An intense medium to full body coffee with notes of dark chocolate in the lingering aftertaste.
Organic food production aims at sustaining farming practices that are better for people and planet.
UTZ certified coffee: ensures sustainable farming standards and good conditions for workers.
You can easily check the origin of the coffee beans by visiting www.utz.org/IKEA.
Long Term Benefits
We want to source food from more sustainable sources and make it available at affordable
prices. Alongside agriculture that minimizes the use of chemical inputs, organic food production
is one of the ways we can achieve this goal. The definitions of organic vary across countries, but the
intention is the same – good environmental practices, like preserving soil health, biodiversity,
and human and animal health. In the IKEA store, you will find several organic food options.
The taste and quality is always the same for each IKEA coffee variety. But the plantations the beans derive from may vary from one package to another. So, what if you really want to know? Go to the tracer tool at www.utz.org/IKEA. Choose the type of coffee you have bought and enter the best-before date printed on the package. Then you will find out exactly which plantations your coffee originates from, and get to know a lot about them.
UTZ Certified stands for sustainable farming and better opportunities for farmers, their families and our planet. The UTZ program enables farmers to learn better farming methods, improve working conditions and take better care of their children and the environment. Through the UTZ-program farmers grow better crops, generate more income and create better opportunities while safeguarding the environment and securing the earth’s natural resources. Now and in the future.
Traceability is one of the foundations on which the UTZ program is based. The ability to trace the origin of commodities provides reassurance that crops have been produced according to the standards and that buyers contribute to better farming. To check the origin and learn more about the plantations where the coffee or cacao beans in your IKEA coffee or chocolate tablet were grown, visit www.utz.org/IKEA.
Swedes drink more coffee than almost anyone else in the world. And we believe everyone deserves a good cup of the dark beverage. That’s why our beans are both UTZ certified and organic. We’re so confident in their taste that they’re named PÅTÅR. That’s Swedish for a second cup of coffee—something we hope you and your friends will happily ask for.
Fika is a cornerstone of Swedish food culture. At first glance, it’s simply a break for coffee and a bite to eat. But it’s so much more than that. It’s a chance to discuss all sorts of big and small things with friends, family or colleagues. A relaxing little time-out to share thoughts, impressions and feelings. To connect, to laugh, to bond. Fika is a moment of togetherness. So join us. Stay in the moment with a PÅTÅR – a second cup of coffee.
Our PÅTÅR coffees are not only UTZ certified but organic too. Just like the coffee served in IKEA Restaurants and IKEA Bistros. The beans – 100% Arabica – are provided by a vast amount of small-scale coffee farmers in countries like Mexico, Peru and Honduras, then blended and roasted into the finest coffees ever found in an IKEA store. So stay in the moment with a PÅTÅR – a second cup of coffee – knowing that it is truly a good cup of coffee.
Swedes are among the heaviest coffee drinkers in the world. And the most choosy. So naturally, IKEA coffee should be good coffee. In every sense of the word. High quality, sustainable, traceable. And energizing. Like invigorating goodness flowing through you.
We believe everyone deserves a good cup of coffee. That’s why our PÅTÅR beans are both UTZ certified and organic. PÅTÅR is Swedish for a second cup of coffee—something we hope you and your friends will happily ask for.