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Emulsifier E272e - animal fat free?



E472e - derived from Glycerol.... may contain animal fats?
I assume the E472e emulsifier used in Oatly cream is certified as animal fat free by Dupont?



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  • Hi Dave,

    The E472e we use in our products consists of a water-soluble part (tartaric acid) and a fat-soluble part (mono- and diglycerides) from rapeseed oil. There are absolutely no animal products used in any part of our range, it is 100% plant-based. You can be sure that there are no animal traces of any kind in our cream, or any other product.

    Thank you for getting in touch! If you have any further questions please don't hesitate to contact us again.

    All the best
    Rowena
  • Hello!
    I bought the Oat Cuisine Cream (Black Packaging), as you stated the e472e is not animal derived, but nowhere on the packaging is declared its vegan, while it is declared on the bio version. Why is that? Why dont u declare it as vegan?
    Best wishes, Max!
    Max
  • Hi Max,

    Thank you for your email.

    It's absolutely a valuable question; all of our products are vegan and we want to challenge the existing dairy norm and so we don't always declare vegan on our packaging.

    Sometimes space is an issue too, and since the information is already in the ingredients list our creative team like to mix it up and add other words and guidance for using our products.

    I hope this helps explain.

    All the best,
    Katie

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