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IKEA has come up with a new bedbug solution for those who need to sleep in their own bed, and is now working on its own bed bug egg collection.
IKEa says it’s now “working closely” with the Australian Government to develop an “emergency supply chain” to deliver the product to Australians.
“We are in the process of developing an emergency supply chain for our new product that will enable us to provide a high quality product in a timely fashion to ensure Australians can safely sleep in our beds,” IKEAS Australia general manager of consumer services, Joanna Kooij, said.
“IKEA Australia has partnered with the Department of Health, the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the Department for Agriculture, the Federal Government and the Queensland Government to ensure this emergency supply is secure and secure for Australian households.”
The company says it has “over 2,000,000” eggs for sale online.
The company says the eggs are “designed for a variety of uses”, such as “refrigeration, dry cleaning, laundry, and washing, cooking, and baking”.
The eggs are manufactured in the US, which means they could easily cross into Australia, IKEAs director of product development and manufacturing, Andrew D’Oliveira, said in a statement.
The product will be available for purchase by the end of March.
A statement from IKEas Australia said the eggs will not be used for food.
If you have a question about bed bugs, contact IKEs Australian Product Development Team on 1300 224 922. “
As we do, we will be sharing information and insights with the public.”
If you have a question about bed bugs, contact IKEs Australian Product Development Team on 1300 224 922.
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