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Oatly
yesterday at 10:55. Facebook
This is our chocolate oat drink which you can heat up on the stove and pour into a mug, maybe one with cute kittens on it or something, and then sit back in a cozy chair and sip that delicious hot chocolate with the comforting thought that no animals were involved in making it, unless you count the kittens, so maybe just pour it into a nice white mug to avoid any confusion.
Oatly
01/15/2017 at 20:10. Facebook
Finding time to work out can be hard, especially when you’d rather be sitting around looking at Facebook. But finding the energy to work out is easy. You can pour a glass of liquid oats, which might also make a nice subject for a photo that you could post on Facebook, then drink the glass of liquid oats and go workout because now you have the energy, and anyway, it will take time for all the...
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Oatly
01/05/2017. Facebook
Lifting a delicious cappoatchino to your lips might be one of the easiest things to do, but when you do it, you’re choosing oat-based products over dairy, so you’re actually lifting 69% of the CO2 from the planet, which is pretty uplifting to know that what is good for your lips is also good for the long-term life expectancy of the planet.
Oatly
12/28/2016. Facebook
More people than ever are choosing plant-based foods, so 2016 has really been a great year for us. And by us, we mean every creature who walks around on this planet. Cheers!
Oatly
12/24/2016. Facebook
Giving someone oat drink for Christmas says, “I care about you and the planet you live on,” without actually saying “I care about you and the planet you live on” which is exactly what a present should do: provide an understated platform for your underexposed yet totally justified once-a-year release of pent up gushiness.
Oatly
12/21/2016. Facebook
Apparently Santa Claus has been thinking about the future and has gone all plant-based. So you might want to leave him a nice glass of oat drink this year. If you leave him a glass of cow’s milk, he’s just going to make it look like he drank some of it in a really convincing way because we all know that Santa is magic, after all.
Oatly
12/18/2016. Facebook
If your Christmas wish is to help out the planet while your mouth is full of butterscotch candy, well, first of all you are our favorite fan. And second, here is the one recipe (made by our CEO Toni and his mom Ayako with Oatly products) that will make all your wishes come true:

Butterscotch Candy

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Oatly
12/15/2016. Facebook
It seems like there’s sports equipment for pretty much anything, even fancy gear designed just for hiking, which when you think about it, is really just walking outside. Next time you head out for a walk, er…hike, maybe try drinking a glass of oat drink first, which is like super tech-y sports gear for the inside of your body.
Oatly
12/13/2016. Facebook
Our CEO Toni and his mom Ayako made these traditional Christmas saffron buns that are actually not-so-traditionally made with Oatly products instead of anything animal-based, proving that in this world where the traditional is so often at odds with progressive thinking, it’s actually not that difficult to come together and make something amazing. You can find the recipe here:

Saffron Buns

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Oatly
12/11/2016. Facebook
Why does everything have to be so complicated? Why does eating food have to create a problem for the planet? Why can’t we all just understand that we need to eat food every day in order to feel good and we also need the planet to feel good every day or we are going to end up with a bigger problem than deciding what we feel like eating? Why are questions such a powerful means of making a...
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Oatly
12/07/2016. Facebook
Art with a progressive message handstitched by a couple of wonderful retired people may not be on your Christmas list, because you probably didn’t know it existed. Actually, if it was on your Christmas list before you saw this post, that’s pretty weird and specific, and we like the way you think. Anyway, here’s where you can get these limited edition pieces:

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Oatly
12/04/2016. Facebook
Next time you see your local barista, try ordering a cappoatccino. If she says, “a what?” just smile and say it like this, “capp-OAT-ccino”. The smile here is very important, because people don’t usually like it when you OVER-emphasize one part of a word. If she says, “Sorry, we don’t serve cappoatccinos” don’t worry, you can pull out your phone and visit this place to find the nearest cafe...
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Oatly
11/30/2016. Facebook
Whenever possible, a slogan should be repeated. When it’s kind of more than just a slogan and has some real meaning, people might actually want to adopt the idea as a lifestyle and wear it on a t-shirt. In which case, try to find two of those people hanging out together on a day when they’re both wearing the t-shirt, take their photo and put it on Facebook.
Oatly
11/23/2016. Facebook
If you like Oatly and you also like stickers, you’ve checked your Facebook feed at a really good time, because at the end of this paragraph, we’ll tell you where you can get some awesome Oatly stickers. But first, here’s where you can learn how to make origami swans because those are awesome, too And here you go
Oatly
11/16/2016. Facebook
It’s fun to make these kid-friendly pancakes that sneak in hidden lentils and our organic oat drink, adding extra fiber and protein. Not that you would ever have to sneak in our organic oat drink but if you did, we’re pretty sure being sneaky is just good parenting.
Oatly
11/13/2016. Facebook
We believe we should eat stuff we can grow instead of growing stuff to feed animals and then eat them. And since we’re always creating new amazing oat products made for humans, we’re counting on more and more Swedish farmers to grow and harvest the oats for those new amazing oat products made for humans. All of which is pretty good for farmers, the planet, and amazing-oat-product-drinking...
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Oatly
11/10/2016. Facebook
Many people are asking how to use our Barista Edition Oat Drink to make breakfast delicious, so we’re breaking out the ol’ bullet points:

– At home in your coffee, foam it up or just pour.
– At a coffee shop, foam it up or just pour but since you bothered getting up and going to the coffee shop, why not let the barista foam it up? Your call.
– Pour it over your breakfast, unless you’re...
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Oatly
10/26/2016. Facebook
Is the photographer trying to say our Barista Edition Oat Drink is set apart from the masses, or is it at one with the hustle and bustle of humanity? We have no idea. We only know oats. So what we can tell you for sure is the oats in this product foam perfectly for any barista, and they also let you foam things up at home if you want to give your local barista a break now and then.
Oatly
10/19/2016. Facebook
When your morning coffee is super delicious and completely plant-based, you’re helping to save the planet. And really, that’s a lot to get done before noon. Nice work.
Oatly
10/13/2016. Facebook
Everything we make starts with Swedish oats, and as you see in this photo, Swedish oats get their start in the earth, and when people eat more plant-based products like the ones Oatly makes from Swedish oats, it’s just better for the Earth. Oh, that works out nicely.