IKEA has been serving up meatballs and other Swedish classics since its first store opened in 1958. The idea is simple: If you feed people, they’ll stay longer and buy more furniture. But six decades later, the food operation has grown. For instance, IKEA is now Sweden’s biggest exporter of lingonberries. And, according to Fast Company, the company is looking for ways to take its restaurants to the next level by opening dine-in options…
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