Disneyland Paris and Beyond Meat just announced announced a resort wide partnership.
The plant-based meat producers products will be integrated into both theme parks (Disneyland Park, and Walt Disney Studios Park), Disney Village and Disneyland Paris Hotels.
Disneyland Paris’s visitors will be able to enjoy a selection of items made using Beyond Meat’s portfolio of plant-based meat products.
The products have a similar taste and texture to animal meat.
Beyond Meat’s product range – including the Beyond Burger®, Beyond Sausage® and Beyond Meatballs®- will be used by the resort’s chefs to develop vegetarian options.
This can range from breakfast in Disney Hotels to lunch and dinner in the resort’s quick service and table service restaurants.
In addition to offering park goers a variety of Beyond Meat products.
Beyond Meat likely hopes to strengthen its presence in Europe by way of brand association with Disneyland Paris.
Disneyland Paris has had a rocky start into the vegan and vegetarian sector but has been making strides in recent times.
Adding at least one “veggie” food option to almost every major restaurant around the resort.
Like the recent “Tofish” addition to Toad Hall Restaurant.
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