We just love this product. It’s made fresh from 100% gluten-free oats and enriched with calcium. It has amazing beta-glucans (big, scientific word for soluble fiber from oats), and is naturally low in saturated fat. When should you use it? Whenever you would use old school milk from cows—chilled in a glass, for cooking or baking—in exactly the same amounts.
Nutrition Facts per 1 cup (240 ml) Calories - 120 Fat - 5 g (6%*) Saturated - 0.5 g (3%*) 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.
The glutabacons, sorry make that beta-glucans. Why is that word so difficult? Anyway the difficult word is just a science-y name for the soluble fiber in oats. And since beta-glucans are naturally in oats, we made sure they’re naturally in our oatmilks. We do add some vitamins like A, D, riboflavin, B12 and calcium to keep things modern and cool for everyone--especially our vegan and vegetarian friends living rad plant-based lives.
what might be less amazing
The liquid oats in this product are produced in Canada and then sent to the US for packaging. The reason for this is that we are a small company with really high standards. When we look for partners that can handle our production and packaging needs, besides sustainability, the most important factor is that we can guarantee a safe and delicious product. Our partner in Canada does all of the above brilliantly.
No dairy, no soy, no nuts, no gluten, no GMOs, no way. Totally cool for both 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).