$1 Vegan Hot Dogs Available Now At IKEA
Furniture giant IKEA has launched vegan hot dogs at a number of stores in Australia.
Customers to all IKEA stores in Canberra and New South Wales can now enjoy the meat-free sausage treats, which are on sale ready-to-eat for $1 each.
The vegan hot dogs are made from a combination of kale, carrots, ginger, and red lentils. Customers can also purchase packs of 10 hot dogs for $6.99 to cook at home.
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Vegan Hot Dogs
In 2018, IKEA launched the plant-based hot dogs at stores across the US in a bid to offer more sustainable food options.
“Food That IS Good For The Planet”
“We are facing many challenges in the food production industry today and one of those challenges is that we need to be more sustainable,” said Michael La Cour, Managing Director at IKEA Food Services.
“With the global reach that we have at IKEA, we believe that we have a responsibility and a great opportunity to serve food that is good for the planet.”
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