British Oat Drink
with added Calcium, Vitamin D2 & B12
A delicious, creamy alternative to milk, fortified with added vitamins and minerals and made with British oats.
- Calcium– for the maintenance of normal teeth & bones
- Vitamin D – which contributes to the normal absorption of calcium and phosphorus
- Vitamin B12 – which contributes to the normal function of the immune system
Available in a 1 litre carton and is suitable for those following a vegan diet as well as people just looking for a great tasting alternative to milk.
It can be stored out of the fridge, but is best served chilled. Once opened, store in the fridge, and consume within 4 days.
- Made with British oats
- Froths Well
- Suitable for Vegans and non-Vegans
|Typical Values||per 100ml||per serving 330ml|
|of which saturates||0.3g||0.6g|
|of which sugars||4.3g||8.6g|
|Vitamins & Minerals||%RI* per 100Ml||%RI* per 330ml|
|Calcium||120mg (15%)||240mg (30%)|
|Vitamin B12||0.80µg (32%)||1.6µg (64%)|
|Vitamin D||1.88µg (38%)||3.7µg (76%)|
|*RI = Reference Intake|
Water, British Oat Syrup (12%), Rapeseed Oil, Tricalcium Phosphate, Stabiliser: Carrageenan, Salt, Vitamin B12, Iodine, Vitamin D2.
For allergens, including cereals that contain gluten, see ingredients in bold.
* prepared to a vegan recipe. Not suitable for milk allergy sufferers because this allergen is present in the environment.
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Planted is packed in Tetra Pak cartons, which are mainly made from wood in the form of paperboard (about three quarters in weight). This gives stability and strength and acts as a good barrier to light. They also contain thin layers of plastic which provide water-tight barrier and sealing functions.
The cartons used for Planted, also contain a thin layer of aluminium (which is thinner than a human hair) which makes them excellent at helping keep out harmful oxygen and acts as an extra barrier to light. This is important because exposure to light and air (oxygen) can cause food to lose its natural taste, colour, smell and nutritional value.
Tetra Pak cartons are recyclable and are collected in most areas of the UK. If your local authority kerbside collection does not collect cartons, take a look at the Tetra Pak website for advice on recycling. http://www.tetrapakrecycling.co.uk/where-can-i-recycle.asp