Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: Produced in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia
Fermented oat base
Produced by Oatly in Landskrona, Sweden.
Origin: Sugar: Sweden.
Orange juice concentrate: Brazil.
Lemon juice concentrate: Italy.
Apple juice concentrate: Netherlands.
Elderflower extract: Poland.
Corn starch: France, Hungary, USA.
Origin: Netherlands, Germany .
Origin: Netherlands, Germany.
Origin: USA, China, France.
This oatgurt started out as an adorable 150 grams, but we liked it so much, we decided to expand it to a giant, yet still pretty adorable, 1000 grams. And we are excited about this new size. But we’ll see how it sells.
The taste, well, that’s still amazing. The three absolute freshest flavors in the whole taste universe are carefully balanced in a delicious combination — lemon, elderflower and oats. If we were a multinational food company, we’d probably market this oatgurt by putting a nice big dollop in a bowl next to the carton (of course) on a tropical sandy beach near a palm tree where that oatgurt would glisten in the sunshine like suntan oil on a swimsuit model (only some sand would probably get caught in the oatgurt, which could make it considerably less sexy), and the headline would be: “Today’s breakfast is sunshine in a box….”. Or something like that.
This oatgurt has been enriched with both calcium and vitamins. And each serving has about 2.1 grams of fat, but 1.8 grams of that is unsaturated, which is the good kind of fat*. You can Google "unsaturated fat" if you want to form your own opinion instead of just reading about it on a page like this where unsaturated fat is favored. Chances are, though, you’ll arrive at the same conclusion.
What might be less amazing
You may think 4 grams of added sugar sounds like a lot. And we’d agree with you if the total amount of oatgurt was 5 grams or something. But since we’re talking 100 grams of oatgurt and the added sugar is just 4 grams, it's no big deal, is it? At least we don’t think so, since the rest of the sugar, about 4.5 grams, comes naturally from fruits and oats. Of course, you don’t have to agree with us. If you want to skip the added sugar, you can try our natural oatgurt instead. But then you might miss the flavor, because yes, natural also means “plain”. Decisions. Decisions.
* Replacing saturated fat with unsaturated fat can help you maintain a normal cholesterol level. Yeah!
Fermented oat base (water, oats 12%, fermentation culture), sugar (4%), potato starch, juice concentrate (orange, lemon (0,6%) and apple), apple, repressed oil, potato protein, elderflower extract (0,6%), corn starch, natural flavour, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphates, vitamins (D2, riboflavin and B12).
Where does it come from?
Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 340 kJ/80 kcal
Fat 2,1 g
of which saturated 0.3 g
Carbohydrates 14 g
Of which sugars 8,5* g
Fiber 0.9 g
Protein 1.1 g
Salt 0 g
Vitamin D 1.5 μg (30%**)
Riboflavin 0.21 mg (15%**)
Vitamin B12 0.38 μg (15%**)
Calcium 120 mg (15%**)
Betaglucan 0.4 g
* * Approx. 4 g added sugar. The remainder (approx. 4.5 g) is natural sugars from oats and fruit.
**Of the Daily Reference Intake
Perfect for afternoon snacks, midnight snacks, lunch, dinner, and of course, breakfast. But maybe not all on the same day.
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