The SCA outdated rule
The SCA continues to insist that in its World Barista Championship competition baristas must use cow’s milk when preparing drinks. This makes us wonder: what year is it?
What happens when pro-footballers switch to a plant-based diet? We teamed up with some real scientists, some proper institutions and...
Oatly in Otley
We love Oatly. They love Otley. We met at the 211th Otley Farm Show in West Yorkshire, England. Things got confusing.
The Tea Report
We heard that OATLY might taste like Satans diarrhea in tea. So we went to investigate this further by asking the tea experts themselves-...
How to turn leftover oat waste into renewable electricity
Oatly is recycling leftover oat waste into renewable electricity in New Jersey.
Better Oats for Finland
Voiko maatilaa kehittää kestävämmäksi ja tuottavammaksi samaan aikaan? Siinäpä kysymys, johon haluaisimme yrittää löytää vastauksen...
“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 we care about.
The Tea Report
We heard that OATLY might taste like Satans diarrhea in tea. So we went to investigate this further by asking the tea experts themselves- the British public.
In the heart of Northern Michigan, hidden in a dense cedar forest in the small town of Mesick, lies a little-known body of water called Oatly Lake.
After burning out in her advertising career, Mérida Miller decided it was time for a change. She founded Project Fearless (PF) in 2019, an after-school program in Amsterdam dedicated to empowering girls through skateboarding, boxing, science, and “artivism.”
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.