Disneyland, the Walt Disney Company amusement park that started life in the United States in the 1950s, now has five other parks around the world and the one in Tokyo in Japan is among the most famous.

The park, which receives more than 16 million visitors each year, offers a range of different food and the favorite snack is from Chile. Smoked turkey legs are one of the most popular dishes among visitors to the park.

It all started in 2006 when Agrosuper sent the first shipment of turkey legs to Japan; today they sell 10,000 units every day. In fact, consumers have listed smoked turkey legs as one of the highlights if you visit Disney in Japan.

In 2017, more than 130,000 kg were sent by the Chilean company to the park and “that is because Agrosuper products are characterized by their quality, freshness and flavor, as well as being innovative,” the company explained.[:]