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Q: What is the sugar content of the different Oatly drinks?

A: All of the Oatly oat drinks except for the Chocolate and Chocolate Deluxe (so, the Oat Drink Organic, Skinny, Original, Semi, Whole, and Barista Edition), as well as Creamy Oat, Organic Creamy Oat and Creamy Oat Fraiche, are free of added sugar. The sugar found in these products is inherent to the oats used and is produced as a natural result of our enzymatic production process. 

The Oat Drinks Chocolate and Chocolate Deluxe and the Vanilla Custard each contain a small amount of added sugar. However, this added sugar is kept to the minimum amount required to achieve the desired taste for each product. Additionally, our products are oat-based, so they also provide small amounts of many other nutrients and are not simply ‘empty calories.' While we believe these should be viewed as treats rather than a part of the daily diet, they absolutely have a place within a balanced diet.

Oatly Oat Drink Chocolate and Chocolate Deluxe:

  • contains a total of 7.5g and 7.1g sugar/100ml respectively. 3.5g and 3g of this is added sugar and the remainder is natural sugars from the oats. Oatly Oat Drink Chocolate and Chocolate Deluxe are low in saturated fat and rich in unsaturated fat. They're also a source of oat fibre, as well as being rich in calcium, iodine, riboflavin, vitamins B12 and D.
  • compares favourably nutritionally to most other chocolate-flavoured milk drinks and shakes.



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