Theme parks are not usually known for their food. Meals and snacks are usually an afterthought as a way to keep customers in the park all day and prevent that afternoon crash. However, as more people become self-proclaimed "foodies," consumers expect a higher caliber of cuisine wherever they go. This has led Walt Disney World and other large theme parks to up the ante on their food offerings and invest more in their culinary departments.
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