Disney World Sends McDonald’s Packing

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There’s no room for McCruelty in the ‘happiest place on Earth’. Disney World told McDonald’s to go take a walk in the Hundred Acre Wood and not come back, replacing the Golden Arches with …wait for it … BabyCakes vegan cupcakes!

Disney World is apparently seeking more wholesome food options for families, and BabyCakes’ ridiculously good vegan treats fit the bill so well that they might even make Winnie the Pooh put down his honey pot. BabyCakes cupcakes not only leave out the dairy products and eggs, they’re also organic and free of gluten and refined white sugar.

Who knows – maybe McDonald’s wouldn’t have been forced to walk the plank if its suppliers’ slaughter methods weren’t meaner than Captain Hook. So if you’re planning a trip out to Florida and Disney World, then you should check out their latest attraction.


  • FRED HILLBERG commented on February 23, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    Mc.Donalds are greed motivated, end of story.! anything else is secondary.

  • Shannon commented on February 28, 2011 at 12:44 pm

    Couldn’t stop smiling, McCruelty.. GOODBYE or should I say GOOD RIDDENCE!

  • Judith Basye commented on March 1, 2011 at 10:43 pm

    Kids with food allergies can no longer eat at McDonalds either since they changed their
    recipes and didn’t tell anyone until kids started getting sick! Now it’s on their web site.

  • Brien Comerford commented on March 5, 2011 at 10:02 pm

    McDonald’s is evil incarnate that brainwash people to make there digestive systems function like animal cemeteries.

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