At IKEA, we have prepared a delicious range of gluten-free meals* for you. This means you can continue to enjoy our tasty dishes whenever you want.
Does IKEA have gluten-free meatballs?
The Dairy-Free & Vegan Options at IKEA Restaurants & Bistros
In 2015, IKEA introduced GRÖNSAKSBULLAR vegan vegetable balls and KYCKLINGBULLAR chicken meatballs, which are gluten-free, dairy-free, and antibiotic-free.
Are IKEA hot dogs gluten-free?
Swedish meatballs, Daim cake, hot dogs – everyone has their poison. Mine is krokant cake. And guess what? It’s gluten-free!
Are IKEA salmon balls gluten-free?
Well, not if you’re IKEA, billion-selling meatball champion of the universe. … Also gluten-free, soy-free, and more nutritious and sustainable than the actual meat kind of meatball. So why the salmon balls, then? Well, they are also sustainable, reliably-sourced, and have a lower carbon footprint.
Is Oatbran gluten-free?
That being said, Oat Bran and other oat products are considered by many to be naturally gluten-free, or at least they do not contain the kind of proteins that are normally considered under the banner of grains with gluten such as wheat, rye, and barley.
Is IKEA Swedish?
IKEA was founded (1943) in Sweden and still flaunts its origins—store exteriors are decorated in the colours of the Swedish flag (blue and yellow), in-store restaurants serve Swedish food, and the company’s products carry Swedish names—but its headquarters are now in the Netherlands.
Can you eat in IKEA?
Enjoy tasty, wholesome, Scandinavian-style food and fika at your local IKEA store–or take it home. Browse the IKEA food range now. Dishes may differ by store and time of day so check the menu boards at your local store to see what’s cooking during your visit.