IKEA announces that it will launch vegetable versions of the iconic Swedish meatballs

From $ 1 hot dogs to vegetable meatballs: IKEA to unveil a brand new menu in stores throughout Australia

  • IKEA Australia launches a vegetable version of the famous Swedish meatballs
  • The new menu includes hot dogs and vegetable-based soft-serve ice creams
  • It has announced that a new range of meat-free food will be introduced in IKEA stores
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IKEA Australia plans to unveil a new menu with vegetable versions of the famous Swedish meatballs, hot dogs and ice cream.

The flat-pack furniture giant said the company will serve vegan and vegetarian meals to meet the growing market for meat alternatives.

On Friday, during a Future of Food panel event, the Swedish chain announced that a series of meat substitutes will be introduced at IKEA stores across the country.

The new menu, which will be rolled out from January 2020, consists of vegetable-rich protein balls, veggie hot dogs and vegetable-based soft ice creams.

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IKEA Australia plans to present a new menu with vegetable versions of the famous Swedish meatballs (photo)

IKEA Australia plans to present a new menu with vegetable versions of the famous Swedish meatballs (photo)

The chain also introduces a plant-based children's menu worldwide, so that every child who visits the restaurant has healthy options to choose from.

The vegetarian buffet, which includes vegetarian breakfast, vegetarian balls and wraps, is currently offered at the Tempe inland Sydney store – and is already popular with customers.

& # 39; At IKEA, we are able to challenge not only ourselves but the broader industry & # 39 ;, said IKEA & # 39; s country food manager Ivana Frost.

& # 39; We will challenge our contractors and suppliers to be better, to be more innovative in the way they package and transport their products.

& # 39; As a company that feeds 13 million Australians a year, we can tell suppliers that we are preferred partners researching innovations such as vegetable packaging and reducing active waste in a value chain. & # 39;

The new menu, which will be rolled out in Australia from January 2020, includes veggie hot dogs
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The new menu, which will be rolled out in Australia from January 2020, includes veggie hot dogs

The new menu, which will be rolled out in Australia from January 2020, includes veggie hot dogs

The new menu includes vegetable-based soft-serve ice creams

The new menu includes vegetable-based soft-serve ice creams

The new menu contains veggie hot dogs

The new menu contains veggie hot dogs

The new menu includes veggie hot dogs and soft-serve ice creams based on vegetables

IKEA has also unveiled its seven food manufacturers about how they want to be a destination for food that is familiar, affordable, healthy and sustainable and that lives by the philosophy & # 39; lagom & # 39 ;, the Swedish word for & # 39; just right & # 39;
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IKEA has also unveiled its seven food manufacturers about how they want to be a destination for food that is familiar, affordable, healthy and sustainable and that lives by the philosophy & # 39; lagom & # 39 ;, the Swedish word for & # 39; just right & # 39;

IKEA has also unveiled its seven food manufacturers about how they want to be a destination for food that is familiar, affordable, healthy and sustainable and that lives by the philosophy & # 39; lagom & # 39 ;, the Swedish word for & # 39; just right & # 39;

IKEA has also unveiled its seven food funds about how they want to be a destination for food that is familiar, affordable, healthy and sustainable, and lives by the philosophy & # 39; lagom & # 39 ;, the Swedish word for & # 39; just right & # 39 ;.

For vegetable meals, the company strives for & # 39; less meat and more vegetable food such as fruit, vegetables, whole grain, legumes, nuts and seeds.

& # 39; Celebrate the use of seasonal and diverse ingredients. & # 39;

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By 2030, the furniture brand hopes to inspire over a billion people and enable them to live a better everyday life within the planet's boundaries.

& # 39; We will help create a circular food system that has a positive impact on people, animals and the environments associated with it & # 39 ;, it said.

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