Joining the worldwide drive for healthy eating, it has also banned popular characters like The Incredibles and Disney Princesses from endorsing sugary and fat-laden snacks.
From next week out go fizzy drinks, burgers and fries to be replaced by bottled water, semi-skimmed milk, fresh fruit juice and carrot sticks.
In a move to tackle the growing problem of child obesity, kids meals on sale at the US resorts of Disneyland and Disney World and Europe's Disneyland, Paris will provide fruit and vegetables from its Disney Garden range.
The revamped calo rie-counted dishes will include organic pasta dishes like Mickey Mouse shaped ravioli, with apples and bananas replacing doughnuts and supersize ice creams. The entertainment empire is also not renewing its £537million deal with McDonald's which puts Disney toys into its Happy Meal boxes.
Disney President Robert Iger said: "The Disney brand is in a unique position to market food that kids will want." Child health expert Dr James Hill of the University of Colorado said: "It shows a commitment to kids' long-term health."