Half of IKEA restaurant menu options will be plant-based by 2025

Yvonne O'Halloran

In the hope of inspiring more people to make healthy and sustainable food choices, Swedish furniture giant IKEA has announced that it plans to make 50% of its restaurant menu dishes plant-based by 2025.

The company already provides some vegan and vegetarian options, including a veggie hot dog, dairy-free soft serve and the iconic veggie Swedish meatballs.

As well as increasing the plant-based meal choices available at the self-serve cafeteria, IKEA will be making 80% of all their packaged food plant-based, giving customers even more delicious options.

Lena Pripp-Kovac, chief sustainability officer at Inter IKEA Group, said in a statement: “Research confirms the importance of making sustainable products affordable and desirable, and IKEA can really make a positive difference here.”

 “The more sustainable choice shouldn’t be a luxury for the few. It should be part of people’s everyday life.”

Article written by Martha Moody- United Kingdom

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