Oatly is launching a new plant-based yoghurt range in UK supermarkets

Read Time:   |  3rd July 2020

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Oatly is launching a new range of fortified oat-based vegan yoghurts in four flavours in UK supermarkets that taste just like dairy yoghurt


Swedish oat milk brand Oatly, who is known for its hugely popular Barista milk and eye-catching marketing campaigns, has just unveiled its latest range of new plant-based products launching in the UK – oat milk yoghurts.

The ‘Oatgurt’ yoghurts will launch at Tesco stores on 6 July with the Oatgurt Plain, Strawberry, and Blueberry varieties priced at £1.99 and the Oatgurt Greek Style variety priced at £2.20 for a 400g tub.

There will be four tasty flavours to choose from in the line including Plain, Strawberry, Blueberry and Greek Style which are perfect for breakfast or a delicious snack.


According to Oatly, the new oat-based yoghurts taste “exactly like normal yogurt but made from oats”, and have a “similarly creamy consistency” to their dairy-based counterparts.

Not only are the yoghurts a delicious way to start your day, but they are also nutritionally fortified with calcium, iodine, vitamin B12 and vitamin D, and both the Plain and Greek Style variants have no added sugar.

Oatly is passionate about the planet and is on a mission to make its as much of its packaging as possible from 100% renewable materials.

In line with this goal, the new Oatgurt yoghurts come in sustainable pots made from up to 70% renewable sources.

Discover the best vegan yoghurt alternatives here


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