Aldiroasted pumpkin seeds with sea salt

I purchased some Southern Grove roasted pumpkin seeds with sea salt from Aldi on December 1, 2016. After purchasing the seeds I saw that peanut oil was used. I am wondering why they would use peanut oil on pumpkin seeds when seeds crate their own oils. I have a condition called G6PDD that makes peanuts and other nuts and seeds, their oil and other products made from or with them hazardous to my health as well as the health of 70, 000 other Americans. I purchased the pumpkin seeds as a healthier alternative for myself. Now I can't purchase them at all because of the use of peanut oil. Unless Southern Groves starts to roast their seeds without peanut and other oils. To learn more about the oils that could affect your consumers visit g6pddeficiency.org/wp/2014/11/19/cooking-oil-contributing-oxidative-stress/#.WENquOIMHqB

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