disney California Adventure have added a symbol next to children's menu items that meet certain nutritional guidelines at quick-service restaurants. Table-service restaurants at the Anaheim parks will start using the symbol, called Mickey Check, this month.

The Mickey Check symbol is the latest in an effort, called Magic of Healthy Living, that began in 2006. While the food hasn't changed, Disney is making it easier for parents to spot the healthier options.
Some examples of healthier meals: a chicken quesadilla with rice and a fruit cup at Cocina Cucamonga in Disney California Adventure; and penne pasta with marinara sauce along with apples and carrots at Plaza Inn at Disneyland. The meals are $6.99.


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