- They make a great partner to cheese or canapes, they're amazing to scoff on their own as a natural pleasure and are a perfect addition to the lunchbox of anybody who needs to be mentally and physically in tiptop shape all day, like pilots, surgeons and primary school kids.
No refined sugars
Scottish oatmeal, spelt flour, water, extra virgin olive oil, unrefined cane juice sugar, sea salt, bicarbonate of soda.
Recipe: Nut free
Factory: The equipment used to make these Oatys handles nuts and wheat
per biscuit per 100g
Energy 53.5 kcal 428 kcal
224.2 kJ 1794 kJ
Protein 1.26g 10.1g
Carbohydrates 6.95g 3.8g
of which sugars 0.47g 0.7g
Fat 2.06g 16.5g
of which saturates 0.29g 2.34g
Fibre 1.03g 8.3g
Salt 0.16g 1.32g
How We Like Them:
Lunchbox envy: ditch the sarnies and embrace the dip...
Med style: A generous layer of pesto and sliced tomato...
Kidult: Smothered with hazelnut spread, topped with a pinch of sea salt...
We're a small company with big dreams. With a great breakfast inside us, we feel we can do just about anything: change the nation's eating habits, revolutionise farming and look sexy while line dancing. Here's what gets us up in the morning...
Making tasty breakfasts - Life's too short to eat food you don't enjoy. So we choose ingredients that taste amazing. Then we mix them so their flavours sing out.
Making healthy breakfasts - We don't over-process anything into unnatural shapes and textures. We don't need salt, refined sugars or fortifications, as our ingredients are perfect just as they are.
Sustaining you - There's an old saying: "Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dine like a pauper." A bowlful of Rude Health breakfast is made to keep a bounce in your step until lunchtime.
Sustaining the planet - There's no point being rudely healthy on a sick planet. So we work to minimise our packaging, and to grow our ingredients where they grow best naturally. And we'll never, ever use.