PHOTOS: Disney Parks Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set Debuts at Disneyland Resort

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PHOTOS: Disney Parks Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set Debuts at Disneyland Resort

Part of Disney’s Earth Month celebration included the introduction of reusable cutlery. We first shared news of the bamboo utensils in late March. The three-piece set has now made its debut at Red Rose Taverne in Disneyland Park.

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Red Rose Taverne is a quick service location in Fantasyland. It serves park favorites like hamburgers, flatbreads, and chicken nuggets.

Reusable Cutlery Set – $9.99

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The reusable cutlery set is displayed at each ordering station.

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The set includes a bamboo fork, spoon, and knife. A blue carrying pouch is included. The pouch has a flap with a velcro closure.

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Like food and drinks, the reusable cutlery set can be purchased via Mobile Order from the Disneyland app.

Will you be doing your part to help the environment by purchasing this reusable cutlery? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Mike Baker

    Mike caught the Disney bug after his first on-property stay at Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. In the intervening years, Mike is either planning the next trip, writing about a trip, or helping his friends plan a special trip to Walt Disney World. Mike lives in Central Pennsylvania with his wife. He has two adult children, both attending college. A teacher and lifelong learner, Mike serves on his local school board. He also works as the percussion instructor for the local high school. You can contact Mike at mike@wdwnt.com.

1 thought on “PHOTOS: Disney Parks Reusable Bamboo Utensil Set Debuts at Disneyland Resort”

  1. Bamboo has a lot of crevices that hides gunk and germs and is difficult to hand wash clean. Easier to just handwash plastic or metal. And $10 is very expensive. Are people planning on washing them in the restrooms? That’s disgusting.

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