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A Look at How Disney Plans on Reopening Their Parks and Restaurants
For almost two months SeafoodNews has been reporting on the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, including the impact on foodservice on cruise lines and at amusement parks. Now, with multiple states reopening the economy, we’re taking a deeper look into what the reopening of Disney’s properties will look like.
In 2018 attendance at the top 20 North American amusement parks reached nearly 160 million. Disney World’s Magic Kingdom alone brought in 20 million visitors. And while admissions makes up a majority of revenue at...
The Impact of Disney World's Closure on Foodservice
On Thursday the Walt Disney Company announced that they would not only close their California Disneyland Resort, but their theme parks at Walt Disney World Resort in Florida, and the Disneyland Paris Resort. The closures, which begin at the end of business on March 15, were put in place due to the growing concerns over the coronavirus. The parks are expected to remain closed through the end of March.
The decision is a big blow for Disney, who had previously decided to close their Shanghai and Hong Kong parks earlier this year...
Impossible Burger Named the Preferred Plant Based Burger of Disney Parks and Cruises
Impossible Foods announces a new strategic alliance today with Disney Parks, Experiences and Products. As part of the alliance, the food tech startup’s flagship product – Impossible Burger – will be designated as the “Preferred Plant-Based Burger” of Walt Disney World Resort, Disneyland Resort and Disney Cruise Line.
On February 28, Disney will debut Impossible Foods menu items at the Disney California Adventure Food & Wine Festival, including:
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