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A food journey to be continued

A food journey to be continued
We constantly strive to offer you better and more sustainable food, and are proud of what we’ve done so far. But we won’t stop here. We will continue to add products inspired by our Swedish heritage, produced with respect for people and the planet, in our IKEA Restaurants, IKEA Bistros and IKEA Swedish Food Markets. Food that’s nutritionally balanced, more sustainable, plant-based, organic, UTZ certified – and of course, tasty, so you will like it. In other words, food you can trust and feel good about eating, in every possible way.

>> See how IKEA products can support Healthy living

>> See how IKEA works to make our food offer more sustainable
 

Start your day fresh with certified cage free eggs

Our commitment to more sustainable agriculture and better animal welfare is strongly connected to the IKEA vision of creating a better everyday life for many people.

At IKEA we believe that in order to achieve improved animal welfare, the environments animals are reared in, the way the animals are handled and standard on-farm practices must prioritize good physical health, good mental health, and the expression of natural behavior.

Starting from Oct 2021, IKEA Swedish Restaurant will gradually introduce certified cage free eggs for restaurant dishes. 

What is cage free egg?

Animal welfare

Cage free eggs are produced in a farming system that allows hens to wander freely within a shed. Free to move, free to nest, free to engage in natural behaviors.

Ensure food quality

Egg farm certified to Egg Standards of Australia (ESA) standard, ensuring egg primary production and processing standards.

Food safety and human health

Tiny cages makes hens susceptible to disease, and have higher chance of contacting Salmonella than their cage-free counterparts.

Plant-based goodness

We want to make it easier to make better everyday choices. That’s why we’ve challenged ourselves to create a flavour-packed veggie hot dog and delicious veggie balls – plant-based alternatives to our iconic meat-based hot dog and meatballs. Surprise your taste buds and try a plant-based meal next time you visit our IKEA Restaurant or IKEA Bistro!
>> Try a bit of variety with ALLEMANSRÄTTEN vegetable balls

The meatless meatball

What looks and tastes like meat, but contains no meat? That would be our new plant ball of course. It has the look, taste and juicy bite of its meaty counterpart, but only 4% of the climate footprint. And rumour has it, once you’ve tasted it, you’ll be back for more.

The future is plant-based

By increasing the proportion of our plant-based food – such as the plant ball – we are getting closer to our goal of becoming climate positive by 2030. Meat lover or vegan, making sustainable choices benefits us all, and we plan to make the world a greener place, one plant ball at a time. We sell around 1 billion meatballs a year, so converting even just some of them into plant balls will make a real difference.

“We actually hope that we sell less meatballs.”

Sharla Halvorson, Health & Sustainability Manager at IKEA Food

Where vegans and meat lovers meet

Developed with meat lovers in mind, the plant ball is made from pea protein, oats, potato and apple. The meaty taste is achieved by adding umami flavours, such as mushroom, tomato and roasted vegetables. It does not include any animal-based ingredients which makes it a more sustainable choice, and is therefore suitable for vegan and vegetarian diets.

Say hello to salmon balls

We are proud to present these truly delicious salmon balls – a newcomer in our much loved family of Swedish meatballs, chicken meatballs and the plant-based veggie balls. Their carbon footprint is seven times lower than that of our meatballs.

Seafood is part of our company’s Swedish heritage. Made from ASC-certified salmon with the addition of MSC-certified cod, and seasoned with seaweed and lemongrass, the salmon balls are a tasty new alternative. “I’m really proud of the new salmon balls and can’t wait for our customers to try them in IKEA Restaurants”, says Sabrina Anania-Stepanian, product developer IKEA Food Services.

An ocean full of flavour

SJÖRAPPORT series offers a wide range of seafood products alongside glistening seaweed pearls made from algae harvested from the sea bed. All farming, fishing and harvesting of our seafood takes great care not to disturb the sensitive marine ecosystems.

>> Find a sea of flavour in the SJÖRAPPORT series

>> Read more about the certifications of our SJÖRAPPORT series

Try a taste of Scandinavia

Recipes that serve a fusion of all our delicious seafood products, and more – not only delicious, but nutritious too. Salads, rolls, wraps and dishes encompassing everything from salmon, oysters and shrimps to tasty asparagus and more. Tasty, healthy, environmentally conscious meals for the whole family.

>> See what’s on the menu with our fantastic recipes

PÅTÅR is the Swedish word for a refill for your cup of coffee. We serve over 100 million cups of coffee per year at IKEA, with tastes to please everyone from espresso enthusiasts to cappuccino lovers. Get coffee packages with things like whole beans for espresso or dark roast filter coffee to take home from our IKEA Swedish Food Market.  
>> Enjoy our delicious and sustainably sourced PÅTÅR coffee range

Coffee that’s a good deal tastes better

PÅTÅR is a series of coffee products, all responsibly sourced and made from high quality 100% Arabica beans. Enjoy great taste at affordable prices. And it’s not only about the taste. PÅTÅR coffee is organic to EU standards and UTZ certified, a combination that takes care of both coffee growers and the environment. Coffee that’s produced with respect for people and the planet tastes even better to drink.

>> Discover the ways IKEA works with sourcing coffee

This cocoa changes lives

Enjoy your chocolate even more, knowing that the cocoa in our UTZ certified chocolate bars meets strict, independent requirements to ensure sustainable farming standards and better conditions for workers. Also, traceability is just a click away. Check out the origin of your IKEA chocolate online, with the UTZ/IKEA online tracer utz.org/IKEA

>> See our sweets, chocolates & snacks

You’re sweet enough already

On our journey towards a wider offer of healthier and more sustainable food, we’ve cut in half the sugar content of our drinks in the IKEA Restaurants and IKEA Bistros, in line with the World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations. We’re also offering more flavours to choose from. Less sugar, more taste.
 

SMAKRIK – organic drops of Sweden

The SMAKRIK series of organic rapeseed oils is a new addition to our growing organic and locally produced IKEA food range. The Swedish farmers that contribute to SMAKRIK oils follow strict guidelines. No synthetic pesticides or fertilisers are sprayed on the fields – much to the joy of bees and other insects that gladly help with pollination in return. Besides preserving biodiversity, organic farming helps to maintain soil health too.

>> Try out SMAKRIK rapeseed oil recipes
   


 


As a responsible company IKEA wants to make it possible for our customers to make better choices.



 
   


 
Michael La Cour, Managing Director, IKEA Food Services

A journey towards better food

To make sure we add better alternatives to our food offer, we apply the principles of what we call “Democratic Design” to our food development process. Function, form, quality, sustainability and low price are the key elements of Democratic Design requirements. The result is tasty, appetising food of good quality, sustainably sourced and at a price you can afford. Food you can feel good about eating.
 

Food is too precious to be wasted

We think of food as a precious resource, and food waste should be kept to a minimum from farm to fork. We keep record of all the food we throw away in our IKEA Restaurants and IKEA Bistros and analyse the reasons why. That way, we become a bit better every day in planning our offer – and save tonnes of food from being wasted.

Another way we are using resources better is by adding more plant-based dishes to our offer. Plant-based foods have a much smaller impact on the environment than meat, which is why we have created veggie balls and a veggie hot dog as more sustainable options to our iconic meatballs and meat-based hot dog. We’ll also be looking into traditionally preserved Swedish foods. Environmentally friendly pickled, dried, and fermented vegetables. Super tasty, super healthy!

>> See how IKEA works to make our food offer more sustainable
 
   


 

The greatest motivation for the future is to be an even better place to get good food for the 660 million annual guests around the world

   


 



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