- Quick Oats Portable Porridge can be quickly prepared by adding milk and popping in the microwave for 90 seconds
- Alternatively they can be prepared by just adding hot water and stirring
- Available in three varieties – Original, Strawberry and Organic, they have strong appeal to those who care about their diet and are looking for a healthier alternative for on-the-go eating due to their easy preparation method and portability benefits
- Made using 100% wholegrain and organic porridge oats, Quickoats portable porridges are free from artificial additives, are low in salt and saturates and are an excellent source of dietary fibre
Wholegrain Rolled Oats (72%),Flax Seeds (8%) ,Sunflower Seeds (8%) ,Sugar (4.8%) ,Skimmed Milk Powder (3.2%) ,Pumpkin Seeds (3%) ,Hemp Seeds (1%)
Typical values per 40g serving with 190mls water
Energy (kJ) 693
Energy (kcal) 165
Protein (g) 5.8g
Carbohydrate (g) 25.1g
of which sugars (g) 2.9g
Fat (g) 5.3g
of which saturates (g) 0.6g of which omega-3 fatty acids (g) 0.7
Alpha-Linolenic Acid (g) 0.7 of which omega-6 fatty acids (g) 1.6
Fibre (g) 3.3
of which soluble 1.1
of which insoluble 2.2
Salt (g) Trace
Sodium (g) Trace
Flahavan's is a family company milling quality Irish oats for over six generations at the family mill. In days gone by, the nearby river Mahon turned the millwheel that powered the mill.
We are Ireland's leading producer of top quality oat-based products for the retail, wholesale and export sectors. Our unique milling process cooks the oats twice which give Flahavan's products their distinctive texture and taste. Flahavan's is best known for producing Ireland's No.1 porridge oats brand - Flahavan's Progress Oatlets.
Flahavan’s has been milling oats at the family mill in Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford for over 200 years
There has been an oats mill at Kilmacthomas since the late 1700's. The power for the mill came from the nearby River Mahon which at one time also powered four other mills. In those days, the mill was used for the contract milling of oats for local farm growers and oat growers. This is where the farmer’s oats were then milled and the milled oatmeal was returned to him. He was charged for this service. At this time, the oatmeal was a heavier type than the Flahavan's "flaked" oatmeal we know today.
In 1935 it was decided to expand the mill and to put in an oatflaking facility. Oatflaking produced a finer flake, which is faster to cook. By 1959, Flahavan’s completed the construction of its current mill building.
The first family connection to the Flahavan’s name can be traced back to about 1785 when Thomas Dunn took over the mill. Dunn was the great-great-great-grandfather of John Flahavan who is the Managing Director of the company today.
2000 E. Flahavan and Sons Limited.
E. Flahavan & Sons Limited