Further encroachment of the nanny state....
I don't think it's a bad thing. Childhood obesity is at an all-time high, more than tripling in the past 30 years. Some are no longer referring to type 2 diabetes as "adult onset" because it often starts during childhood now.
This is the company's choice, not a state or federal requirement. While I do believe parents should carry the responsibility of raising their own children properly, health awareness has to begin somewhere, and there's really no need for children to be bombarded with messages from products that can potentially lead to the second highest form of preventable death in the United States.
I agree. I see nothing wrong with this.
*in before someone tries calling them a hypocrite for not having every food item in the Disney Parks being healthy. Trying to help parents and children make healthier food choices for their daily diet and not having everything be healthy in the parks aren't even comparable. One, there's nothing wrong with eating something not so healthy on vacation as a treat (it is vacation after all) when it is supplemented with a healthy balanced diet. Two, Disney has plenty of healthy food options in their parks. One isn't forced to eat unhealthy there.