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Delicious food you can trust

We want to offer food that’s delicious, sustainable, affordable and nutritionally balanced. The ingredients we use are selected carefully – which is also why we work with certifications. They ensure the food in our IKEA Restaurants, IKEA Bistros and IKEA Swedish Food Markets meet standards of environmental and social responsibility. Read more below about what’s cooking!

Veggie hot dog – plant-based goodness

We’ve challenged ourselves to create a flavour-packed veggie hot dog – a plant-based, more sustainable option to our meat-based hot dog. Why? Because plant-based foods leave a smaller carbon footprint, and we want to make it easier to make better everyday choices. Surprise your taste buds and try a veggie hot dog in the IKEA Bistro!

Veggies even the kids will love

ALLEMANSRÄTTEN vegetable balls are a delicious, colourful and more sustainable alternative to our famous meatballs. Made from chickpeas, green peas, carrots, bell peppers, corn and kale – vegetables high in nutrition, fibres and protein – their carbon footprint is around 15 times less than that of meatballs. Enjoy them in the IKEA Restaurant, or buy them frozen in the IKEA Swedish Food Market and bring them home with you.

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.

All wild-caught fish and shrimps served and sold at IKEA come from fisheries which are independently certified to Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) standards, supporting sustainable fishing and protecting seafood supplies for generations to come.

EGENTID – a series of responsibly grown teas

EGENTID is a new series of high quality teas with whole leaves, comprising black tea, green tea, white tea, rooibos, chai and fruit and herbal infusions.

All EGENTID products are sustainable and have either UTZ or a combination of UTZ/UEBT certifications, and some of them are also organically grown according to EU standards. The UTZ/UEBT certification means you can trust that the tea leaves and herbs were farmed in a responsible way, ensuring sustainable farming standards and better conditions for farmers.

Make the world better, one coffee break at a time

PÅTÅR is a series of coffee products, all responsibly sourced and made from high quality 100% Arabica beans, so you can 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. Trace the origin of your coffee by visiting utz.org/IKEA.


Did you know?

We serve over 100 million cups of coffee per year at IKEA, with tastes to please everyone from espresso enthusiasts to cappuccino lovers.


Special in many different ways

To help support economic independence of small-scale coffee farmers, as well as more sustainable farming practices, IKEA has teamed up with a regional coffee project in Uganda. As a result, we can now offer our first ever single-origin coffee in the IKEA Swedish Food Market: PÅTÅR special edition with high-quality, 100% Arabica beans from the White Nile region. A fresh and fruity medium roast, with subtle hints of vanilla and caramel, created in cooperation with thousands of farmers.

Chocolate bars with a story to tell

Look out for the UTZ logo in our Swedish Food Market – just like the beans in our PÅTÅR coffees, the cocoa in our chocolate tablets is UTZ certified. To ensure sustainable farming standards and better conditions for workers, the cocoa meets strict independent requirements. Trace the origin of the cocoa in your chocolate bar by visiting utz.org/IKEA.

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.


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