Food Rocks
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Food Rocks Sign

Food Rocks opened on March 26, 1994,
replacing the original Kitchen Kaberet.


It closed for good January 3, 2004 to make way for the queue area of a new Epcot attraction similar to Disney California Adventure's Soarin', to open in 2005.

 

Enter the theater, sit back and be entertained by the Peach Boys, Pita Gabriel, Chubby Cheddar, and your host Füd Wrapper. These Animatronic cartoon versions of foods sing classic tunes with lyrics reworked to convey nutritional messages about reading food labels, a healthy diet and eating in moderation.

Food Rocks Entrance

Food Rocks was located inside the Land Pavilion in Epcot's Future World and replaced the original attraction "Kitchen Kaberet".
Food Rocks Sign
The only figure that made it into the new show was the Milk Carton!
Food Rocks Nutrition Facts
The Queue area was full of nutritious tips and facts
Food Rocks Nutrition Facts

Food Rocks Healthy Eating

Time to learn about Healthy Eating!
Food Rocks Healthy Eating
Performers in the 12-minute show include The Utensils, a collection of kitchen gadgets based on the band Queen; The Refrigerator Police, singing a parody of "Every Breath You Take"; The Sole of Rock 'n' Roll, a fish that strongly resembles the singer Cher; a piano-playing pineapple based on Little Richard; Neil Moussaka, a musical eggplant inspired by Neil Sedaka; and The Get-To-The-Point Sisters, based on The Pointer Sisters, singing a new version of "Respect."  
The Animatronic cartoon versions of foods sing classic tunes with lyrics reworked to convey nutritional messages about reading food labels, a healthy diet and eating in moderation.
Food Rocks Stage Curtain
Enter the theater, sit back and be entertained by the Peach Boys, Pita Gabriel, Chubby Cheddar, and your host Fud Wrapper.

Food Rocks Fud Wrapper Sign

Fud Wrapper

Food Rocks Fud Wrapper

"Always Read the Wrapper"


Utensils - Food Rocks

U-Tensils (based on the band Queen) "Choose Before You Chew" and "We’ll Make It Count in the Kitchen"

Refrigerator Police Food Rocks

The Refrigerator Police

Refrigerator Police

Singing a parody of "Every Breath You Take

Refrigerator Police

"Every Bite You Take"

The Peach Boys - Food Rocks

The Peach Boys "

The Peach Boys - Food Rocks

"Good Nutrition"

Excess - Food RocksExcess
"Give Us Junk"

 

Pita Gabriel - Food Rocks

Pita Gabriel "High Fiber"

The Sole of Rock n Roll (Cher) Rood Rocks

The Sole of Rock n Roll (Cher)

The Sole of Rock n Roll (Cher) Rood Rocks

"Keep it Lean"

Get the Point Sisters Food Rocks

The Get-To-The-Point Sisters, based on The Pointer Sisters, singing a new version of "Respect" called "Just a Little Bit".

Get the Point Sisters - Food Rocks

Other songs include:"Always Read the Wrapper" (Füd Wrapper), "Choose Before You Chew" (U-Tensils and Cast), "Give Us Junk" (original composition, TheExcess), "Good Nutrition" (The Peach Boys), "High Fiber" (Pita Gabriel), "Just Keep It Lean" (The Sole of Rock ‘n’ Roll), "Let’s Exercise" (Chubby Cheddar), "Tutti Frutti" (Richard) "Vegetables Are Good for You" (Neil Moussaka) "We’ll Make It Count in the Kitchen" (U-Tensils).

Chubby Chedder Food Rocks

Chubby Chedder Food Rocks

"Let's Exercise"

Chubby Chedder Food Rocks

 

Little Richard Food Rocks

 

The piano-playing pineapple based on Little Richard sings "Tutti Frutti"

Little Richard Food Rocks

Neil Moussaka Food Rocks

Neil Moussaka, a musical eggplant inspired by Neil Sedaka

"Vegetables Are Good for You"

 

Neil Moussaka Food Rocks
Food Rocks Grand Finale
Food Rocks Grand Finale
Food Rocks -  Closed for Good January 3, 2004 to make way for the queue area of a new Epcot attraction similar to Disney California Adventure's Soarin', to open in 2005.