Oat Drink "No" Sugars
It’s here! The oat drink most asked for by fitness influencers and regular people who just want less sugar but the same great taste. We made a “no” sugar drink, and it turned out to be the one that best fits with the D.I.Y. culture Oatly was inspired by back in the day. We don’t make it with the same production process we use for our other products, which involves breaking down the starch into natural sugar. Instead, this one leaves that process to you. As soon as this no sugar product touches your tongue, your body starts breaking down the carbohydrates into sugar because that’s how all food containing natural starch works in the human digestive system. Which makes this a Do-It-Yourself “sweetened” Oatly that leaves you with a less sugary taste. Sweet.
You can drink it in your coffee, tea or on its own, cook or bake with it and use it in any way you would have used cow’s milk in a previous lifetime. It has fiber, vitamins, and calcium to complement your meal, and you can store it at room temperature for 270 days or so before opening. No dairy, no soy, no nuts, “no” sugar and yes, amazing taste.
Last but not least
That thing we told you about your body turning the starch into sugar? It goes for all oat drinks claiming to have no, zero or less sugar. When carbohydrates enter your body, they are broken down into sugars. Easy now, this is totally normal and happens to all food containing natural starch.
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What might be less amazing
To make it perform like cow’s milk, we’ve added an acidity regulator, but we think the amazingness of being able to enjoy this product in whatever way you’re used to far outweighs any less amazing part. BTW, we would never put anything in our products that isn’t absolutely necessary or absolutely approved for consumption.
Where are the ingredients?
Since our ingredients often differs slightly between markets they are not available on the global site.
How do we make our oat drinks?
Our oat base is just oats and water. But it’s what we do with those oats and that water that makes Oatly so special.