Oat Drink “No” Sugars

The keep it cold version of our “No” sugars oat drink has a less sweet taste and shouldn’t be confused with chill-out lounge music.

Oat Drink "No" Sugars Chilled 1L


You can have the Chilled Oat Drink “No” Sugars in your coffee, tea or on its own, cook or bake with it or use it in any way you would have used cow’s milk when that was a thing people did. It has things like fiber, vitamins, calcium and iodine inside, and it can be stored in a fridge for 75 days before opening. No dairy, no soy, “no” sugar but yes, a less sweet taste.

Less sweet, still carbs

For our “No” sugars products we don’t use the same production process involving the breaking down of the oat’s carbohydrates into sugars, that we use for our other oat drinks. Instead, when you gulp some of this freshly made oat drink, your body turns the carbohydrates into sugars. Yeah, that’s just the basic biology of the human digestive system and is an important part of getting energy for your body and brain.

To make it work in coffee, we’ve added an acidity regulator, but we would never put anything in our products that isn’t totally necessary or totally approved for consumption.

More about this product

  • Why quotation marks around the “No” in Oatly “No” sugars?

    When carbohydrates enter your body, they are broken down into sugars. Easy now, this is totally normal and happens to all food containing carbohydrates, like porridge, fruit, beans, lentils, rice, and oat drink. It’s how your body gets energy so your brain can function properly. But it also means that you get sugars as soon as this drink touches your tongue. The quotation marks are there to be transparent about this natural process. Read more here.

  • What are carbohydrates?

    Carbohydrates, or carbs, are essential to provide energy for all cells in your body and can come in the form of starch, sugar, or fiber. Read more about carbs and things like sugars, GI and GL here.

  • Does this mean that your regular Oat drink has added sugar?

    No. For a regular oat drink like Oatly’s, some of the starch is turned into sugars during production, but with a no-sugar or sugar-free oat drink your body takes care of that process. Either way you end up with only slightly less carbs from the “No” sugars. Lucky you! About half of your daily energy should come from carbs.

  • How do I use the “No” sugars Oatly oat drink?

    For cooking and baking

    1. Find any recipe that you want to cook or bake.

    2. Where it says milk, use this oat drink instead.

    For coffee, tea or hot chocolate

    1. Make the usual preparations.

    2. Use this oat drink instead of milk from a cow.

    For drinking

    1. Pour the oat drink into a glass, mug or a cup.

    2. Drink

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  • Where can I buy this amazing oat product?

    Ask your favorite store to carry it or use our Oatfinder to locate a café serving Oatly Barista Edition.

  • I have notes, and some questions, who can I talk to?

    We created OatlyFans just to answer this and any other questions you might have.

  • I hate Oatly but I don’t know how to put it in words.

    You sound like the person our digital media specialist was referring to as the “target demographic” for this site: fckoatly.com/

  • How do you calculate the climate footprint of this product?

    We gather data on greenhouse gas emissions from grower to grocer and put it through a platform called CarbonCloud that uses 20 years of research in the food-system field to crunch the numbers and get the final carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e) number. When the counting and analyzing are done, an impartial verifier professional double-checks the calculations. Basically, our numbers are scrutinized by people who really know what they’re doing. Read all about it here.


Where are the ingredients?

Since our ingredients often differ slightly between markets they are not available on the global site.