Oat Milk Low Sugars

Our oat milk with the least sugar in the ingredients list will satisfy any oat drink lover with an unsweet tooth.

A less-sweet taste

You can drink it in your coffee, tea or on its own, cook or bake with it and use it in any way you would have used cow’s milk in a previous lifetime. It has fibre, vitamins, and calcium to complement your meal, and you can store it at room temperature from one Scandinavian midsummer to the next. No dairy, no soy, no nuts, almost no sugar but yes, a less-sweet taste.

The truth about carbs

If you really don’t like sugar in your body, you might not like the biological fact that when this low-sugar product touches your tongue, your body starts breaking down the carbohydrates into sugar because that’s how the human digestive system works. It’s an important part of getting energy for your body and brain, and about two-thirds of your daily energy should come from carbohydrates, so you're cool.

More about this product

  • What happens when carbohydrates enter my body?

    When carbohydrates enter your body, they are broken down into sugars. Easy now, this is totally normal and happens to all food containing carbohydrates, like porridge, fruit, beans, lentils, rice, and oat drink. It’s how your body gets energy so your brain can function properly.

  • Does this mean that your regular Oat drink has added sugar?

    No. Oatly's regular (unflavoured) oat drinks only contains sugar derived from the oats. For a regular oat drink like ours, some of the starch is turned into sugars during production, but with our No Sugars oat drink your body takes care of the process of breaking down the starch to sugars. Either way you end up with a similar amount of carbs from the No Sugars oat drink as from the regular oat drink. Lucky you! About half of your daily energy should come from carbs.

  • How is this different from your chilled No Sugars Oat Drink?

    The short version, it’s the packaging. The chilled version needs to be always stored in the fridge but the ambient flat-topped package can be kept in room temperature before opening. For a longer version of this answer go here.

  • Where can I buy this amazing oat product?

    Ask your favorite store to carry it or use our Oatfinder to locate a café serving Oatly Barista Edition.

  • I want to discuss this product more! 

    Yes! Go to OatlyFans where our chat-hungry human oat bots are waiting for you.

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  • How do you calculate the climate footprint of this product?

    We gather data on greenhouse gas emissions from grower to grocer and put it through a platform called CarbonCloud that uses 20 years of research in the food-system field to crunch the numbers and get the final carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) number. When the counting and analyzing are done, an impartial verifier professional double-checks the calculations. Basically, our numbers are scrutinized by people who really know what they’re doing. Read all about it here.

    *The climate impact of our products is expressed in kilograms of CO2e per kilogram of packaged food product. The calculations are based on a life cycle assessment approach from farm to shop. In this case it means that we consider all steps of the life cycle from the production of agricultural inputs, through agriculture, transport, processing, packaging, and distribution up until the product reaches the shelf of the grocery store. So, the calculated climate footprint does not consider transport from grocery store to home or cooking of product, or disposal of the packaging.


Water, OATS (10%), Vegetable Oil (Rapeseed), Acidity Regulator (Dibasic Potassium Phosphate), Mineral (Calcium Carbonate), Salt, Vitamins (Riboflavin, Vitamin D2, Vitamin B12).

Nutritional Values

Nutrition information, average quantity per 100ml,
of which saturates 0.2g
of which sugars<1g
Vitamin D20.5μg
Vitamin B120.24μg