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Aldi is urgently investigating that a popular brand of its almonds may contain peanuts after a Victorian mother has posted a message on Facebook with a wrongly labeled package

& # 39; This is so wrong & # 39 ;: Fear that a brand of Aldi almonds actually contains PEANUTS, because the horrible mother of an allergic child urges the supermarket to investigate

  • Aldi is investigating claims that a brand of its almonds could contain peanuts
  • A mother from Victoria claimed that she had bought the wrongly labeled package from Aldi
  • On Tuesday she posted photos of the package online with shocked commentators
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Aldi is urgently investigating that a popular brand of its almonds may actually contain peanuts.

The investigation comes from a Victorian mother who filed a formal complaint at the grocery store after claiming to have a packet of & # 39; Natural Almonds & # 39; had bought from Aldi, which turned out to be peanuts.

The woman's child has serious allergies, so she placed a photo of the packet of nuts on an allergy group on Facebook on Tuesday.

Aldi is urgently investigating that a popular brand of its almonds may contain peanuts after a Victorian mother has posted a message on Facebook with a wrongly labeled package

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Aldi is urgently investigating that a popular brand of its almonds may contain peanuts after a Victorian mother has posted a message on Facebook with a wrongly labeled package

& # 39; Package contains almond, although it is full of peanuts & # 39; s & # 39 ;, read the woman's caption in the post.

Comments on the post were furious about the alleged packaging error.

& # 39; That's a reminder there, & # 39; wrote a woman.

& # 39; This is so wrong, & # 39; another said.

& # 39; Deadly. & # 39; said a third commentator.

In a statement issued by Aldi to news.com.au the company confirmed that they had been contacted by a customer claiming to have purchased a mislabeled product.

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& # 39; Because the product is labeled & # 39; has almonds & # 39; and it is claimed that it contains peanuts & # 39; s, we are going on pace to validate this claim, & # 39; said the spokeswoman.

& # 39; Since we have received this customer contact, we have immediately assessed all products in our stores and the stock in our warehouses. To date, we have not discovered another case. & # 39;

From Wednesday evening, Oh So Natural Wholefoods Natural Almonds are not listed as a recalled product on the Aldi website.

In March 2018, Oh So Natural Wholefoods Almond Cashew and Cranberry bites were recalled by Aldi after discovering that the product contained peanuts.

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Aldi for comments.

From Wednesday evening, Oh So Natural Wholefoods Natural Almonds are not listed as a recalled product on the Aldi website
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From Wednesday evening, Oh So Natural Wholefoods Natural Almonds are not listed as a recalled product on the Aldi website

From Wednesday evening, Oh So Natural Wholefoods Natural Almonds are not listed as a recalled product on the Aldi website

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