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IKEA CHICKEN WINGS WILL RETURN, JUST DON'T KNOW WHEN

IKEA Singapore has said that the popular chicken wings will return back on its menu, but only when a suitable supplier is found. They stopped short of announcing when the popular item will return back to their menu, but they did say they were still in the process of looking for an alternative supplier.

This cam after their previous supplier form Malaysia had to slaughter chickens when they are much younger due to an upsurge in global demands. This means that the chicken wings were smaller than what IKEA customers had been enjoying

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OH NO, IKEA TO STOP SELLING CHICKEN WINGS FROM 23 MAY!

IKEA will stop selling its chicken wings from next week onwards. The Swedish brand has decided to review its food quality after many disgruntled customers complained about the drop in its food standards, specifically its chicken wings. It is uncertain as to when they will start selling them again.

"We are aware that our chicken wings have not been meeting our customers' satisfaction recently, so we have decided to stop selling them temporarily from 23 May so we can improve on it. Together with our supplier, we are committed to providing quality food products for everyone. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank you for your continued support. We hope you're looking forward to the relaunch as much as we are."

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INJURY ALERT! ANOTHER IKEA ITEM RECALLED

Another day, another item from IKEA getting recalled, due to danger of the item causing serious injury. IKEA had indicated that they had received some complaints on the lounge chair named as MYSINGSÖ, indicating that the chair will topple and break easily if not fixed properly.

While we look for bargains for furniture, must always remember that sometimes cheap items does not come with guarantee that they will last that long before breaking apart.

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UNTRAINED STAFF, POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE AT IKEA

This is a complain regarding on the service provided by IKEA. IKEA never accomplish what it promises to its customer. Hence, disappoints me and my family. We ordered a closets with 200cm in length. However, during the installation, two of it wood are cracked which leads to only half of the closet are fix and the other half needed to reschedule.

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GLASS TOP OF MY TABLE EXPLODED, I ASKED IKEA WHY BUT THEIR REPLY WAS RIDICULOUS

So my family bought a GRANÅS Table from IKEA half a year ago... Two weeks ago, the glass top exploded on its own. Out of concern, I sent an email to IKEA Singapore (note: I was not seeking any form of compensation or refund for the table), hoping that they would look into this matter. The table was lightly used and served more as a deco in our house.

First email response from IKEA was ridiculous and the subsequent ones... Let's just say they decided to add a bit more PR skills into it? In short, the final email from IKEA, IKEA claims that “it is not common for tempered glass to shatter, but fragility lies in the nature of all glass materials. Glass is generally fragile in material and depending on the purpose it is designed for, it must always be handled with care.”

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DR CHEE MOCKED BY PAP FANPAGE AFTER VISIT TO IKEA DURING WORKING HOURS

See this PAP supporter page. Their behaviour is disgusting and symptomatic of the gutter politics in Singapore. Not sure if they are stalking Dr Chee Soon Juan and his family but they snapped his photo when he visited IKEA Tampines with his wife. Why stoop to such low levels to discredit our Opposition politicians? Is there no better way to debate and forward our politics? Only because Dr Chee go to IKEA during office hours, PAP fans take a dig at him, mocking him for being jobless?

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MEDIACORP ACTOR TIPS HELPFUL STAFF AT IKEA, DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY HE WAS REJECTED

Today I was furniture shopping for my new place at Ikea. I think everyone knows by now that ikea is a self service mall. I was there with my pregnant wife (in a wheel chair) and Baby Aden ( on a stroller with my helper ) and I had 3 carts worth of packages to pick up and pay for. A ikea staff (Singaporean boy from SP) was helping me with some of the more complicated items and he offered to help me pick out and pack some of the boxes, he even helped me push 2 of the carts to the payment counter. Even thou he had a sian sian vibe throughout ( A Singaporean quirk I think ) he was actually really helpful and went out of his way to help me. So I offered him a tip. Which... You guessed it. He rejected it, very nicely I must add.

The point I'm trying to make here is, why reject the tip? Is it rude to or "frown upon" to take a tip in Singapore? Singapore's service standard is horrible to say the least, and people are in the service line to make a living. So why reject a good will tip when you clearly deserve it?

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IKEA: RECALL OF LATTJO BAT CAPE

IKEA is recalling the LATTJO bat cape after receiving reports about 3 children who had received marks and scratches on the neck while using the capes.

It appears the cape got stuck and was not easily detachable from the neck of the children.

While no injuries requiring medical attention have been reported globally, to prevent the the risk of strangulation or injuries to the neck, IKEA has decided to take the precautionary measure of recalling the product.

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