Sustainable fishing and responsible salmon farming protects seafood supplies for generations to come. This is why IKEA was part of a dialogue with global environmental experts to develop responsible salmon farming standards. All salmon served and sold at IKEA comes from farms that are certified to the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) standards. And our wild-caught fish and shrimps are independently certified to Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standards.
Seafood is part of our Swedish heritage. It’s sold and served at IKEA around the world every day. Just two or three servings of salmon a week meet your body’s need for omega-3 fatty acids while getting a good dose of antioxidants, protein, iodine and vitamins D, A and B12. So try SJÖRAPPORT, the seafood range from IKEA. Delicious, healthy and responsibly sourced.
IKEA is always looking for ways to make more from less. So we’re rethinking everything from the materials we use, to how we power our stores. Our KUNGSBACKA range is made from 100% recycled wood and PET-bottles. It is just one example of using renewable and recycled resources as efficiently as possible to create value rather than waste.
Saving energy, bringing new designs, improving light quality, reducing impact on the environment, and with a 20-year lifespan. LED lighting is so much better than old incandescent lighting that we’ve switched our entire lighting range to LEDs. Our RYET LED bulb uses approximately 85% less energy than a conventional bulb, yet has 15 times the lifespan. And at such a low price as €0.99, it’s brilliant!
At IKEA, we know a lot about furniture. But no one knows more than the people who actually build it. So meet some of the close-knit teams we work with on the factory floor. The people that make IKEA possible, every day. And see how we’re working not only to create better solutions for you, but better conditions on the factory floor and beyond
Working for a positive impact on people and the planet is about supporting a healthier and more sustainable life at home, using energy and resources in a more sustainable way – and taking responsibility for people and communities.