Pulled Oats® Frozen, 32 OZ (2 LB) 907 g

Pulled Oats® is made from only 5 ingredients – oats, beans, peas, oil & salt. It is unflavoured and absorbs flavours superbly and can be spiced to perfection. It’s super versatile and only the sky is the limit with what you can create!

Benefits

  • 100% plant-based
  • High in protein and iron
  • Not soy-based, no additives
  • Tender & chewy structure gives a
    delicious mouthfeel
  • Versatile to suit very different types
    of dishes
  • Pre-cooked, fast and easy to use
  • LESS INVENTORY – frozen product with long shelf life – perfect for a variety of plant-based menu items, also in QSR setup
  • FLAVORING MADE EASY – one base with multiple flavoring options – plus menu variation including BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER AND SNACKS
  • LOW WASTE – pack size suitable for max three day use
  • GREAT NUTRITIONAL PROFILE – fits also non-commercial catering
  • Simple ingredient list – “no nasties”
  • No off or crosscontanimant flavours in the kitchen during the preparation
  • EXCEPTIONAL STAND-ALONE PROTEIN OPTION for beef, chicken or pork
  • Pulled Oats as novel interesting protein option with healthful halo in menu naming
  • Great basis for unique innovation – VERY LOW-PREP, learn simple basics and you’ve got a versatile new protein to use throughout the day

Table of Goodness

Ingredients

Water, Oat (Oat Bran, Whole Grain Oat Flour, Oat Protein), Pea Protein, Fava Bean Protein, Canola Oil, Iodized Salt.

Store freezed like the Nordic climate.

Frozen product. Store at 0°F or below. Do not refreeze.

ONLY 5 Ingredients
Oats, beans, peas, oil & salt.

5

Nutrition facts

Serving size

4 oz (112g)

% Daily Value*
  • Total Fat g 0%
  •   Saturated Fat g 0%
  •   Trans Fat g
  • Cholesterol mg 0%
  • Sodium mg 0%
  • Total Carbohydrate g 0%
  •   Dietary Fiber g 0%
  •   Total Sugars g
  •     Includes g Added Sugars 0%
  • Protein g
  • Vitamin D mcg 0%
  • Calcium mg 0%
  • Iron mg 0%
  • Potassium mg 0%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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