Oatgurt Mixed Berry

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  • Oat Icon Glyphosate Free
  • Oat Icon Vegan

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Our really smart Oatgurt product development person, Kathryn, says, “I wanted this to be a nice, fresh mix of berries that reminds you of summer, but you can eat it all year long.” By the way, it should be noted that raspberry takes the lead here with blueberry and strawberry providing backup. The raspberry-forward flavor gives this product an exceptional tanginess that sets it apart in the world of mixed berry yogurts. But like with most super successful trios, everyone’s just pretending all three are equally important, so this product is called “Mixed Berry” instead of something like “Raspberry and the Other Berries.”

This paragraph about our rapeseed oil is only here under “What might be less amazing” because rapeseed has a bit of an image problem here in the US. But just like in Europe, we use only non-GMO, low erucic acid rapeseed oil in our products. It is expeller-pressed, which means the oil is extracted and produced without the use of creepy chemical solvents like hexane. It also has a neutral flavor, which is key when you are an oat company making plant-based products designed to be easily swapped for the rather neutral flavors of dairy products. Anyway, maybe someday this rapeseed oil paragraph will be up there in the “What’s amazing” section. Fingers crossed.

Kathryn says this one is a sweet little punch in your mouth. No milk, no soy, no nuts. Only wonderful oat and raspberry and strawberry and blueberry plant-based vibes. That’s all.

Oatmilk (water, oats), mixed berry jam (cane sugar, water, blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, natural flavor, tapioca starch, pectin, lemon juice concentrate, citric acid), low erucic acid rapeseed oil, potato starch. Contains 2% or less of: dextrose, pea protein, potato protein, calcium carbonate, guar gum, tricalcium phosphate, locust bean gum, live active cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus, L. casei, L. acidophilus, B. lactis.).

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Nutrition Facts (1 container, 150 g)

  • Calories
    170
  • Fat
    7 g (9%*)
  • Saturated
    0.5 g (3%*)
  • Trans Fat
    0 g
  • Cholesterol
    0 mg (0%*)
  • Sodium
    10 mg (0%*)
  • Total Carbohydrate
    24 g (9%*)
  • Dietary Fiber
    1 g (4%*)
  • Sugars
    12 g
  • Includes 12 g added sugars (24%*)
  • Protein
    3 g
  • Potassium
    0%*
  • Calcium
    10%*
  • Iron
    6%*
  • Vitamin D
    0%*
* % Daily Value.
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