Ikea Donuts Are Suitable For Vegans

The furniture store offers a range of plant-based foods
Vegan Womble says the treat is suitable for vegans (Photo: Vegan Womble)

Swedish furniture giant Ikea's UK plain sugar donuts are suitable for vegans, according to resource Vegan Womble.

Taking to social media, the outlet said: "Did you know Ikea donuts are suitable for vegans...There are lots of accidentally vegan foodie bits in-store too."

A spokesperson for Ikea told Plant Based News: "I can confirm that the donuts are suitable for vegans."

The chocolate donuts are not suitable for vegans.

Ice-cream

Vegan Womble's post follows news last week that the store is developing plant-based soft serve ice-cream.

The brand took to social media to share a picture of ice-cream, captioning it: "100 percent plant-based, 100 percent delicious. Today we are sharing our ambitions to introduce plant-based ice cream to the IKEA Bistro."

The store's chefs are already working on the product, according to the post which said: "The development has started and we aim to bring this alternative to dairy-based soft ice to IKEA Bistros in Summer 2019."

‍The store plans to launch vegan ice-cream (Photo: Instagram)

Plant-based

Ikea has already committed itself to serving more vegan options in it cafe, trialling a vegan option which is available in some European locations , and set to launch in the US next year.

Speaking about the menu developments, Michael La Cour, Managing Director at Ikea Food, said: "Every year, 660 million people enjoy the Ikea Food offer, and we see this global reach as an opportunity as well as a responsibility to serve food that is good for people and the planet.

"With the new veggie hot dog, we can inspire and enable customers to choose a plant-based, more sustainable option at an affordable price."

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