IKEA Ditches All Meat From Its Christmas Menu For 2019


All IKEA's Christmas dishes are meat-free this year (Photo: Supplied)

All IKEA’s Christmas dishes are meat-free this year (Photo: Supplied)

IKEA has ditched meat entirely from its Christmas menu for the first time this year in a bid to be more sustainable.

The Swedish furniture giant will offer only vegan and vegetarian festive dishes in its restaurants over the Christmas period.

The meat-free menu, which will launch on November 4 nationwide, includes a vegan Root Vegetable Tart Tatin (£3.95) served with roasted root veg. Vegan mince pies will also be available.

‘Meat-free Christmas’

“As part of our commitment to supporting our customers to live healthier and more sustainable lives, we have decided to launch our first ever ‘Meat-Free Christmas’ in our restaurants,” Lee Tupshafski, Range Manager at IKEA Food, who developed the menu, said in a statement sent to Plant Based News.

“We know that Christmas Dinners are an important part of the festive season, and we really want to encourage our customers to try something new this year. Both our meat-free dishes are packed full of flavour, to showcase how more sustainable options can be just as tasty.



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