Disneyland has been asking questions to annual pass holders that might suggest the park is considering delivering food in the future.

What’s happening:

Disneyland has been sending out surveys to annual passholders about improvements that can be made to the Disney experience. The blog MiceChat has been chronicling these surveys as they’ve come into email inboxes.

One of the questions focuses on food delivery. It asks:

“Disney is always considering new ideas, and we’d like to get your opinions about a few of those now. If offered, how likely would you be to use the following services that you could order from home?

“Disneyland Resort prepared food and beverage delivered to your home.

Options for selection include:

  • “definitely would”
  • “probably would”
  • “might or might not”
  • “probably would not”
  • “definitely would not.”
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According to The Orange County Register, the concept isn’t too wild, and it could be something for Disneyland to consider:

“Restaurants have seen a surge in home delivery, curbside pickup and drive-through traffic since the COVID-19 pandemic closed dining rooms and forced Americans to try new food-to-go options. Why couldn’t Disneyland do the same thing? The demand is definitely there.”

Recipes released during COVID-19 pandemic

Disney Parks has shared a number of recipes over the last three months amid the coronavirus pandemic. The recipes include desserts, sandwiches and small snacks that you can get at the Disney theme parks.

Here’s a list of recipes Disney has released:

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