Some people just prefer less fat, no matter how good the fat in question happens to be. And if you’re one of those nice people, how cool and weird is it that you’re reading this paragraph on this website at this moment about this amazing Low-Fat Oatmilk with all the flavor of beautiful gluten-free oats and only one tiny gram of unsaturated fat per serving? It also has heart-healthy beta-glucans* (big, scientific word for soluble fiber from oats) and no dairy, nuts, soy, gluten or GMOs, but right now we’re talking about less fat. Or karma. Well, whatever we’re talking about, it’s the good kind.
Oatmilk (water, oats). Contains 2% or less of: dipotassium phosphate, calcium carbonate, tricalcium phosphate, sea salt, dicalcium phosphate, riboflavin, vitamin A, vitamin D2, vitamin B12.Where does it come from?
Nutrition Facts per 1 cup (240 ml)
Calories - 90
Fat - 1 g (2%*)
Saturated - 0 g (0%*)
Trans Fat - 0 g
Cholesterol - 0 mg (0%*)
Sodium - 100 mg (4%*)
Total Carbohydrate - 16 g (6%*)
Dietary Fiber - 2 g (7%*)
Soluble Fiber - 1 g
Total Sugars - 7 g
Includes 7 g added sugars (14%*)
Protein - 3 g
Vitamin D - 3.6 mcg (20%*)
Calcium - 350 mg (25%*)
Iron - 0.35 mg (2%*)
Potassium - 390 mg (8%*)
Vitamin A - 160 mcg (20%*)
Riboflavin - 0.6 mg (45%*)
Vitamin B12 - 1.2 mcg (50%*)
Phosphorus - 270 mg (20%*)
*% Daily Value.
Simple is this product’s middle name. Okay, it technically only has a first (Low-Fat) and last name (Oatmilk) because well, they fit so nicely on the carton. But simple is really what it’s all about. Just oats, water, a hint of sea salt and some calcium, vitamins and minerals to keep things on the extra healthy side. The slightly sweet flavor of oats is front and center and delicious in coffee and tea, on cereal, in recipes, poured into a nice glass and gulped, or you can lean into the whole simple thing and skip the glass altogether. Just gulp it from the container. Cheers.
what might be less amazing
Oatly products have unsaturated fat which is in oats naturally, and also in rapeseed oil which we add to some of our products for amazing texture and performance. But this product’s one gram of fat per serving comes only from oats, which is really great in our humble opinion, but you may notice the difference in texture as compared to Oatmilk Chilled.
*Soluble fiber from foods such as oats, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease. A serving of Oatly Low Fat Oatmilk supplies 1 gram of the 3 grams of beta-glucan soluble fiber necessary per day to have this effect.
No dairy, no soy, no nuts, no gluten, no GMOs.
Totally cool for vegans, weekend vegans and non-vegans.
It’s fresh! So you’ll want to keep it that way, in the fridge, and drink it within seven days (which shouldn’t be a problem).
Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: Grown in the US& Canada.
Supplier: Grain Millers
Made by Oatly in Millville, NJ.
Derived from limestone.
Riboflavin (Vitamin B2)
Derived from corn.
Acetate: synthetically derived
(cartons made after June 2020).
Palmitate: palm fatty acids
(cartons made before June 2020).
Derived from sugarcane.
Cyanocobalamin; derived from corn.