Ikea recalls marshmallow candies due to mice infestation

Lloyd Doyle
February 24, 2018

Customers are advised to return the product to their nearest store where they will receive a full refund regardless of whether they have kept the receipt. "Point-of-sale notices will be displayed in all IKEA stores that sold the implicated batches requesting customers who have bought this product to return it to an IKEA store".

The flat-pack furniture giant, which also has a popular food hall, has issued a product recall notice for their GODIS PÅSKKYCKLING marshmallows - which are Easter-themed candies aimed at children.

Food safety is a priority at IKEA and as a precautionary measure, we are recalling GODIS PÅSKKYCKLING, marshmallow candy 100g.

The recall relates to 100g packets, with "Best before" dates between October 23rd 2018 and January 26th 2019.


The best before date is stamped at the back of the packaging, and no receipt is required to return the product, the company said.

No other Ikea products are known to be affected.

However, in the same year there was praise for the retailer and its food.

In 2013, the furniture retailer was dragged into the horsemeat scandal, after tests in the Czech Republic revealed traces of horsemeat in a consignment of meatballs made in Sweden.

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