Oatly oatmilk is a vegan, plant-based milk alternative made from gluten-free oats. Oatly’s unique manufacturing process was invented about 25 years ago at a famous university in Sweden by Oatly’s founder, Rickard Oste. He wanted to create a nutritious, delicious drink for people who couldn’t have dairy or who just didn’t like it, while using a primary ingredient that didn’t overly tax our environment. And a pretty well-known grain called oats did the trick.
How is it Made?
How is it Used?
Wherever and whenever you would find yourself drinking cow’s milk or pouring it in coffee or using it in a recipe, you can use Oatly oatmilk. It’s fresh, so you’ll want to keep it that way, in the fridge, and drink it within seven days.
Ingredients: Oatmilk (water, oats). Contains 2% or less of: rapeseed oil, dipotassium phosphate, calcium carbonate, tricalcium phosphate, sea salt, dicalcium phosphate, riboflavin, vitamin A, vitamin D2, vitamin B12.