IKEA Launches Swedish Meatball Scented Candle & Foodies Can’t Keep Calm

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by Sanjana Shenoy
by Sanjana Shenoy 1393

If you’ve ever gone to an IKEA store, you’d know that collecting free pencils, relaxing on the comfy couches, debating over furniture measurements and gorging on the iconic meatballs are simply mandatory experiences. IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad opened a restaurant in the store for the first in 1956 as he believed it’s difficult for customers to do shopping on an empty stomach. After 30 years, IKEA introduced the most iconic dish, Huvudroll Meatballs. To date, these meatballs sell more than any other IKEA product. Now, taking every foodie’s love for the IKEA meatballs to a whole new level, the Swedish company has launched a Swedish Meatball scented candle. And we can’t keep calm.

Swedish Meatball Candle Makes A Debut At IKEA

IKEA fans can soon go to bed at night with the aroma of Swedish meatballs coming out from a candle. On August 4, the company announced that it will launch a meatball scented candle to commemorate the 10th anniversary of its loyalty program. The candle named, Huvudroll after the iconic meatball dish will be included in the “Store in a Box” gift box.. It is touted to smell just like IKEA bestselling dish.

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Picture Credits: IKEA/ nypost.com

Also Read: Tokyo Olympics: Pani Puri Is The Best Street Food For Athletes Reveals Javelin Thrower Neeraj ChopraWhile this gift has grabbed eyeballs, the other gifts still remain a secret. The gift boxes containing inedible sensory experiences will both surprise and delight IKEA Family members. They can enter the contest for a chance to win the “Store in a Box”. We hope the Huvudroll scented candle will be a regular at the store. Purchase it with a packet of frozen meatballs and you can have the ultimate gastronomical experience at the comfort of your home!

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