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A bowl with coffee beans and a person holding a cup of coffee made with PÅTÅR coffee and a glass coffee maker for drip coffee.

PÅTÅR special edition: Premium 100% Arabica coffee with a purpose

PÅTÅR special edition is a fresh and fruity medium roast made from high quality, single-origin coffee beans with notes of chocolate and vanilla. They are carefully hand-picked and selected in the White Nile region of Uganda, which provides the perfect setting for Arabica coffee plants. But PÅTÅR is also special for other reasons. To help support coffee farmers in Uganda economically, as well as more sustainable farming practices, IKEA has teamed up with a social business project that buys the beans directly from about 13,000 smallholder farmers. This means that while enjoying a cup of our PÅTÅR special edition coffee, you’re contributing to farmers getting better living conditions, and to growing the coffee beans in a responsible way.

Read more about IKEA coffee, PÅTÅR special edition

Branches of a coffee plant with red coffee cherries on it, about to be hand-picked by a coffee farmer for the IKEA PÅTÅR coffee.

PÅTÅR special edition: Hand-picked berries that are building a future

The White Nile region is a mountainous part of Uganda that is blessed with fertile soils and an ideal climate for Arabica coffee plants. This is where we empower local farmers through improved farming techniques and increased business skills. Crop quality rises, demand and livelihoods grow. Taste the result: an extraordinary single-origin coffee with a unique story to tell.

Find out more about the White Nile IKEA coffee project

Some SOMMARASTER cotton cushion covers with a big flower print in red, dark blue, green and mustard on a white background.

Cotton grown with care

We believe that you shouldn’t have to compromise on price, quality, design, function or sustainability when choosing products for your home. That’s why all our cotton products, like this new quilt cover inspired by the Swedish 1960s called SOMMARASTER, are made from 100% cotton grown with care. 

Read more about how we work with cotton

A group of pouffes with red and dark blue OTTERÖN pouffe covers placed outside around a small table on a striped carpet.

Crocheted. Conscious. Comfy.

Join us on our journey towards using only recycled and/or renewable plastics. OTTERÖN pouffe cover is made out of recycled plastic meaning we consume less new raw materials and lower our environmental footprint. We also used a dyeing technique that needs less dyestuff and water. Use the pouffe to relax in the sun or as a foot stool in front of the TV – it’s light enough to move inside or outside when you need an extra seat.

Find out more in Value, not waste


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The IKEA Concept

At the heart of the IKEA concept is our vision - to create a better everyday life for the many people.

The IKEA Concept

At IKEA, we believe that design is for everyone. We strive to create products that are beautiful, functional, sustainable, high quality and affordable. Like the LISABO coffee table in ash veneer, winner of the international Red Dot award for design.

Democratic Design

We feel good design combines form, function, quality, sustainability at a low price. We call it “Democratic Design” - we believe good home furnishing is for everyone.

Democratic Design

We believe in choosing materials responsibly, and we aim for renewable, recycled or recyclable resources whenever possible.

Choosing materials

We believe in choosing materials responsibly, and we aim for renewable, recycled or recyclable resources whenever possible.

Choosing materials

Dive into life at home, financial results and get to know who we are in IKEA Group Yearly Summary 2017

About the IKEA Group

We are a values-driven company with a passion for life at home. The IKEA Group has 355 stores in 29 countries (as of August 31, 2017).

About the IKEA Group

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Working at the IKEA Group

We believe that each and everyone has something unique to offer. So discover what it’s like to work at IKEA, and see our available jobs.

Working at the IKEA Group

Check out our available jobs

IKEA products must be safe, from both a health and environmental perspective.

Product Safety

Affordable products are at the heart of everything we do. That doesn’t mean that we compromise on quality or safety. IKEA products must be safe, from both a health and environmental perspective.

Product Safety

IKEA is on a journey towards becoming people & planet positive. Take a look at what we're committed to accomplish today and our goals for 2030.

People & Planet

We want to have a positive impact on people and the planet. See what we are doing now and our ambitions for the future.

People & Planet

Live LAGOM community

Two women inspecting an anthracite-coloured door front made from 100% recycled waste.

On the factory floor

We believe that good ideas can come from anywhere. Together with our suppliers, we always look for new and smarter ways of doing things.

On the factory floor

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Newsroom

Find out more about what’s going on at IKEA.

Latest News

Facts and Figures

Many companies, organisations and people – together – shape IKEA. Each and every person, idea and solution contributes to the big picture. Here is a selection of facts and figures that give a glimpse of the IKEA year that passed.

Facts and Figures