IKEA aims for fully plant-based menus by 2030, including Indian store
IKEA's food menus could be predominantly plant-based! This is one of the initiatives the company has pledged to take as part of its goal of becoming planet-positive by 2030. In India, IKEA introduced a vegan guava ice cream last year.
Apart from adding more plant-based options to their current restaurant menus, IKEA is going to set up beef-free food halls called Saluhall in several countries, including Gurgaon in India, besides China and San Francisco. Besides switching to plant-based food, IKEA has also started other sustainability initiatives under its 2030 planet-positive mission, including creating products with renewable and recycled materials, removing all single-use plastic products and reducing the total climate footprint by an average of 70% per product.
IKEA has also committed to achieving zero emission home deliveries by 2025 and expanding its affordable home solar solutions to 29 IKEA markets by 2025, the company's official statement said. With 650 million customers worldwide, it will be interesting to witness what further initiatives IKEA adopts to become a climate-positive company by 2030.
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