Delicious, healthy and sustainable food for the many
At IKEA, we believe that making healthier and more sustainable food the easy, affordable, and delicious choice is a vital part of creating a better everyday life for the many people.
Can healthy food make life at home better?
Food is an important part of every day, and our food range is important to us. Read more about our mission to make good food accessible to the many, our science-backed food nutrition profiling system, and how the Swedish concept “lagom” is part of the food product development process at IKEA.
Towards a plant-based future
More plant-based goodness
The food choices we make impact the climate. We are focusing on creating more sustainable food systems and giving our customers more to choose from.
Meet the meatless meatball
Like the taste of meat but not the climate footprint? Then this plant-based member of our HUVUDROLL family might be something for you.
From field to table – sustainability every step of the way
Our work towards creating more sustainable food systems is aligned with our work with responsible sourcing of food ingredients. We also work to reduce food waste and to use circular and more sustainable packaging. With our size and reach, we can make healthier and more sustainable food options available for the many people.
More sustainable sourcing
We want to have a positive impact on people, society and the planet. Responsible sourcing of raw materials and production plays a large part in this.
Working together to reduce food waste
The shocking truth is that 1/3 of all food is wasted. IKEA is committed to working across our value chain to reduce food waste and loss with clear goals for production and restaurants. We are also continuing to develop products that help people reduce food waste at home. Together we can make a difference.
Sustainable packaging systems
We have the ambition that by 2030 all our food packaging will be made from renewable or recycled material. We are working to develop the most sustainable food packaging that not only complies with food safety regulations but also minimises food waste and optimises material use.