The flavour - as the packaging happily tells you, is Wild African Cream Liqueur, with Almond Nougat. The list of ingredients attests to the presence of almonds. Perhaps I'm botanically naive, but I'd always understood that almonds were nuts, unlike peanuts which are legumes.
Why then was there an additional warning claiming that the product may contain traces of "nuts or tree nuts"? And... nuts grow on trees. Which makes that sentence just a little redundant. A bit like claiming that a bottle of Karoo Rain bottled water may contain water or H2O. Or Cerebos table salt may contain salt or sodium chloride.
But then, the product also happily advised, the content was approximately 1% alcohol. That's just under a quarter the strength of beer. So eating a sufficiently large helping of that frozen yoghurt could obviate the need to intoxicate oneself on the bloating liquid... which might also explain the communication confusion on the packaging.
(Perhaps they should write the packaging blurb before excessive consumption of the contents? Just a thought...)