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Oatly

Where do the ingredients come from?

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Oats

Origin: Grown in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia

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Oat base

Produced by Oatly in Landskrona, Sweden.

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Sugar

Origin: Sugar beet from Sweden.
Supplier: Nordic Sugar

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Palm oil

Origin: Malaysia, Indonesia.
Supplier: AAK

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Rapeseed oil

Origin: Sweden.
Supplier: AAK

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Emulsifier E472e

Origin: Denmark
Supplier: Dupont

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Emulsifier E472b

Origin: Denmark
Supplier: Dupont

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Vanilla flavour

Origin: Sweden
Supplier: NordArom

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Stabilizer

Origin: USA
Supplier: Caldic

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Salt

Origin: Denmark
Supplier: Akzo Nobel

Colour

Origin: Germany
Supplier: NordArom

Vanilla Sauce

Vanilla Sauce

As a kid, this was the type of product that you wanted to find in the kitchen when no one else was around so you could drink it. It tastes that good. Now that you are grown up, you know such behavior isn’t very adult like but you should also know that we tried to make this so good that if you put a little on your finger, you would be tempted to revert back to those days when you were a kid and no one was in the kitchen to see you tip the jug and take a gulp.

Of course there is one big difference. This is made of oats, which means it is made on something that grows beautiful in the ground. Now over to the technical features section: you can whip it up to make it fluffy or just pour straight onto some berries from your garden or that apple pie you were thinking about making.

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What’s amazing

You can use this as it is or you can whip it to smithereens and watch it fluff up to double size. It’s completely vegan and contains 0% trans fat and only 3% saturated fat. Right now you could be thinking two things. Either you think this sounds great and you can’t wait to try it, or you think that all that fat talk is not enough to convince you and if that is the case, drop your smartphone, turn off your computer, jump on your segway and get to the store to give it a try. You may be pleasantly surprised.

What might be less amazing

So we let some sugar and extra aroma sneak into this product. Okay they didn’t sneak in there, we put them there and we did so because we think this product should be so good that your grandmother would rather serve this to her guests than the vanilla sauce she has been serving for 60 years, even if they were royal or diplomatic guests and were to stop by for a slice of apple pie after a hard day at work. Regarding our position on the palm oil used in this product I would personally like you to read this.

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Ingredients

Oat base (water, oats 10%), sugar, palm oil*, rapeseed oil, emulsifier (E472b, E472e), vanilla flavour, stabilizer (E415), iodised salt, colour (beta carotene).
*Sustainable and certified.

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Nutritional value

Nutrition information per 100 ml:
Energy 700 kJ/170 kcal
Fat 11 g
of which saturated 3.7 g
Carbohydrates 16 g
of which sugars 13 g
Fiber 0.8 g
Protein 0.8 g
Salt 0.14 g

Other

Use as it is or whip it for double the fluff. Perfect for fresh fruit or homemade pies or use as an ingredient in your own ice-cream.
No milk, soy, rice, nuts or almonds. If we win the test taste, then high fives all around. If you like this product come by the office for a high five.

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