Glebe Farm Foods launches gluten free oat milk

Glebe Farm Foods launches gluten free oat milk

Glebe Farm Foods has launched PureOaty, an oat drink produced using exclusively British gluten free oats, following heavy investment by the Rayner family and the creation of a purpose-built gluten free oat milk plant.

Located on the same farm at which the oats themselves are grown, the plant meets consumer desire to actively investigate not only how products are made, but also who owns a brand.

Glebe Farm Foods has been in the Rayner family for over 50 years, and is currently run by sister and brother Rebecca and Phil.

Glebe Farm Foods launches gluten free oat milkCreated in the UK using just four natural ingredients: British gluten free oats, water, sunflower oil and salt, PureOaty contains no added sugars, sweeteners or preservatives and never, ever comes from concentrate (unlike many similar products).

Low in sugar and calories, PureOaty is a milk alternative used in barista style coffees, on cereals, or in smoothies. In addition, it can be used as the base for many sauces, soups and desserts or as a key ingredient in baking, from gluten free brownies to delicious cakes and bakes.

When steamed through a domestic coffee machine, PureOaty creates a luxurious, velvety barista style foam.

Suitable for both vegetarians and vegans alike, PureOaty also offers an excellent plant-based option for consumers with a number of dietary requirements including lactose intolerance, coeliac disease and nut allergies.

PureOaty is currently stocked in Holland & Barrett, Central England Co-Op’s and Amazon and retails for around £1.99.

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