Found this on Reddit:
So, in my designated role as Easter Bunny aka mom, I hit up the grocery stores for suitable chocolate goodies for my twin sons. My boys are young and, as any parent of twins can attest, toys/treats pretty much have to be identical for each child, otherwise hell hath no fury. One of my sons has a peanut allergy, so I have to be careful in my selection.
So on this day, I found the choices definitely lacking. (Blame that on the Easter Bunny having procrastination issues.) At the second store, I finally found 2 Lindt Gold Bunnies. They were over $9 bucks apiece, but whatever...only a "may contain tree nuts" warning on the boxed cover so it's worth it.
Cut to Easter morning and both boys are very excited to get their baskets with the Gold Bunny as the chocolate centerpiece. They rip into them, and my son with the allergy diligently stops to read for peanuts (as he's been taught to do). Nothing on the outside box, so he tears into the bunny. He looks at the foiled wrapping (previously covered by the box) and sees at the bottom: MAY CONTAIN PEANUTS. Holy crap. He couldn't eat it, and he was CRUSHED. CRUSHED!! Easter Bunny felt like sh** and the day was just kind of shot.
Easter Bunny wrote a letter of complaint to Lindt for which they opted to completely ignore. Lindt Chocolate..how dare you stupidly disappoint a little boy on Easter morning.
Phew..okay..thanks for allowing me to rant...I obviously needed this since, it's been almost a month and I'm still holding a grudge.https://www.reddit.com/r/rant/comments/4g3j28/lindt_chocolate_you_should_be_ashamed/