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Where do the ingredients come from?

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Oats

Origin: Grown in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia

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Fermented Oat Base

Produced by Oatly in Landskrona, Sweden.

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Fermentation culture

Origin: France.
Supplier: Dupont

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Rapeseed oil

Origin: Sweden.
Supplier: AAK

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Fully hydrogenated coconut oil

Origin: West Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia.
Supplier: AAK

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Fully hydrogenated rapeseed oil

Origin: EU.
Supplier: AAK

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Potato starch

Origin: Netherlands and Germany.
Supplier: Avebe

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Potato protein

Origin: Netherlands and Germany.
Supplier: Avebe

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Pectin

Origin: Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay.
Supplier: Caldic

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Salt

Origin: Denmark.
Supplier: Akzo Nobel

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Lactic Acid

Origin: Thailand.
Supplier: Brenntag

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Malic Acid

Origin: Italy.
Supplier: Univar

Spice Mix

Origin: Se below.
Supplier: Frutarom
Tomato puree: Spain, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, Chile.
Basil: France, Belgium, Italy, India, Peru.
Rapeseed oil: EU.
Salt: Switzerland, Germany.
Dried tomato: China.
Corn starch: Germany, USA.
Onion: Egypt, India.
Garlic: China.
Lemon juice: Argentina, Italy, Spain, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico.
Yeast extract: Switzerland, Germany, France.
White pepper: Vietnam, Malaysia, China, Indonesia, India, Brazil.

Oat Spread Tomato Basil

Oat Spread Tomato Basil

You may recognize this package, but didn’t it used to be sky blue and white? Actually, it is red and white now because we’ve taken the oat spread you know and love (hence the white color) and added sun dried tomato (red) and basil (…okay, not a lot of green here, but that’s probably because this product has more tomato than basil and therefore the designer’s color choice makes perfect sense). If you have tried the original oat spread before, you’ll get it. Just think that one plus flavor. If you have not tried the original oat spread before, this is a creamy and spreadable tomato and basil flavored spread that resembles soft cheese in consistency, except the “cheese” in “soft cheese” is plant-based.

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What’s amazing

Someone (aka the really smart people in the product development department) has figured out how to make Tomato Basil oat spread useful both cold and warm, which optimizes it for all kinds of delicious scenarios - for example, cooking situations.

Full of animal products. NOT. Of course. You cannot be more plant-based than this.

What might be less amazing

So, because we want this spreadable spread to actually be spreadable, it contains saturated fat. Or rather, fully hydrogenated fat. Which is unsaturated fat that has been converted to saturated and should not in any way be confused with trans-fat. Not.

Another thing that could end up here under What might be less amazing is if you, out of habit, grabbed everything to make a cheesecake with oat spread and didn’t notice this one is suddenly red now and you ended up with a tomato basil cheesecake. If so, sorry. On the other hand, if you were looking for a cheese, tomato and basil cake, then bon appétit!

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Oat Spread Tomato Basil
Ingredients

Fermented oat base (water, oats, fermentation culture), rapeseed oil, fully hydrogenated coconut- and rapeseed oil, potato starch, potato protein, tomato puree (1,5%), iodised salt, basil (1%), lemon juice, dried tomato (0,5%), onion, garlic, stabilizer (pectin), corn starch, yeast extract, white pepper, acid (malic acid, lactic acid).

Where does it come from?

Nutritional value

Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 887 kJ/224 kcal
Fat 19 g
Of which saturated 7,1 g
Carbohydrates 9,6 g
Of which sugars 3,7 g
Fiber 0,9 g
Protein 3,1 g
Salt 1,23 g

Other

Also available in green packaging for those who like garlic and cucumber and/or the color green.

What about gluten? Read more!

More than you would ever want to know about our products.

What makes Oatly Oatly and not just another company.

The map. Whenever getting cravings for a cappoatccino.

Potentially the most watched films about oats ever.

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