Chocolate Fudge

We usually make a big deal about our fiber, unsaturated fat and vitamins. And we’re always talking about our healthy oats and how properly balanced our products are, too. But with our Chocolate Fudge ice cream, we are sort of doing the opposite. Without having cleared any of this with the nutritionist, it could be said that this ice cream breaks all our own records for unhealthiness, imbalance and general reckless abandon. And our other luxury ice cream, Hazelnut Swirl lives up to the same indulgent standards. But hello. If you are going to have an ice cream, why not do it properly?

WHAT'S AMAZING

Three quick points:
• The cocoa is certified by the Cocoa Horizon Foundation. Which means it is 100% sustainably sourced and creates thriving cocoa farming communities.
• New packaging with 79% less climate impact compared to the previous one!
• Vegan! (Yes, it’s a given. But three points are so much more satisfactory than two.)

WHAT MIGHT BE LESS AMAZING

The fact that our ice cream can be called ice cream means it lives up to certain principles of consistency. It also means it’s cold, which obviously contributes to its ice-cream-like firmness. Stabilizers help do that job too, but unsaturated fat is not so great at it. So we use a different fat - a plant-based fully-hydrogenated one. If any of this is confusing, don’t worry, you’ll totally understand once you scoop it into a bowl or a cone and take a bite.

More about this product

  • 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.

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  • 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.

Ingredients

Where are the ingredients?

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