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IKEA has long been known and loved for its food offering, with its Swedish meatballs one of the major highlights of a trip to the store for many people. But throughout May it's about to get even better, as the furniture store is offering customers afternoon tea – or Swedish Fika – and it only costs £5 per person! What does Swedish Fika mean? Fika is considered a social institution in Sweden; it means having a break, most often a coffee break, with either your colleagues, your friends, a date or with family. The menu includes everything from the famous meatballs to cinnamon buns