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Chilled vs 'non-Chilled' oat drinks

Can you please outline the differences between the Chilled oat drinks vs the ambient/original oat drink? Is it just the 'acidity regulator' for hot drinks?
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  • Hi Simon,

    Thank you for your question, it's super to you're wanting to know more about our products.

    The long-life range consists of our oat drink organic (0.5 g fat per 100 ml), oat drink original (1.5 g fat per 100 ml), and oat drink barista (2.8 g fat per 100 ml). These products also differ in consistency based on their fat percentage. One thing to note with our long-life range is that only the oat drink barista contains our acidity regulator, which means it is the only one that works well in tea and coffee. The other two products are prone to splitting. The long-life range will be found in the non-refrigerated section of the supermarket and can be stored in a cool, dry place before being opened, at which point they must be stored in the fridge.

    The chilled range consists of our oat drink skinny (0.5 g fat per 100 ml), oat drink semi (1.5 g fat per 100 ml), and oat drink whole (3 g fat per 100 ml). The higher the amount of fat the more creamy the consistency. We now also have a new product in our chilled range, an organic chilled oat drink (1.5 g fat per 100ml). All of these products contain our acidity regulator (except the organic, due to EU organic product legislation) which means they will not split in tea or coffee. Our chilled range are our fresh products that come in a slightly different style of carton with a gable top, the long life cartons are flatter and have an inner layer, plus a ring pull seal that means they are able to keep fresh for up to a year.

    I hope this answers your question, please let me know if I can help with anything further.

    All the best,


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