Shanghai Disney responded to the ban on self-catering (source:)
Netease Entertainment reported on August 12 that Xiao Wang, a junior at East China University of Politics and Law in Shanghai, visited Shanghai Disneyland on January 30 this year. Before entering the garden, Xiao Wang spent more than 40 yuan on biscuits and other snacks. But at the entrance, it was forced to check and block by park staff. On March 5 this year, she took the Shanghai Disneyland to court. As for the rule of No Food Entry into the Park, Shanghai Disney Resort responded: the regulations on food and beverage taken out are in line with most theme parks in China and other Disney destinations in Asia; if visitors bring their own food or beverage, they can enjoy it in the rest area outside the park. Lawyers said that this provision violates the Consumer Rights and Interests Protection Act, and there are other mandatory legal provisions. Article 26 of the Consumer Rights and Interests Protection Law stipulates that the operator shall not make some clauses such as excluding or restricting consumer rights, mitigating or exempting operators liability and increasing consumers liability by means of format clauses, notices, declarations and shop notices.
Source: Netease Entertainment Responsible Editor: Chen Shaojie_b6952