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Disney Partners With Impossible Foods for Plant-Based Expansion

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Disneyland Resorts and Parks, as well as Florida-based big brother The Walt Disney World Resort, are known to offer an experience that keeps your inner child alive and kicking. Everything from immersive theme rides to life-sized Disney characters spread over 30,000 acres, it’s hard not to enjoy, if not a tad overly stimulating. Ever-watchful of ways to expand upon the entertainment incentive, Disney has now joined the Impossible Foods movement in a newly inked partnership. 

Impossible Foods is now the official plant-based “burger vendor” for both Disney resorts including Disney Cruise Line ships. The partnership comes following their September 2019 announcement to introduce meatless items to all Disney resorts.

To sweeten the deal even further, we’re also rewarded with three new menu items: the Impossible Cheeseburger macaroni and cheese, Petite Impossible Burger with guacamole and cheddar jack cheese, and an Impossible Meatball sub sandwich.

With the demand for meat alternatives growing globally each year, this is a natural move for the Happiest Place on Earth. The new Impossible menu items are now available at all Disney resorts.

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Pizza Hut Launching New BBQ Pizzas on May 12th


What do you get when you cross a pizza chain with a country singer. Why, BBQ pizzas of course. Pizza giant Pizza Hut has partnered up with country crooner Blake Shelton to create a new line of pizzas because what’s more American than pizza and country music.

Blake’s Smokehouse BBQ includes hardwood smoked bacon, smoked ham with a hint of sugar, and juicy pork. Hawaiian BBQ is a spin on the traditional with smoked ham, sweet pineapple, and crisp green peppers. Last but not least, the Honey BBQ Chicken is topped with white meat chicken, hardwood smoked bacon, and sweet red onions. All pizzas are topped with a Honey BBQ sauce and a hand tossed crust with a toasty cheddar edge. Nomz.

The new pizzas will be available starting Monday, May 12 for $11, for a dollar more you get a 2-liter to wash your pizza down with.

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