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Woolworths shopper buys tart with 31 per cent jam – only to find THIS inside

‘Woolworths is at it again’: Shopper buys doughnut with 31 per cent jam – only to find THIS inside

  • Shopper takes to Reddit to share images of their less than advertised doughnut
  • Item is advertised as having 31 per cent flavoured filling but falls short of that 
  • The disappointed shopper took to Reddit to share the images 

A disappointed shopper has taken to the internet to share their dismay at the state of the jam doughnut they purchased from their local Woolworths. 

The shopper took to Reddit to post the image of the doughnut label which claims the snack contains 32 per cent flavoured filling. 

They then shared a picture of the doughnut, which showed a small amount of jam inside. 

A disappointed shopper has taken to the internet to share their dismay at the state of the raspberry doughnut they purchased from their local Woolworths

A disappointed shopper has taken to the internet to share their dismay at the state of the raspberry doughnut they purchased from their local Woolworths

The shopper took to Reddit to post an image of the doughnut label which claims the snack contains 32 per cent flavoured filling

The shopper took to Reddit to post an image of the doughnut label which claims the snack contains 32 per cent flavoured filling

‘Woolies at it again… stealing hopes and dreams. Is nothing sacred?’ the shopper captioned the image. 

A number of other Reddit users were quick to comment on the post. 

‘Take it back and tell them to jam it,’ one said. 

‘I have scratched a mozzie bite that has had more red coming out of it than that,’ another added. 

One user attempted to explain the lack of flavoured filling. 

‘31% by weight, not volume,’ the user wrote. 

Since being shared on the online forum the post has received a 90 per cent up vote and more than 40 comments. 

A Woolworths spokeswoman told Angle News Australia they would be investigating the complaint.  

They then followed up the label image with a side by side shot of the doughnut, firstly showing it as it was packaged, then showing it split open

They then followed up the label image with a side by side shot of the doughnut, firstly showing it as it was packaged, then showing it split open

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