£3.8076p per 100g
Traditionally kiln-dried to get a nutty flavour and stone-milled in the last remaining water-powered mill in Scotland.
This product is part of our Net Zero Food range, first line of cereals in the world with embedded CO2e on pack, which is offset by donating to Rainforest Saver.
Country of Origin
Suitable for the microwaveOrganic
|as sold per 100g
|1,550 kJ / 370kcal
|of which saturates
|of which sugars
|The salt content is entirely from naturally occurring sodium
Produced in an environment that handles Milk, Nuts, Soy, Peanuts, Sesame Seeds, SO2.
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (46)
Lovely my favourite porridge
Theres a musty sour taste to these I kept thinking the milk was off but having checked the reviews and my milk I realise its something else! Im goi g to be throwing out 3 packs Whered the QC?
Worst oats ever. They had a strong musty stale taste. We have goats milk so initially I thought it was that but only when I made a meal with the oats it became apparent as that awful taste was there again. Gross!
I have bought these oats before with no issues, but this last batch tasted distinctly like mould. I wont be taking a chance again with these, sorry.
Delicious from a thoughtful producer
These delicate flakes cook quickly and make deliciously fine porridge. Other oats I've tried sometimes make lumpy or thick porridge, but these are digestible and light. And yes occasionally there's the odd kernel, but less than one per bowl. I also like that Alara have thought about their packaging. No plastic, and net zero carbon production. Big thumbs up!
WISH I COULD USE LESS THAN ONE STAR :\-(
Weird chemical smell and taste - reminded me of the smell of axle grease. I see others had the same experience so something not righ here with the machinery perhaps? Sadly gone in the bin.