PHOTOS: Walt Disney World Debuts New Disney Parks Popcorn Containers Inspired by Mary Blair

We have been noticing an update in branding on some of the food containers that you find at snack carts around Walt Disney World and Disneyland. Today, we stumbled upon a new popcorn container for those that opt out of the pricier themed popcorn buckets. If you recognize this pattern, it’s because it’s the same pattern that debuted in the form of hot-food bags in Disneyland. We didn’t see this particular pattern used for the popcorn in Disneyland though, because they opted for a more unique, retro Disneyland popcorn box.

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The box features alternating colors of the Walt Disney World logo as well as an “it’s a small world”-style patterning. There are also small designs of the Monorail and what looks like Disney Cruise Line ships.

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These containers will appease some of the Mary Blair fans out there, as it is an obvious tip of the hat to her styling. Don’t know who legendary Imagineer Mary Blair is? Check out our recent book review here.

We found these popcorn buckets in Tomorrowland, but we assume that they are the new generic popcorn serving vessel for the park and will soon be found resort-wide. You can get one––filled with popcorn, of course––for $5.25.