I'm looking for a "trend."
Thanks for your help, Paula
This is great to hear!
I really appreciate it when parks go out of their way to serve their guests! I don't know about allergy info, but I know DIsney parks in Florida have some Kosher options, and I was told at Canada's Wonderland that they would also have Kosher options this year.
While Kosher food and food free from allergens are different, some concepts seem to be similar, such as cross contamination. Since I doubt there is a big enough Jewish community that is religious in your key markets to support Kosher options, given the cost, I am glad to see your park taking steps to cater people with special needs when it comes to food!
Keep up the great work! I look forward to seeing you at some point this season!
Is this a trend? I hope it is now! Although as much as I'd like to see other parks execute this kind of change with great attention to detail (separate food prep areas is a HUGE thing), I don't foresee anyone jumping on the bandwagon right away. I was just visiting a park in northern Ohio and when I was getting a basket of fries I requested an ingredient listing of the Parmesan Garlic sauce they offer. The worker did not have any information to offer what-so-ever.
Thanks once again for taking another step in the right direction. I'll be sharing this press release with all my friends and family since they understand what it's like to go to out to eat with me....(and that's not a comment about my manners!)
You are already doing it Paula. Why does it matter if we have seen it before or not?
Because...in order to pitch this story to national media, it needs to be a "trend." When we went no-smoking, no one cared on a national basis. A few years later more parks did it and it was proclaimed a "trend" ... and USA Today did an article.
It's just the way it works. :)
--Greg, gluten-free for over 4 years and counting
"You seem healthy. So much for voodoo."
Yea Holiday World!
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