New Food Choices Make It Easy to Eat Healthy While at the Walt Disney World Resort

Eating at the Disney Parks doesn't always have to mean turkey legs, burgers, pizza, or chicken nuggets. There are now healthy food choices available at each park in the Walt Disney World Resort.

Last week Prince Eric's Village Market opened in New Fantasyland in the Magic Kingdom, and guests will find Odwalla lemonade served with a fruit garnish, bottled water, juices, and teas, and snacks including fresh fruit, hummus, and Greek yogurt.

And that's not the only place to find a healthy snack at the Magic Kingdom. You can order soy milk at Gaston's Tavern, in addition to hummus with pretzel chips, fresh fruit, fresh veggies, and even sliced apples with caramel dip.

Other locations serving healthier alternatives to regular theme park fare include the Cheshire Cafe in Fantasyland, Liberty Square Market where you'll find hot baked potatoes and baked sweet potatoes, Westward Ho in Frontierland, and Aloha Isle, where you'll find fresh pineapple spears.

The other three parks at the Walt Disney World Resort also have fresh and healthy choices.

At the Animal Kingdom guests can stop by the
Gardens Kiosk where they'll find vegan and gluten-free granola bars, cupcakes, and other baked goods, in addition to hummus with vegetables. The Harambe Fruit Market sells whole and cut fruit, while Mr. Kamal's kiosk in Asia has hummus, edamame salad, and an Asian noodle salad.

If you're looking for something good for you at Epcot stop by the Mission Space Cart for Ocean Spray Craisins or trail mix. Guests will find fresh fruit at Space Ice Cream in Future World. And at Disney's Hollywood Studios guests will find Ocean Spray Trail Mix at carts around the park, plus there are non-fat yogurt smoothies at KRNR the Rock Station on Sunset Boulevard.

For all the best tips on where to find healthy snacks and other food at the Disney Parks, you can also check out the Disney Food Blog Mini Guide to Magic Kingdom Snacks, the Disney Food Blog Mini Guide to Epcot Snacks, and the Disney Food Blog Guide to Animal Kingdom and Hollywood Studios Snacks e-Book.

Story by Traci C., Source

Christine wrote on Sun, 09/29/2013 - 19:53:

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That's great .i can't have a lot of sugar and I eat grilled food and love sweet potato. I will be at disney in December and iam looking forward to try the new things. Thank you. Christine johnson

Kristen K. wrote on Wed, 10/02/2013 - 14:14:

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It's so great that Disney offers these options. It's nice to think that they want to make it easy to eat for all their guests.

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