What is the difference between your Whole, Semi and Skinny oat drinks?

Our Whole, Semi and Skinny oat drinks are all part of our chilled range, so they need to be stored in the refrigerator both before and after being opened.

The difference between these products is the amount of fat in which they each contain. The Whole contains 2.8 grams of fat, while the Semi contains 1.5 grams. The Skinny oat drink does not contain additional fat (rapeseed oil) like the Whole and Semi do, so the Skinny oat drink’s fat content stands at 0.5g. This gives the Whole oat drink a creamier taste, while the Semi oat drink tastes more similar to semi-skimmed cow's milk and the Skinny tastes similar to skim milk.

All three oat drinks have acidity regulators (dipotassium phosphate) added to them, to make them work well in hot drinks. They are also all fortified to the same extent.
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