IKEA drop the meat on all uk table

When the british IKEA-guests in the year book of christmas møbelgigantens restaurants, it will be completely without meat. For the first time ever, and IKEA h

IKEA drop the meat on all uk table

When the british IKEA-guests in the year book of christmas møbelgigantens restaurants, it will be completely without meat. For the first time ever, and IKEA h

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
01 November 2019 Friday 10:00
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IKEA drop the meat on all uk table

When the british IKEA-guests in the year book of christmas møbelgigantens restaurants, it will be completely without meat.

For the first time ever, and IKEA has chosen to launch a christmas menu that is entirely vegetarian.

It writes among other Swedish Expressen and the british The Sun.

All the IKEA stores in the Uk will, as from 4. november only offer customers christmas food, which does not contain meat. Instead of the traditional English julemåltid with turkey can be served two different madtærter - a vegetarian and a vegan.

Lee Tupshafski, there is madmanager of IKEA Food in the Uk, said according to The Sun, to the meat-free christmas menu is part of a plan to 'make your meals more planet-friendly and sustainable'.

- We know that our julemiddage is an important part of the feast, and we would really like to encourage our customers to try something new each year, " says Lee Tupshafski.


the Extra Leaf has contacted IKEA Denmark to hear about the Danish department stores are also going to loop the meat from the julemenuen. But at home will not change anything, says Christian Mouroux, who is press officer for IKEA Denmark.

- Julemenuen in the Danish stores are not changed. It is accurate, which it usually.

In line with the uk madmanager tells Christian Mouroux also, to IKEA the Uk decision is taken out of consideration for the climate.

- IKEA in the Uk have chosen to make their christmas buffet meat-free solely for the sake of the environment. They experience that more and more of their customers are so-called 'fleksitarer', and have therefore wanted to test it with a meat-free christmas menu. But it is important to stress that julemenuen is a supplement to the existing menu, so it will also be possible to get served meat in british stores, said Christian Mouroux.

Updated: 01.11.2019 10:00
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