Vegans will be made to feel more welcome at Walt Disney World very soon, with the theme park set to introduce a plant-based menu next month.

The company announced said plans in a blog post on Tuesday, disclosing that the options will be available at all of their major restaurants at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort.

Vegan visitors will be able to spot apt menus as a green leaf will be placed on them for that very reason.

The new menu items will be introduced at Walt Disney World quick service locations on October 1 and table service locations on October 3. They will debut at Disneyland in the Spring of 2020.


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"Exciting news for our foodie fans! We’re thrilled to announce that ALL of our major quick and table service restaurants will soon be serving up plant-based options at Walt Disney World Resort and Disneyland Resort – along with a new plant-based menu icon coming to Disney dining," the post reads. "Our guests will now be able to choose from hundreds of sweet and savory creations, including many brand-new dishes destined to become fan favorites!

"On October 1 at quick service locations and October 3 at table service locations, Walt Disney World Resort will launch the plant-based menu icon and introduce new options at our theme parks and resort hotels. If you’re craving tasty plant-powered snacks and treats during your visit, you can explore more than 400 craveable dishes!"

The locations will offer guests over 400 plant-based choices made up of vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts, legumes. They will all be without animal meat, dairy, eggs or honey.

Only three percent of Americans identify as vegan, according to a recent Gallup poll, but a food report from last year showed that over 30 percent have meat-free days while 39 percent were trying to eat more plant-based foods as of 2017.

More than 50 percent of adults drink non-dairy milk and around 83 percent are adding more plant-based items to their daily diets.