Ikea is known across the globe for its furniture offerings, but many may not know that every location also has its own full-service restaurant.
Among the dishes served there, the Swedish meatball is probably the most famous.
Space10, Ikea’s external future-living lab in Copenhagen, Denmark, has been reinventing Ikea’s iconic meatball.
The company already took a huge step towards creating sustainable fast food when it made the meatballs vegan in 2015, and it’s continuing to experiment with new ideas. There are two versions of the “Neatball”: one made from root vegetables, and the other made from mealworms.
Though the company told Business Insider that there are no current plans to put the new dishes on Ikea’s menu, the ideas is to “Come up with dishes that look good, taste good – and are good for people and planet.”