What to do if you need to self-quarantine As the novel coronavirus continues to spread around the U.S., Disneyland decided to shut down its parks as a precautionary measure. On Friday, the company announced its plans to donate all excess food from its resort while the park is closed. In a blog post, External Communications Manager of Disneyland Resort Kyleigh Johnson announced that all excess food from Disneyland park and Disney California Adventure park will be donated to Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. She said the resort is committed to reducing food waste.The company plans to donate excess dairy, fruit, vegetables, packaged goods and banquet meals to the food bank, which is working to end hunger in the Orange County area.  Johnson said that Disneyland Resort has implemented a food donation program since 2014 to support the local community. The resort also has a food scraps division program to reduce food waste, which is a massive contributor to hurting the environment.  During the temporary closure of @Disneyland, the resort will donate excess food to Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County. Details here: https://t.co/FFAiRMQ5qB pic.twitter.com/Phl9jpU2Qi— Disney Parks (@DisneyParks) March 13, 2020 According to Johnson, Disneyland Resort donated over


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