‘Tiana’s Foods’ Sign Added to Barn in Magic Kingdom

Toni Ferrigno

Tiana's Foods sign

‘Tiana’s Foods’ Sign Added to Barn in Magic Kingdom

A new Tiana’s Foods sign has been added to the front of the yellow barn at Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.

Tiana’s Foods Sign Added to Tiana’s Bayou Adventure

Tiana's Bayou Adventure yellow barn with Tiana's Foods sign

The sign for Tiana’s Foods — an employee-owned co-op founded by Tiana after the events of “The Princess and the Frog” is up at the front of the yellow barn of Tiana’s Bayou Adventure.

Close up of Tiana's Foods sign

Upon closer look, you can see that the Tiana’s Foods logo features a lotus flower like that of Tiana’s tiara in the film, and two wishing stars to symbolize Evangeline and Ray. Beneath the logo reads “Est. 1927,” the year Tiana founded Tiana’s Foods.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure yellow barn with Tiana's Foods sign

This new sign joins the recently-added Main Entrance sign that can be seen beneath the windows. This is likely not the actual main entrance to the attraction, but instead themed signage to indicate the entrance to Tiana’s Foods.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure yellow barn with Tiana's Foods sign

The side of Tiana’s foods features a multicolored mural that depicts a bit of New Orleans culture, with an appears from Louis. Disney has detailed Tiana’s foods as Tiana’s business venture kicked off by her purchase the salt mine and surrounding area to grow vegetables, herbs, and spices for her recipes. Tiana’s Foods will include a boutique farm and a working and teaching kitchen.

Tiana's Bayou Adventure construction wall posters

The same Tiana’s Foods logo can be seen in posters on the surrounding construction walls. During our April 5 visit, we noticed that the previously-existing paper signs (right) are being updated with more durable plastic signs (left). It appeared as though the plastic signed were simply being installed right overtop their paper counterparts.

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