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Ikea Adds Plant-Based Hot Dog To Menu And Customers Are Pumped

By Brian Spaen

When we think of the many restaurants that are looking into offering vegan eats, not many consider options at wholesalers and furniture stores. However, we can now count Ikea in the running, as they just announced their ambitions to launch a new Veggie Dog this year. The goal is to create affordable vegan food for the many who enjoy a cheap and nutritious meal from their food service.

Ikea famously sells food at a lower cost than the competition. Hot dogs are available for only 50 cents each, and a full meal can easily be purchased at under $10. It’s how they pull consumers in to look and potentially buy their products. Even if the food is sold at a loss, they can make that up in furniture sales.