IKEA S’pore now selling CNY goodies including Bak Kwa, Mandarin Oranges, Cookies & Pineapple Tarts

Only while stocks last

IKEA S’pore now has CNY goodies at their food market section

Going IKEA stores for new furniture this Chinese New Year? You might also want to pick up some goodies from their food market (outside the checkout section).

Starting this week from 2 January onwards, IKEA Singapore will be selling CNY foodstuffs such as everyone’s favourite bak kwa (Chinese sweet barbecue meat), mandarin oranges a.k.a. Lu Kan, Pineapple Tarts, as well as cookies in a selection of flavours including Peanut, Almond, Bangkit and more.

CNY Bak Kwa

IKEA’s very own Bak Kwa will be up for grabs at $22.80 for 500g.

Cookies & Tarts

Choose from a selection of cookies and tarts, available in giftable CNY-themed boxes. See below for the prices.

  • Suji Ball, 236g ($6.80)
  • Peanut Cookies, 176g ($6.80)
  • Almond Cookies, 232g ($7.80)
  • Bangkit Cookies, 160g ($7.80)
  • Pineapple Tart, 222g ($8.80)

Mandarin Oranges (24pcs)

Shoppers can also pick up this Mandarin Orange Bundle at $18.80 which comes with 24pc mandarin oranges and a RISATORP Basket.

The bundle offer is only available till 19 January or while stocks last.

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Customers can also purchase the oranges without the basket bundle, which costs $9.80 for 24pcs.

You can find these goodies at both IKEA Tampines and Alexandra, but only while stocks last.


IKEA Tampines

Address: 60 Tampines North Drive 2, Singapore 528764
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (till 11pm on Fri & Sat)

IKEA Alexandra

Address: 317 Alexandra Rd, Singapore 159965
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (till 11pm on Fri & Sat)

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