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A shopper is stunned after discovering mysterious lumps when she cut her avocado

Holy guacamole! Shopper is stunned by mysterious lumps in her avocado – but there is a simple explanation

  • Shopper posted an online photo of an avocado with strange growths in it
  • People who viewed the photos said they were stunned by the strange find
  • Avocado & Australia revealed that there was a simple explanation for the mystery
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An Australian shopper is stunned after she has discovered mysterious lumps when she cut her avocado.

A photo that the woman shared online shows the strange bumps on the inside of her avocado peel after she had used up the fruit.

& # 39; Avocado & # 39; s … I bought it today at Aldi. Does anyone know about this please? & # 39; the woman wrote next to the photo.

Many people said they were also intrigued by the strange growths on the avocado skin.

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A shopper is stunned after discovering mysterious lumps when she cut her avocado

A shopper is stunned after discovering mysterious lumps when she cut her avocado

& # 39; I had it like this years ago and still have no idea, & # 39; a woman remarked.

However, the mystery was solved, with Avocados Australia confirming that the pits are the result of an insect bite on the fruit.

Woody clumps appear on the inside of the avocado skin after the bug bites the fruit.

The bites can be seen from the outside when they are fresh, but after a while the spots can heal, making it difficult to determine which fruit has been affected.

However, the stones caused by the insect bites do not affect the fruit and the flesh is still safe to eat – although the stones may not be eaten.

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Daily Mail Australia has contacted Aldi for comments.

However, the mystery of the customer has been solved, with Avocados Australia confirming that the pits are the result of an insect bite on the fruit (stock image)

However, the mystery of the customer has been solved, with Avocados Australia confirming that the pits are the result of an insect bite on the fruit (stock image)

However, the mystery of the customer has been solved, with Avocados Australia confirming that the pits are the result of an insect bite on the fruit (stock image)

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