Ikea cuts carbon footprint with vegan food and renewables boost

Ikea Vegan Meatball

Ikea has slashed its carbon footprint by boosting the use of renewable energy and offering more plant-based food options at the same price or cheaper than meat in stores.

The home and furniture giant, which has published its annual sustainability report, said it had made significant investments in new and existing stores, renewable energy, zero-emission home deliveries, take-back schemes and more plant-based food options in an effort to become climate positive by 2030. 

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