I know I am bad…
Really really bad, I love DC but I look on other sites too.
But I found this posted… thought it interesting…
Would a Snack by Any Other Name Taste as Sweet?
As of May 1, 2006 a larger number of new snack items have apparently become part of the Disney Dining Plan. It has been reported that the Disney Dining Plan logo has now started to appear on a wide variety of side items and desserts at theme park snack locations and Disney resort food courts/counter service locations. According to several Dining Cast Members, all side items and desserts under $4.00 are now counted as a snack. Disney representatives are now referencing the following list of items as a new guide to typical snack items:
Originally Posted by Disney Representatives -
12 oz soft drink
20 oz Powerade
24 oz bottle of water
Bakery items (under $4.00)
Bottled fruit juice
Box of popcorn
Frozen fruit bar
Ice cream floats (under $4.00)
Ice cream novelty
Ice cream sundaes (under $4.00)
Mickey rice krispy treats
Piece of fruit
Snack-sized bag of chips
Since Disney has yet to make a formal announcement acknowledging these changes, it should be kept in mind that these items could also be “unmarked” as suddenly as they were “marked” unless Disney makes a formal amendment to their current Disney Dining Plan policy.