Everyday Oat Milk

1L (1 carton)
$6.98
Everyday Oat Milk is available to buy in increments of 1

I'm Otis Oat M!lk, the Everyday one. Made using 100% Kiwi oats, I’m perfect for muesli, by myself, or with a cup of filter coffee. High in calcium and fortified with vitamins D2, B2 and B12, I’m also a yummy source of dietary fibre.

Kiwi oats (10%), water, rapeseed oil, minerals (calcium carbonate, calcium phosphates), salt, vitamins (D2, riboflavin, B12).

I’m happy sitting in the cupboard for up to twelve months. Once I’m opened keep me refrigerated and use me within seven days. See top of package for best before date.
  Per 250ml
(1 serve)
Per 100ml
Energy 482 kJ/115 cal 193 kJ/46 cal
Protein 2.5 g 1.0 g
Fat 3.75 g 1.5 g
—Saturated 0.50 g 0.20 g
Carbohydrates 16.75 g 6.7 g
—Sugars 10.0 g 4.0 g
Dietary Fibre 2.0 g 0.8 g
Betaglucans 1.0 g 0.4 g
Sodium 100 mg 40 mg
Vitamin D2 1.5 ug (15% RDI) 0.6 ug
Riboflavin 0.52 mg (30% RDI) 0.21 mg
Vitamin B12 1.0 ug (50% RDI) 0.4 ug
Calcium 300 mg (37% RDI) 120 mg

 

Dairy Free

Climate positivr

Contains oats, which contain gluten. Dairy-free and Soya-free.

At Otis, they wake up every morning feeling pretty blessed to live where they do, tucked away down here in the South Pacific. They love their clean green countryside, meandering rivers and their peaceful seas. They also kinda dig their rich arable farmland that is their food bowl. However of late, they’ve noticed it’s changed a lot with dairy taking over larger and larger areas of beautiful rolling pastureland. They think there’s something wrong with that picture, something out of balance, so they decided to do something about it.

They aren’t trying to reinvent the wheel—nothing new to see here. Oat milks have been made for centuries around the world as nutritious dairy alternatives, however none have been made in little old New Zealand. So here they are.

Grown from seeds in rich kiwi soil, a little sprinkle of rain and some gnarly rays and voila! This humble plant grows up big and strong into a nutrient dense superfood. Ka pai!