The Walt Disney Company: Healthy Living

Disney’s Healthy Living program seeks to improve child nutrition and well-being by providing food options in parks, products in stores and online, recipes, and physical activity ideas which meet Disney’s nutrition guidelines.

“At The Walt Disney Company, we believe that inspiring healthier lifestyles today will create a brighter tomorrow.”

The Walt Disney Company



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Program Strategy

  • Focused on promoting Healthy Behaviors,  such as improved childhood nutrition and increased physical activity. Disney’s nutrition guidelines apply to licensing, studio promotions, third-party advertising, and parks’ kids meals. 
  • The focus population is children globally.

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Program Details

  • Products and Services and Community Engagement are the Scopes of Action.
  • Partners include Dole, which provides co-branded fresh fruit.

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Program Metrics

Near-Term Outcomes
  • Kids’ consumption of healthy food: Number of servings of fruits and vegetables to kids every year.
  • Better food options: Percentage of guests who make the healthier choice.
Long-Term Impacts

Metrics not yet available. However, applicable metrics include:

  • Healthy eating choices
  • Hypertension and control
  • Obesity rates

Program: Community Engagement | Products and Services


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