Swedish Food Market

We've launched our own food products to make sure you can enjoy IKEA quality and low price whenever you want. Check out the whole range of Swedish traditional specialties in our food shop situated after the checkouts.

Besides our core range you can find a lot of specialities varying during the year. So before Easter we offer different flavour herrings and easter eggs for example. In the summer you can enjoy different sorts of cakes, e.g. rhurbarb tart or lemon muffins starting from July, and from August you can buy crayfish for your own crayfish party! And from mid October on you can get a lot of Christmas specialities as ginger bread houses or fantastic Swedish glogg.
KANELBULLAR cinnamon bun

KANELBULLAR cinnamon bun

Sweden’s most popular pastry, the cinnamon bun dates back to the 1920´s. Today cinnamon bun baking is a popular activity in Swedish households.

October 4th 1999 the Cinnamon Bun Day was introduced to celebrate home baking traditions and especially the beloved bun. It is now annually celebrated throughout Sweden (and IKEA).

Don't forget you can pick up a cinnamon bun for only 50c with a cup of coffee in the customer restaurant.

If you would like to take them home, we are stocked up with ready to bake cinnamon buns in the Swedish Food Market at the end of the store for only €2.75.

We only sell UTZ certfied coffee

As of May 31, 2008, IKEA is now serving and selling six new IKEA FOOD coffee products that are UTZ certified. UTZ is the largest certification program for coffee production and it consists on the special care for the product, the people and the environment. The coffee is of the best quality and it is produced under strict food safety regulations. The people growing the coffee are provided with water, housing, healthcare and training. The environmental impact is reduced with good soil and water management preventing soil erosion and deforestation.

Trace your coffee
Now you can actively be involved in tracing each individual pack of coffee from the Swedish Food Market, back to its origins. Using the best before date on the pack to see exactly where the coffee came from.

You can now trace your coffee!