IKEA Announces Plans for Fully Plant-Based Menus by 2030

IKEA has pledged to make its food menus predominantly plant-based by 2030 as part of its goal to become planet-positive. The company has seen a rise in sales of its plant-based food options, with the share of sales for these options increasing by three percent over the last fiscal year. IKEA is starting by working towards the goal that fifty percent of the main meals offered in their restaurants will be plant-based by 2025. The company is also set to introduce beef-free food halls called Saluhall in several countries, which will start by being eighty percent plant-based and gradually move towards achieving a one-hundred percent vegan menu.