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FOOD

WHY WE CARE SO MUCH ABOUT FOOD

Food Eating is a way to explore and experience the world around us. Our culinary traditions carry stories and memories and allow us to share them with other people. At ARKET, we are convinced that good food can help us open to new ideas and that it can bring positive, transformative change to our culture.

Archive Food

food, climate and change

Line Gordon is an internationally recognised scientist and professor in Sustainability Science, focusing on water, food and the biosphere.

 

ARKET café cook book

ARKET Café Cookbook is a collection of vegetarian and vegan recipes by ARKET Café Head Chef Martin Berg.

 

Warbro Mill

Located on a small family farm an hour and a half outside of Stockholm, Sweden, Warbro Kvarn produces organic stone-milled flour and whole grains as well as specialty malts for craft breweries and whisky distilleries

Nordisk råvara

Per Modig is one of the organic farmers working together with Nordisk Råvara, which supplies ARKET café with naturally grown peas, lentils and quinoa.

Chef Martin Berg

One of the early proponents of the New Nordic food movement, Martin has a rich background in sustainable and sensitive cooking, as the executive chef at Michelin-star restaurants and the co-founder of a traditional sourdough rye bakery and organic café in Stockholm.

 

BAK Bakery

Together with ARKET’s new bread supplier – BAK, we are on a mission to showcase that the use of organic heritage crops

Vegetarian Recipes
Featuring gourmet sandwiches, hearty salads and featuring gourmet sandwiches, hearty salads and flavoursome toppings, we’re introducing fresh recipes created by chef Martin Berg.

ARKET Cookbook #1


In ARKET's first cookbook, chef Martin Berg has collected vegetarian recipes from every season of our first year. Martin

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The grid is an essential element of our visual identity. It represents the notion of the archive and is used to organise and display information ranging from the names of plants to fabric weights and different types of materials used in our collections. These nine squares symbolise the separate parts that together form our world, and they are also the areas where we strive to make a difference.

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