Disney Has Partnered Up With Impossible Foods To Provide More Plant Based Options!

An increasing number of people are identifying as flexitarians, people who reduce their meat conception for health or environmental reasons.

The Impossible Meatball Submarine at DCA’s Food & Wine ©Disney

Disney, in an effort to accommodate the dietary needs of all their guests, has partnered with plant-based meat company Impossible Foods to bring meatless burgers, meatballs, and other culinary delights to all Disney vacation properties!

Impossible Foods has gained no small amount of attention lately with the runaway success of the Impossible Whopper, and similar plant-based meat substitutes at restaurants around the world.

©Burger King

Plant-based meat substitutes are an important stepping stone for flexitarians and recently adopted vegetarians, allowing them to continue enjoying meals without the issues that sometimes arise with meat-based dishes. Demand has been growing at the Disney Parks and Resorts for more plant-based options, so this new partnership will signal a wave of innovative new meals across the resort!

This new Smoked Impossible and Quinoa Terrine is available at the Regal Eagle Smokehouse, allowing vegetarian guests to enjoy this charming new dining location.

Disney has already gone above and beyond simple burgers, with Impossible dishes appearing throughout the Disney California Adventure Food and Wine Festival. Additional new menu items have appeared throughout the resorts, as well as on the Disney Cruise Line.

Are you excited for more Impossible Burgers, and plant-based options at Disney? Let us know in the comments below!

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Austin Lang is an Orlando local with a love of Disney, puns, and Disney puns. He's been a contributing writer for AllEars since 2019, and has been sharing his quirky view of Disney life ever since.

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