If there were reactions when we asked people to stop doing something we've been doing for the past 6000 years? You get one guess.
Black queer travel guide
The world is your oyster: travel guides prove it. They show that beautiful and exotic destinations across the world are accessible to...
Farmer seeking farmer
How can we feed more people using the same earth? Farmer Adam Arnesson and his colleagues decided to answer the question.
Climate change game
A shared interest in fighting climate change and an appreciation for dark humor served as the inspiration for a common project: Climate...
Is everything you have learnt about cow's milk true? Since Finland has the world's highest milk consumption, it was about time to find out.
Madison Stewart, also known as Shark Girl, has come out of the water for her toughest challenge ever: changing the shark fin industry by...
Stop Plant Based Censorship
Can people mistake oat drink for being milk, really? We decided to find out - and to let the EU know the result. If they listened? Yes!
“We only do oats” is a fun little slogan we say around the office, but it’s not 100% true. A lot of the time we’re committing ourselves to projects that go way beyond making and selling oats.
There’s only so many weird and interesting stories we can tell on the side of an Oatly package, so we carved out a little space for updates on the work we’re doing and the issues and we care about.
Climate change game
A shared interest in fighting climate change and an appreciation for dark humor served as the inspiration for a common project: Climate Change the Game.
Madison Stewart, also known as Shark Girl, has come out of the water for her toughest challenge ever: changing the shark fin industry by empowering fishermen.
Tiny pop up Munich
A sustainability expert and his friends built a tiny house as an answer to a big question: How can we make our living more sustainable?
For purpose jobs
Olivia Spaethe felt her career was missing a connection to the issues she cared about most: social and environmental activism. The solution? For Purpose Jobs.
You’ve probably seen these adverts plastered all over your city or television and thought, “I can’t tell if I hate these or love these, but I’m intrigued by this oat stuff they speak of.” Well, that’s sort of what we were going for.