The IKEA Salmon balls have been introduced by the furniture retailer as a new sustainable food product that promises a tasty flavor experience that doesn't come at the expense of the planet. The salmon used by IKEA to craft the meatballs is ASC (Aquaculture Stewardship Council) certified and is sourced from the leftovers remaining after filets have been removed from the fish. This creates a savory product that will satisfy consumers looking for an alternative to the traditional meat-based Swedish meatballs and the plant-based ones presently being served at its restaurants.
The IKEA Salmon balls are infused with fragrant ingredients such as lemongrass and seaweed, which makes them a distinctly high-end food option to try out when heading to one of the brand's locations for new furniture.
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