Does the world really need another green oat spread? Well, yes, because if you look closely, you will see that this one comes in a slightly darker green package than the previous one, and if you look even closer or actually read it, you will discover that the set up is completely different (except for the basic stuff that is left if you remove all the flavors). Light green product: Garlic & cucumber. Darker green product: Garden herbs. Major difference. So unless you eat with your eyes…no, that’s not right…so unless you’ll eat anything just because it’s green, we should also let you know that this dark green product contains chives, parsley, basil, wild garlic, onion, garlic, lemon juice and black pepper. Now, let’s go back to the question of whether the world really needs another green oat spread, a question that was not asked by anyone other than ourselves. We actually take it back. There are lots of things the world needs more of, but since we specialize in oat products, it just feels right for us to add another flavored oat spread into the world of spreads, so we did.
Two airtight arguments are #1: It is flavored with real herbs, which means both the flavor and the color are natural, and #2: It works both as a topping for your sandwich and for your cooking—cold as well as hot. Were you hoping for more amazingness? It’s just a spread you know. Pull yourself together.
What might be less amazing
If you, for example, hate parsley but love all the other herbs in this Garden Herbs spread, it’s too bad we don’t have a version with all the other herbs except parsley. However, you can get the natural flavor of this oat spread and add your own herbs. Or, mix the natural spread with the Garden Herbs spread and get a slightly less parsley-ish Garden Herbs. The sky’s the limit in the world of oat spreads!
Water, rapeseed oil, fully hydrogenated vegetable oils (coconut, rapeseed), oats 8%, potato starch, chive, potato protein, onion, iodised salt, onion powder, parsley, basil, garlic, lemon juice from concentrate, corn starch, garlic powder, stabiliser (pectin), acids (malic acid, lactic acid), black pepper.
Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 889 kJ/215 kcal
Fat 18 g
Of which saturated 7,1 g
Carbohydrates 9,7 g
Of which sugars 3,6 g
Fiber 0,9 g
Protein 3,0 g
Salt 1,15 g
Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: Sweden, West Philippines, Malaysia
Origin: Netherlands and Poland.
Origin: Argentina, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay.
Supplier: CP Kelco
Origin: Se below.
Chive cut: France, Belgium, Germany, Netherlands.
Parsley cut: France, Belgium, UK, India, Italy, Netherlands.
Basil: France, UK, Italy, Norway, Belgium.
Bear's garlic: Bulgaria, France, Bosnia.
Maize starch: Denmark, USA.
Onion: Egypt, India.
Garlic powder: Canada