The time has come! Disney pronounced their dedication to eliminating single-use plastics, including plastic bags, in 2019, and we’re starting to see even more reusable bag options in Disney World and Disneyland — this time specific to the locations where they’re found!
We saw some generic Disney reusable bags when World of Disney re-opened recently. But today in Disneyland we spotted these Disneyland-specific bags.
Bags are $1.00, $1.50, and $2.00 depending on size, and you can see that the bags for each park show attractions in that specific park. On this Disneyland version, you have it’s a small world, Space Mountain, and Star Tours (or, the soon to be found in Disneyland Star Wars Galaxy’s Edge).
And on the Disney California Adventure bag you can see Carthay Circle, Mickey’s Fun Wheel, and Cozy Cone Motel.
DFB readers have also reported location-specific bags in Disney World parks and resorts.
There have been mixed responses to the no-single-use-plastics declaration, which includes eliminating single-use plastic straws, cup lids, and hotel amenities from the parks and resorts. Currently, straws and lids are no longer offered to guests purchasing beverages at counter service locations (straws are often found nearby on condiment counters, but are not given automatically to guests), and we’ve seen some refillable amenities popping up in resort hotel rooms as well.
Click here to read more about Disney’s commitment to reducing single-use plastics in their parks and resorts in 2019.
We’ll keep you updated on the latest! Stay tuned to the Disney Food Blog Newsletter.