Disney theme parks to rid trans fats internationally
Thursday, October 25, 2007
This move comes in addition to ridding foods of trans fats at Disneyland in California and Walt Disney World in Florida, by the end of this calendar year. The American parks began to take action a year ago, as a response to nutritionists. Healthier options such as low-fat milk and baby carrots have been added to the menu, to increase guest choices.
Disney Consumer Products has already licensed the company's brands to healthy prepared food products in Canada, via Sobey's grocery stores' Compliments label, while Tesco supermarkets will start offering similar foods next month.
- Meg Tirrell. "Disney phases out foods with trans fat at its theme parks" — , October 23, 2007
- "Disney dumps trans fat at foreign theme parks" — , October 23, 2007