Oatgurt Plain

  • Vegan
  • Gluten Free
  • Non-GMO
  • Glyphosate-Free
  • Kosher-UDE
  • VeganGluten FreeNon-GMOGlyphosate-FreeKosher-UDE

Our super smart food innovators are always finding new ways to make our non-dairy, plant-based foods better. And you might say that ...

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What's Amazing

This new Oatgurt of ours is still a totally vegan, oat-based yogurt alternative, only now the flavor is way better. It has that really nice signature tanginess you’d expect from the dairy-based stuff, and no one had to milk any large farm animals without their written consent. Yeah, amazing. This new Oatgurt also has a better texture. Think thick, creamy and velvety. Not THICK-thick like Greek yogurt. Medium-thick, like new and improved Oatgurt. Hope that helps. It’s also got live cultures in it, which is pretty cool for a lot of reasons, including the amazing way they make this product taste (those cultures help provide that previously mentioned yogurt tanginess), and also maybe cool for science reasons, like, say, if you get a kick out of eating something and exclaiming, “It’s alive!” like a mad scientist. Or maybe none of the above, because who are we to categorize your feelings about live cultures?

What might be less amazing

Our food scientists worked their magic to make Oatgurt’s new texture really creamy and velvety, and sometimes, the secret to magic is some saturated fat (seriously, that’s the secret most magicians are hiding, look it up). Also, while our plastic carton can be recycled, it is still plastic which, you know, we don’t love. FYI, the seal has to be discarded but the plastic cup is considered widely recyclable by our friends at How2Recycle.

Other

Plain but not basic. Keep it in the refrigerator. Well, until you want to eat it. Seriously, do not crawl into your refrigerator to eat Oatgurt.

Ingredients

Ingredients: Oatmilk (water, oats), potato starch, coconut oil. Contains 2% or less of: pea protein, tricalcium phosphate, live active cultures (S. thermophilus, L. bulgaricus, L. lactis, B. lactis, L. acidophilus).

Nutritional value

Nutrition Facts (1 container, 150 g)
Nutrition Value
Calories 130
Fat 5 g (6%*)
Saturated 4.5 g (23%*)
Trans Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg (0%*)
Sodium 20 mg (1%*)
Total Carbohydrate 17 g (6%*)
Dietary Fiber <1 g (3%*)
Sugars 7 g
Includes 7g added sugars (14%*)
Protein 3 g
Potassium 2%*
Calcium 15%*
Iron 6%*
Vitamin D 0%*

* % Daily Value.

** To find out why it says added sugars up there when we don't add sweeteners, click here.

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