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Oatgurt Blueberry

oatgurt - Oatgurt Blueberry (1000 g)

If you have come to this webpage to find out whether you should try our Oatgurt Blueberry, here’s the quick answer: Yes, for sure! But since you know the only reason this webpage exists is to get you to try our product, you are probably not going to take its word for it that easily. There will need to be a presentation of facts surrounded by a good amount of adjectives, aka the long answer. Cool. Here you go: Oatgurt Blueberry is creamy and thick with a fresh, juicy taste, just like a really good blueberry yogurt, only this one is made from plants. To be specific, these are real blueberries and real oats, both of which are grown from the earth’s soil in warm sunshine and...well, you know how plants work. It’s a perfect vegan treat for non-vegans, too. And we haven’t even gotten to the amazing part yet.

What’s amazing

Of course, a product as great as Oatgurt Blueberry requires a lot more than just lovely oats and blueberries. Besides some science-based magic thrown in by our product development team, rapeseed oil is along for the ride, providing the aforementioned creamy texture, as well as unsaturated fats — the good kind,* in case there was any confusion. A nice amount of calcium and iodine has been added too, plus some vitamin D2 and vitamin B12. If you decide to try this product, you can look forward to sorting the empty container as paper in the recycle bin the whole time you’re eating it. That has to be worth major bonus points, for sure.

What might be less amazing

If you were expecting our Oatgurt to have live cultures, this paragraph will disappoint you. But it does have a bit of good news: Our product development team shares your expectations and usually, when they think a great product would be even better if it was a certain way, it eventually becomes that certain way in the form of a “new and improved” version. So in the future, this paragraph will totally be deleted but for now, here it is, saying “No live cultures.”

* This product is rich in unsaturated fat. Replacing saturated fat in the diet with unsaturated fat helps maintain normal blood cholesterol levels.

oatgurt - Oatgurt Blueberry (1000 g)


Water, oats 10 %, sugar 5%, potato starch, rapeseed oil, modified potato starch, blueberry juice* 1.7%, blueberry puree* 1.3%, oat fiber, potato protein, maize starch, acids (malic acid, lactic acid), carrot juice*, hibiskus juice*, lemon juice*, natural flavourings, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, salt, vitamins (D2 and B12), potassium iodide.

*From concentrate.

Nutrition information per 100 g:
Energy 423 kJ/101 kcal
Fat 3.3 g
of which saturated 0.3 g
Carbohydrates 16 g
of which sugars 9.0 g
Fibre 0.9 g
Protein 1.3 g
Salt 0.06 g
Vitamin D 1.1 µg (22%*)
Vitamin B12 0.38 µg (15%*)
Calcium 120 mg (16%*)
Iodine 22.5 µg (15%*)

*Of the Nutrient Reference Values (NRVs).

Climate Footprint

0.58 kg CO2e per kg.
Source: CarbonCloud.


Just like with yogurt, separation may occur so stir before enjoying, okay? No milk, no soy, no whatever. Only amazing oat and blueberry plant-based vibes, in case you were wondering.

What about gluten? Read more!

Where do the ingredients come from?


Origin: Grown in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia, Berte Qvarn


Origin: Sweden and other EU countries.
Supplier: Nordic Sugar

Potato starch

Origin: USA
Supplier: Avebe

Rapeseed oil

Origin: Sweden
Supplier: AAK

Modified potato starch

Origin: USA
Supplier: Avebe

Fruit compound

Origin: Se below.
Supplier: Tastepoint
Blueberry juice: Poland, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark, Canada, Ukraine
Blueberry puree: Ukraine, Canada, Chile
Maize starch: Germany, USA
Carrot juice: The Netherlands
Hibiskus juice: The Netherlands
Lemon juice: Argentina, Italy, Spain, South Africa, Brazil, Mexico
Natural flavourings: EU, Switzerland


Origin: Sweden
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia

Potato protein

Origin: The Netherlands, Poland
Supplier: Avebe

Malic acid

Origin: Italy
Supplier: Univar

Lactic acid

Origin: The Netherlands
Supplier: Brenntag


Origin: France
Supplier: Termidor
Origin: USA
Supplier: Univar


Origin: Denmark
Supplier: Dansk Salt/Nouryon


Origin: France, Middle East, Europe and Asia.
Supplier: DSM