Milked Oats™

What says “whole grain” like the flowing prairies of Canada? Elmhurst Milked Oats™ is made with 20 grams per glass – sourced from Manitoba’s vast expanse, stamped by the Whole Grain Council, and with more nutrition (and fewer ingredients) than that other guy. Drink it straight, double your oatmeal’s power, or try it in coffee.

Oats are a treasure. Originally carried to the Americas by Europeans, they have become an inseparable part of our landscape. This includes the Canadian prairie. It is from here – in the Red River valley of Manitoba – that we have sourced our oats. The result: a new tradition in a line that gave us oatmeal. We call it Elmhurst Milked Oats™.

Each glass of our oat milk has 20 grams of whole grain. That’s why it bears the Whole Grain Council stamp. You can drink our oat milk, couple it with oatmeal for a one-two punch, or try it in coffee. And it all happens with fewer ingredients, and more nutrition, than that other guy.

  • Made with only 5 simple ingredients
  • 20g whole grain per serving
  • No added gums or emulsifiers
  • Vegan, dairy-free
  • Carrageenan-free, gluten-free, no artificial flavors
  • Non-GMO Project verified
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Ingredients iltered water, whole grain oats, cane sugar, salt, natural flavors
Fun Facts

Where oats come from:

Oats are a cereal grain originally from the wide steppes of Asia. They were often dismissed as weeds in the wild. However, the plant’s hardiness and success in cooler, wetter conditions made it a staple in Europe’s temperate regions, including Germany and Scandinavia. This makes them a natural fit for the Great Plains of the United States and Canada.

Elmhurst® uses oats from the Red River Valley of Manitoba, one of Canada’s expansive Prairie Provinces. Canada is the world’s number two oat producer, behind only Russia.

What they’re made of:

Oats may have been undervalued once, but now they are everywhere. Oatmeal, in particular, is more than a staple. Maybe there isn’t much glamor to oats – at least until recently when oat milk became a coffee shop hit. But wherever oats go from here, their value starts with nutrition. The two-punch of whole grain and protein (a somewhat surprising extra) make this one time “weed” quite the unlikely gift of nature. Elmhurst’s oat milk products pour these benefits into a glass, cup, or mug.

Fast facts:

  • Top producers of oats include some of the coldest countries in the world, including Russia, Canada, and Finland. This is because oats are tolerant of late frosts and snows.
  • Oats tend to be planted later in the year than other crops, as they can be harvested in colder weather.
  • The oats we consume in various forms are actually seeds.
  • In Scotland, oats may be referred to as “corn.” This name is often used in Great Britain for the chief cereal crop of a region.
 
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