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Oatly and Our Fiber Residues

When we produce our oat drink, it’s not possible to make use of every part of the raw oats in the final product. This means we’re left with a separated portion of oat fiber residues, i.e. our leftovers, which we usually refer to as our “oat residues”. We definitely don&rsquo

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Oat Drink With Carbon Dioxide Equivalents

If you are wondering how we calculated that number and why you are in the right place!  The climate impact of our products is expressed in kilograms of CO2e per kilogram of the packaged food product. The calculations are based on a life cycle assessment approach from farm to shop. In this case,

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Food, Transport, People & Planet

We don’t want to sound alarmist, but we are living in a climate emergency. Everybody knows this to a certain extent. It’s tangible. We can see the smoke from the factories and the plastic in our oceans, we feel the emissions when we fly, like a jetlag of guilty conscience in our bones, a

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Change Isn't Easy

Oatly was founded on the idea of change. Our entire reason for existence has been to bring change and transparency to existing food systems that are currently responsible for 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions, half of which come from the meat and dairy industry. Our idea was, and still is, to

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Third-Party Manufacturer Voluntary Recall in USA

One of our contract manufacturing partners in North America, Lyons Magnus– at the direction and in cooperation with the FDA - announced an expansion on August 10, 2022 of their original July 28, 2022 voluntary recall to include additional brands, products and best by dates. This

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Is Oatly Oat Drink Like Soda?

The short answer: No! The sugar level is about 3.5g sugar per 100 ml oat drink, which is pretty much the same as in cow’s milk (but then it’s all about lactose instead of maltose). Just as you probably wouldn’t compare whole grains to candy (even though they have carbohydrates as a

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A Few More Points on CO2e

Let us guess! You were sipping your morning coffee with your favorite Oatly barista edition. Your thoughts were peacefully wandering when some numbers on the oat drink carton caught your eye. The CO2e label. What are those numbers really? And why haven’t you seen them on other food packages? Y

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Oatly and Sustainability-Strategic Ingredients

Here’s a piece on some of our favorite things to consume, aside from oat drinks and TikTok videos featuring cute animals or plant-based recipe tutorials. Things like chocolate and coffee, of course! But as we say in Sweden, you have got to “take the good with the bad” and even things that bring

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Oatly and Fortification

Let’s get right into it! Food fortification is when vitamins and minerals are added to increase a product’s nutritional value, and we fortify our products with the same vitamins and minerals as the ones found in cow’s milk because we want to make the shift to plant-based as easy a

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Oatly and Additives

Additives are what can be explained as “functional ingredients”, they’re there to make a product behave in an expected way, like having just the right texture and lasting longer. For instance, when our scientists invented the first oat drink designed for Baristas and non-Baristas a

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Oatly and Rapeseed/Canola Oil

Rapeseed oil, also known as canola oil, is a plant-based oil derived from the rapeseed plant, which belongs to the mustard family. Rapeseed oil is commonly featured in European diets and we’ve been using it in our products for decades now. Why? Well, we need to add oil to some of our products

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Oatly and Gluten

Obviously, we need to deal with the most obvious thing first, do Oatly products contain gluten or not?   The simple answer is that it depends on which market you’re on. In the US our products are certified gluten free (as they are made with Canadian gluten free oats), but on all other ma

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