Star Wars, Marvel and Frozen Themed Fruit and Veggies Join The Walt Disney Company Healthy Offerings

Disney Consumer Products brings the power of the Force to the produce aisle, unveiling new healthy Star Wars branded fruit and veggie offerings to celebrate the addition of Lucasfilm to The Walt Disney Company’s Healthy Living Commitment. Just in time for the December release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, families can enjoy Star Wars-themed bagged apples by Sage, citrus fruit by Dayka Hackett, carrots by Kern Ridge and grapes with Yoda-themed packaging by Four Star, which all meet nutritional … [Read more...]

Mickey Check Helps Parents Make Healthy Choices on the Disney Cruise Line

Parents sailing on the Disney Cruise Line now have an easier way to make healthy food choices for their children. This is a part of Disney's commitment to make healthy living easier and more fun for families, Mickey Check meals are now offered in rotational dining restaurants aboard all four Disney ships.In order to get the Mickey Check, foods must be nutritious and meet Disney Nutrition Guidelines for calories, saturated fat, sodium and sugar. These guidelines were developed by leading … [Read more...]

Mickey Check for Kids’ Meals Debuts at Disneyland and Walt Disney World

From an udon noodle bowl at Carthay Circle Restaurant at Disney California Adventure park to turkey pot pie at Cinderella’s Royal Table at Magic Kingdom Park, the new Mickey Check is now featured on kids’ menus in both quick-service and table-service restaurants across Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort.Following the introduction earlier this month at Be Our Guest Restaurant in Magic Kingdom Park at Walt Disney World Resort, the expansion of the Mickey Check helps families … [Read more...]

Disney to Stop Running Ads for Junk Food

The Walt Disney Company has announced that all of the food products that are advertised on its children's television channels, radio stations, and web sites must now comply with a new set of nutritional standards. The ad restrictions will also extend to the Saturday morning cartoons that run on ABC stations. However, you won't see these changes until 2015 because of existing advertising agreements.The NY Times reports that Disney's standards are based on based on the federal government’s … [Read more...]