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IKEA Unpacks PETA Award for New Vegan Meatballs

Furniture giant nets praise for new cruelty-free option at its in-store restaurants. The post IKEA Unpacks PETA Award for New Vegan Meatballs appeared first on PETA.

Best News Ever: Ikea to Offer Veggie Meatballs

Ikea is known for its extensive offering of affordable Scandinavian furniture - and food - and now the company is expanding its food court options to include vegetarian Swedish meatballs! It's great news for non-meat-eaters and omnivores...Show More Summary

IKEA Starts Serving Vegan Meatlessballs Tomorrow At In-Store Restaurants

Earlier this year, IKEA announced it would finally be serving up a vegan version of its popular Swedish meatballs in its in-store eateries. And starting tomorrow, IKEA shoppers now have the option of going vegan, eating Gröksakbullar...Show More Summary

Ikea Will Start Selling Vegan Meatballs Tomorrow

They're made from kale. Ikea's vegan meatballs have officially invaded this fine country's shores. Starting tomorrow, bold vegetable and flat-pack furniture loving Americans will be able to stuff their faces with simple to spell and easy to pronounce Grönsaksbullar, notes a press release. Show More Summary

Behold IKEA's New Vegan "Meatballs," Rolling Out Thursday

IKEA's famed Swedish meatballs are finally taking the vegan plunge tomorrow with the release of their new completely meat product-free vegetable balls. The GRÖNSAKSBULLAR will debut in the company's U.S. restaurants nationwide (except, for some reason, Carson, CA) for $4.49 for 10 balls, all of which are gluten, soy, dairy and GMO-free. Show More Summary

IKEA Is Officially Serving Vegan Meatballs

When most people think of IKEA, meatballs come to mind. That's what IKEA's Managing Director of Food Services, Michael La Cour says, at least. To his credit, in store locations all over Asia, much of IKEA's clientele visit the shop solely for the balls. Show More Summary

Micro Living: Cozy Parisian Pad Shows How to Live Tiny Without Paring Down

All photos by Chris Everard via Ikea Family Live From the ingenious to the insufferable, Paris is no stranger to creative tiny apartment solutions. And here, the 377-square-foot pad of Parisian blogger and designer Éléonore Bridge comes with its own...

IKEA Beijing Tries to Prevent Sleeping Customers — Design News

IKEA is a popular napping spot in China—so much so that a photographer did a whole photoseries about it— and the Beijing store is over it. According to the Beijing Youth Daily, IKEA staff are trying to implement a "no sleeping while shopping" rule. Show More Summary

Having it All: How a Little Paris Apartment Lives Large — IKEA Family Live

377 square feet may not seem like a lot to work with, but it was more than enough for one Parisian designer, who managed to squeeze two beds, a bathroom, a full-sized kitchen, a workspace, a rather spacious living room, and even a walk-in closet into her long, narrow apartment. Here's how she did it. READ MORE »

Beijing Ikea No Longer Willing to Serve as Napping Hot Spot

Looking to take a midday snooze? If you live in China, your first instinct may be to pop into your local Ikea! The Swedish furniture retailer's store in Beijing has become a go-to spot for tired shoppers who want to catch some shut-eye...Show More Summary

Ikea Watch : Ikea's Beijing Store is Totally Over its Many Sleeping Shoppers

Photo courtesy of Getty Images Napping in stores on furniture, a potential title for a new movie starring Drew Barrymore, is apparently a big thing in China, a phenomenon Ikea is no longer too fond of and is attempting...

Ikea Partners with the UN to Provide Pop-up Shelters for Refugees

In an effort to provide better, safer and more durable homes for refugee children and their families, the Ikea Foundation in collaboration with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) launched Better Shelter, a social enterprise committed to developing innovative housing solutions for people displaced by conflict and natural disasters.

Beijing Ikea bans sleeping on furniture displays, customers continue to snooze with abandon

2 weeks agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

In a giant backflip on its laid-back policy welcoming customers to leisurely sample their furniture products, Ikea in Beijing has implemented new regulations cracking down on snoozing shoppers. [ more › ]

Ikea's "Bookbook," Soy Milk vs. Milk-Milk, and Like-Liking. What's Going On?

Ikea has a new catalog ad that tries to sell you on the idea of a "bookbook." It's a clever parody of Apple ads, promoting the advantages of traditional books, like "328 high-definition pages" with "pre-installed content" and "no cables,...Show More Summary

Ikea Wants You to Wirelessly Charge Your Smartphone on Tables, Desks, and Lamps

Ikea is always releasing new furniture lines, and some of them debut with nifty updated features. But a table is basically a table, right? Maybe not. On Sunday, the Swedish furniture maker announced that it will be incorporating wireless...Show More Summary

Ikea Jumps on Retro Furniture Trend by Reissuing Its Own Designs

2 weeks agoArts : Slate: The Eye

Midcentury modern and Scandinavian furniture designs seem as ubiquitous, relevant, and on trend as they did in the middle of the 20 th century, and even more so as our gadgets get more futuristic and our interiors have gone decidedly...Show More Summary

IKEA Better Shelter For Refugees

The IKEA Better Shelter is designed to provide a home for refugees. It accommodates 5 and includes a solar panel for lighting at night. IKEA Better Shelter For Refugees was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave,...Show More Summary

This is every major company that has hiked pay in the US in the last two months

Wage hikes in past 2 months: WalMart McDonalds Aetna Gap Ikea Target TJ Maxx — Carl Quintanilla (@carlquintanilla) April 1, 2015 BOOM SEE ALSO: McDonald's is raising wages by 10% Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Nationwide's Super Bowl commercial about dead children is about corporate profits... in a way that we can all appreciate

It’s that day of the year again

The Washington Post offers an update on this year’s crop of April’s Fool day pranks. Highlights: The Ikea KÄT sofa, Uber for Tinder/Tinder for Uber, Google Panda, and, yes, the so-called “selfie shoe.” Enjoy.

IKEA Issues KÄT: The World’s First Cat-Proof Sofa

Cat owners rejoice! IKEA customers have been pleading for pet-friendly furniture for years, and the Swedish giant finally responded this week with KÄT, a sofa/cat scratcher hybrid that is designed specifically for pet-loving people. KÄT has normal cushions for human comfort, but its unique base is made from corrugated cardboard. Show More Summary

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