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Food at IKEA

We want to offer food that’s delicious, sustainable and nutritionally balanced. That’s why we include a variety of more sustainable options at our IKEA Restaurants, IKEA Swedish Food Markets, IKEA Bistro and IKEA Café.

    Responsible sourcing helps keep the ocean stocked

    Responsibly sourced seafood

    Healthy and tasty fish make for healthy and happy customers. That’s why IKEA was part of a dialogue with global environmental experts to develop responsible salmon farming standards that are better for the fish and for the environment. All IKEA salmon comes from farms that are certified to the Aquaculture Stewardship Council (ASC) standards.

    Visit IKEA Restaurant to try our mouthwatering salmon dishes.

    Today, 90% of the world’s fish stocks are fully exploited or over exploited – by sourcing responsibly we can ensure fish stocks won’t decline further.

    Salmon and shrimp

    Offering you tasty, more sustainable seafood

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

    Bring home your salmon from our IKEA Swedish Food Market.


    Get a cup of coffee from the PÅTÅR series

    Organic and UTZ is a good combination

    All the coffee that we serve and sell in the IKEA Swedish Food Market, IKEA Bistro and the IKEA Restaurant is both EU organic and UTZ certified. The tasty beans meet strict, independent requirements to ensure sustainable farming standards and fair conditions for workers. You can even trace the origin of the coffee that you buy, at utzcertified.org/ikea.

      How IKEA works with coffee

      Building on UTZ we also wanted our beans to be organically grown, meaning without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides.

      Jacqueline Macalister, responsible for Health and Sustainability at IKEA Food.

      Get a taste of chocolate from Swedish Food Market

      Chocolate you can feel good about eating

      The cocoa in IKEA labelled chocolate bars meets strict, independent requirements to ensure sustainable farming standards and fair conditions for workers. Just look out for the UTZ Certified label in our Swedish Food Market. To trace the origin of the cocoa in your UTZ certified chocolate bar, visit utzcertified.org/ikea.


      Veggie balls

      Enjoy veggies in a tasty ball

      The development of a vegetable ball was driven by the fact that IKEA, as a responsible business, wanted to develop the food range to contain more sustainable products. Our vegetable balls are packed with fresh ingredients, such as chickpeas, green peas, carrots, bell peppers, corn and kale. You’ll enjoy a nutritious meal that is full of protein and nutrients. Plus, they come with a lower carbon footprint. All in all, they’re a delicious alternative to our iconic meatballs.

      Image of lingonberry organic food

      We’ve picked some great organic options for you

      You can always find organic food at our Swedish Food Market, like lingonberry jam, coffee and cookies. We also offer at least one organic meal on the menu at our restaurants, as well as an organic children’s meal.

      Frozen yogurt

      Refuel before you head home

      After checkout and before the journey home, the whole family can grab a drink or a bite to eat at the IKEA Bistro. Treat the little ones to an ice cream for their good behaviour and top up your energy levels after a successful shop. At the IKEA Bistro, honest & tasty food is unbeatable value.

      IKEA cafe

      IKEA café is now ready to serve!

      Indulge yourself in the delicate flavours and aroma of our freshly brewed premium coffee or enjoy our selection of tasty bites and beverages at affordable prices with the cosy atmosphere - for the fresh start of the day or right after the shopping saga.


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