So, we put fruit together with oats to create a pretty delicious way to spend your afternoon break or your bike ride to the gym. You can sip it totally laid back or drink the entire carton in one gulp, but when you are finished you will be ready to go back to doing whatever it was you were planning on doing, refueled on the power of nature. Sorry about that, we should know better than to think that we have to sell this to you. Please try one sometime if you feel like it and feel the difference it makes to be charged on something healthy or don’t, that’s cool too. Whatever.
It’s the natural energy combination of oats and fruit with no added sugar*. A few more benefits? Affordable, convenient, delicious, satisfying and smooth. That sounded like we were a corporate company making claims, really sorry about that. Here’s a small piece of advice. Just try it, because the taste is what does it for the guy writing this.
What might be less amazing
All energy is not created equal. You can get a boost from synthetic caffeine or shiny cans of carbonated sugar or you can get what you need from oats. So, you should know that if you are looking for a sugar kick that is not what we mean by energy. You will be disappointed and go back to powering your Green Elephant Explosion. That’s perfect. The natural energy you can look to get here is sustained energy release without the crash that follows. Just think a big morning bowl of oatmeal without all the lumps.
* Sweetened with fruit
Oat base (water, oats 12 %), fruit concentrate (apple juice concentrate, concentrate of strawberry puree, colour (beet root red), lemon juice concentrate, elderberry extract, natural flavour), stabilizer (pektin).
Nutrition information per 100ml:
Energy 270kJ/60 kcal
Fat 0.6 g
Of which saturated 0.1 g
Carbohydrates 13 g
Of which sugars 9.5 g*
Fiber 1.1 g
Protein 1.3 g
Salt 0 g
Betaglucan 0.5 g
*Natural sugars from oats (4,6 g) and fruit (4,9 g).
Allegedly, super handy and portable. Tastes better than anything in the entire world according to the guy writing this sentence. Whatever your question was you probably already know the answer. Keep ‘em chilled.
Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: Grown in Sweden.
Supplier: Lantmännen Cerealia.
Produced by Oatly in Landskrona, Sweden.
Origin: Italy, Chile, Brazil, Turkey, Spain, China.
Origin: Poland, Spain.
Origin: Hungary, Poland.
Origin: Turkey, Poland, USA.
Origin: Argentina, Italy, Spain.