Published by Melinda McKee.

After a long day of wandering through the rooms of IKEA, you’ve probably worked up quite an appetite. The good news is that the Swedish furniture giant also sells some truly tasty vegan fare in its restaurants and markets! In an attempt to become more sustainable, the company has committed to making 50% of its restaurant meals and 80% of its packaged food completely vegan by 2025. It knows that going vegan is the best thing you can do for animals, the planet, and your health.


Here’s the vegan food you can find at IKEA:

HUVUDROLL Vegan Meatballs

IKEA’s iconic meatballs are made vegan with a combination of pea protein, oats, potatoes, onions, and apples—just be sure to check if the sauce is vegan before ordering. IKEA sells these in its grocery section, too, so you can enjoy them from the comfort of your home.

KORVMOJ Vegan Hot Dogs

IKEA’s vegan hot dogs are made with red lentils, kale, carrot, and ginger, and in stores, they’re topped with pickled red cabbage, spicy mustard, and roasted onions. Some locations serve these on nonvegan buns that contain egg, so be sure to confirm with your location when ordering. The hot dogs are also available in packs of 10 for purchase in the grocery section.

Vegan Chicken Nuggets

These nuggets of crispy, golden deliciousness are available as part of a Kids Meal at IKEA’s restaurants. They’re sure to bring a smile to any kid’s face, since no chicken had to die for them.

IKEA chicken nuggets© IKEA

Vegan Strawberry Ice Cream

Smooth, creamy strawberry soft-serve? IKEA has it! Find this tasty treat in the market section near checkout. The sugar cone is vegan, but you can also ask for it served in a cup.

Vegan Chocolate Mousse

This decadent vegan chocolate mousse is made with some surprising ingredients, like carrot millet and sea buckthorn. Find it at IKEA’s restaurants.


Other vegan restaurant options include pasta with marinara sauce, salad, French fries, and fruit cups.

Many of IKEA’s packaged-food items are also vegan, including drinks, cereal, candy, chips, jellies, coffee, crackers, and even unique items like vegan caviar made from seaweed or the Rhubarb & Raspberry Crumble. Just check the package for any animal-derived ingredients such as dairy, eggs, or honey.



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