Talk about going all out on allergen warnings.

German discount grocer Lidl — ALDI’s biggest competitor in Europe —recalled its brand of fruit yogurts and honey peanuts because the packages don’t include warnings that the products may contain milk and peanuts.

According to the The Telegraph, Lidl is calling back its eight-piece of Milbona Fruit Yoghurt and Alesto Honey Peanuts because of the missing warnings.

“Lidle is recalling Milbona Fruit Yoghurt because it contains milk, which is not mentioned in English on the label,” says the Food Standards Agency. “This makes the product a possible health risk to anyone with an allergy or intolerance to milk or its constituents.”