Why aren't organic plant-based drinks fortified? While EU legislation allows dairy farmers to give their organic milk producers, a.k.a. cows, animal feed fortified with vitamins and minerals, we're not allowed to use the same fortified oats, give it directly to humans, and still call it organic. Forcing you to choose between a fortified oat drink and an organic one and us to admit that all that talk about purism was just a marketing spin. As luck would have it, you can get your minerals and vitamins through other parts of a well-balanced and plant-based diet, so you're good.
We won't bore you with our thoughts on being unable to fortify the organic oat drink; instead, let's celebrate that you can drink this amazing drink as it is and use it in your cooking and baking. It’s made with 100% organic oats, without any soy or milk, and unopened packages can be stored at room temperature.
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Where can I buy this amazing oat product?
Ask your favourite store to carry it or use our Oatfinder to locate a café serving Oatly Barista Edition.
How do I use this oat drink?
For cooking and baking
1. Find any recipe that you want to cook or bake.
2. Where it says milk, use this oat drink instead.
For coffee, tea or hot chocolate
1. Make the usual preparations.
2. Use this oat drink instead of milk from a cow.
1. Pour the oat drink into a glass, mug or a cup.
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I have notes, and some questions, who can I talk to?
We created OatlyFans just to answer this and any other question you might have.
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 scrutinised by people who really know what they’re doing. Read all about it here: oatly.com/footprint
IngredientsWater, OATS* 10%, sea salt. *Organic ingredient.
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