The travel mug is marked “Made in India”.
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IKEA has urged its customers in Malaysia to stop using the ‘Troligtvis’ travel mugs after it was found to contain excessive levels of chemicals
In a statement on Wednesday, 15 January, an IKEA spokesperson urged customers who own the Swedish furniture company’s line of Troligtvis travel mugs marked “Made in India” to stop using them.
The statement stated that the product contained “chemicals exceeding the prescribed limits”.
The mug was available in four different colours
According to the statement by IKEA, the mug came in beige, green, pink, and blue.
It was sold in Malaysia between August and October last year.
“IKEA takes product safety very seriously and all products are continuously tested to comply with applicable standards, legislation, and IKEA’s own requirements,” it said.
Customers can return the travel mug to any IKEA store for a full refund. IKEA said that no proof of purchase is required.
“We apologise for any inconvenience and thank you for your understanding,” the statement said, adding that for more information, customers can contact IKEA Customer Contact Centre at 03-7952 7575.
Meanwhile, IKEA has brought out all their snacks this Chinese New Year starting with its very own chicken bak kwa:
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