Things we do


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 we care about. 

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Dairy-Free at the Berlinale

When a big international film festival takes away dairy milk, how do its attendees react? By not really noticing, it turns out.

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Everything You Want to Know About Oatly’s Secret Lab in Philadelphia

Except what you can’t know.

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Lunch With Al

He’s been eating Jewish deli for more than 80 years. We asked him to try vegan corned beef. This is what happened.

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Long Ago, Horses Were Tractors and Oats Were Gas

It’s about American farming in the early 20th century. Read on, it’ll make sense soon.

What We Learned at COP27 (and What We Didn’t)

What We Learned at COP 27 (and What We Didn’t)

The food system finally played a key role, but our esteemed Oatly correspondent was left wanting more.

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When an Oat Latte Is Illegal

A barista just had to smuggle oat drink into a coffee competition. It shouldn't be this way.

Bulent Aslan decorating the walls of his deli with Oatly cartons

Design By Bulent

Meet Bulent Aslan, the London deli owner and genius designer, creating art out of Oatly cartons.

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The U.S.S. Boatly

In the summer of 2022, a Colorado man named Nate had a vision: A boat made out of Oatly cartons. This is his story.

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You Asked for It, We Listened. Here Are Photos of an Oat Mill in Sweden.

Please don’t say we never gave you anything.

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State of Denial

In the ’80s and ’90s, U.S. states overwhelmingly anointed milk as their beverage of choice—even when it didn’t make any sense.

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Least Relevant Comments

Descend deep into social media commentary about meat alternatives at chain restaurants. Find hell.

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Does This Scot Know Oats Best?

Probably. Coinneach MacLeod fell for the humble oat because of its versatility in Scottish cuisine—and because it can spin a good yarn.