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Why Aldi Is Recalling A Fan-Favorite Chocolate Dessert

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When brothers Karl and Theo Albrecht took over the family store in Germany in 1946, they had little idea that it would one day become an international hit. While Aldi took a little while to take off in America, it's become known for its high-value, no-fuss approach to groceries and products.

One thing Aldi does well though is cost-effective candy, as their Moser-Roth brand of chocolate has had chocolate connoisseurs amazed during taste testing. However, a type of Reese's chocolate was recently recalled from all Aldi stores Australia-wide.

This urgent recall across Australia occurred because the packaging for Reese's Dipped Pretzels didn't contain the warning "contains peanuts." Even though the front of the package clearly says "Bite-sized pretzels dipped in peanut butter candy," they did not meet the legal requirement in Australia for consumer safety warnings.