How to turn leftover oat waste into renewable electricity
Oatly is recycling leftover oat waste into renewable electricity in New Jersey
In the heart of Northern Michigan, hidden in a dense cedar forest in the small town of Mesick, lies a little-known body of water called...
After burning out in her advertising career, Mérida Miller decided it was time for a change. She founded Project Fearless (PF) in 2019...
One oat drink company's quest to train a new and inclusive class of Chinese baristas.
The coffee world is home to the most interesting people we know. Hey Barista is a place built for those people’s opinions, musings, art...
The race to grow the world's greatest oat
It's not rocket science... it's better Rocket scientists get a lot of credit. But don’t be fooled by their over-the-top launch...
“We only do oats” is a fun little slogan we say around the office, but it’s not 100% true. A lot of the time we’re committing ourselves to projects that go way beyond making and selling oats.
There’s only so many weird and interesting stories we can tell on the side of an Oatly package, so we carved out a little space for updates on the work we’re doing and the issues we care about.
After burning out in her advertising career, Mérida Miller decided it was time for a change. She founded Project Fearless (PF) in 2019, an after-school program in Amsterdam dedicated to empowering girls through skateboarding, boxing, science, and “artivism.”
The coffee world is home to the most interesting people we know. Hey Barista is a place built for those people’s opinions, musings, art, ideas and randomness.
Black queer travel guide
The world is your oyster: travel guides prove it. They show that beautiful and exotic destinations across the world are accessible to all. But who are they catering for, really?
You’ve probably seen these adverts plastered all over your city or television and thought, “I can’t tell if I hate these or love these, but I’m intrigued by this oat stuff they speak of.” Well, that’s sort of what we were going for.