Little by little, the world is becoming more vegan-friendly or aware of the lifestyle. With Disney recognizing that, they have gone above and beyond as of late to accommodate vegan's dining choices at their theme parks. Because of that, PETA has named them the most "Vegan-Friendly Amusement Park."
According to the organization, Disneyland offers vegan friendly dining options like egg-free waffles that are shaped like Mickey Mouse, a vegan gumbo dish, and even BBQ jackfruit sandwiches.
Earlier this week, Foodbeast's Constantine Spyrou broke news that Disney California Adventure would debut a 100 percent vegan meatball sub at its Food and Wine Festival. The sub will be made with Impossible meatballs, which further solidifies their effort to make more plant-based options available at the parks.
BREAKING #FOODBEAST #foodnews: @Disneyland California Adventure Food and Wine FULL lineup is out. Craziest items so far: BUFFALO TURKEY LEG, @ImpossibleFoods No Meatball Sub (100% VEGAN CONFIRMED), Pepperoni Pizza Egg Rolls!!!I gotta cop that turkey leg ASAP. — Constantine "Costa" Spyrou (@Constantine_Spy) February 27, 2019
While PETA can be a bit off-putting to some with its notoriously aggressive marketing tactics and has been criticized for their in-your-face method of spreading their philosophy, their site is still a great resource for vegans and the vegan curious who need a little help finding good eats when out and about. If you need help finding vegan food in the wild, from Jack in the Box to Disneyland, PETA usually has your back.
For a full rundown of vegan options at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure, PETA has a full list, categorized by each land.