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Unsweetened Milked Oats™

Unsweetened Oat Milk

Regular price
$13.98
Sale price
$13.98

Just oats and water deliver a full serving of whole grain in simpler, better form.

  • Shelf-stable: no refrigeration needed until opened
  • Once opened, refrigerate and consume within 7-10 days
  • 20g whole grain per serving (Whole Grains Council stamped)
  • Made with 3 ingredients – oats, water, and salt
  • No added gums or emulsifiers
  • MORE BENEFITS
  • Vegan, dairy-free
  • Carrageenan-free, gluten-free
  • No artificial flavors
  • Non-GMO Project verified
  • Kosher
  • Crafted with our patented HydroRelease™ method

Oats

We source our gluten-free, non-GMO oats from the Red River Valley of Manitoba, Canada.

Filtered Water

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Serving Size 8oz 8oz 8oz
# of ingredients 3 2 7
Protein 4g 3g 2g
Fiber 2g 1g 1g
Lecithin No No No
Added Gums No No No
Added Vitamins No No No
Added Oils No No Sunflower Oil
Whole Grain Stamp
Certified Gluten Free
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Oats were once dismissed as little more than a weed. But no longer. Since being 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.

Oat milk may make the heart happy in more ways than one. Each glass of ours has 20 grams of whole grain. That’s why it bears the Whole Grain Council stamp, also signifying that 100% of the grain in our product is whole grain. 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.