What’s Raya prep without a trip (or two) to IKEA, amirite?
This year, the Swedish furniture company has stocked quite a variety of festive halal treats on their market shelves, as well as introduced the new HEMBJUDEN limited collection in time for Hari Raya.
Halal treats at the Swedish Food Market
If you’re foodies like us, skip the main halls and head straight to the Swedish Food Market to stock up on a variety of exciting halal festive goodies.
Here’s what you can expect:
BBQ Dried Meat Available In Beef Or Spicy Chicken Dendeng, 450g (S$24.90)
Ondeh Ondeh Cake, 500g (IKEA Family Price: S$18.90. Public: S$21.90), Hazelnut Chocolate Cake, 500g (IKEA Family Price: S$17.90. Public: S$20.90, Original Layer Cake, 250g (S$8)
Cranberries Pineapple Ball, 340g (S$8.50) & Cheese Bangkit, 240g (S$7.90)
Check out the full range for yourself at the Swedish Food Market from 3 April – 2 May 2022, while stocks last.
New HEMBJUDEN collection
Whilst you’re at IKEA, you’d be remiss to skip the furniture and decoration departments especially since there’s the new HEMBJUDEN collection to check out.
Inspired by the richness and colours of Morocco, this dining and decoration range is perfect for your upcoming festive celebrations.
Here are some items that are available no in-stores and online:
HEMBJUDEN Vacuum Flask (S$34.90)
HEMBJUDEN Cup (S$16.90/6 Pack); HEMBJUDEN Teapot (S$34.90)
HEMBJUDEN Paper Napkin (S$3.90/20 Pack)
HEMBJUDEN Serving Plate (S$24.90); HEMBJUDEN Side Plate (S$4.90)
Extended Store Opening Hours
If you’re pressed for time, here’s some good news.
IKEA will be extending their opening hours from 24-28 April and 1-2 May.
IKEA Alexandra and IKEA Jurong will be open from 10am-10pm, while IKEA Tampines will be open from 11am-10pm.
Top photos from IKEA.