Some children’s clothes are made with peanuts, but the foods have never been found in Australia.
In 2013, a peanut farmer in New South Wales, south-east Australia, began selling a range of products made with peanut shells.
The first, made of peanut shells, were made of peanuts.
More than two years later, another range of peanuts was made, and peanut shells were removed from the shells.
In 2014, the New South Welsh Government banned the sale of peanuts, with some exceptions, but was able to allow the importation of peanuts for medicinal purposes.
The Department of Agriculture has told the ABC that it is aware of a variety of peanut products in the market and that its products are safe to consume.
The Federal Government has also approved the import of peanut shell products, but it has not approved the manufacture of peanuts themselves.
The ABC contacted the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Australian Bureau of Statistics about the safety of the peanut products.
“The Department of Defence has a list of products containing peanuts, including peanut shells and peanut oil,” a spokesperson said.
“We have not received any reports of adverse effects from the consumption of these products.”
In the meantime, the Department has issued a warning to parents about the possible health effects of the products.
The products in question are labelled as containing no peanuts, or peanuts containing peanuts.
The Government’s National Health and Medical Research Council advises that “no health risks are associated with the consumption and use of peanut oils or peanuts”.