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November 5, 2021

All About Oats

Our commitment to quality and nutrition is why Three Trees is a trusted choice for consumers who are looking for a delicious and healthy oat milk. The oat milk has a smooth, creamy texture and a slightly sweet flavor. It is perfect for drinking on its own, or it can be used in a variety of recipes, such as smoothies, coffee, and baked goods.
Q: Are Three Trees oats organic and glyphosate-free?

A: Absolutely, yes! Oats are one of the few foods that should always be bought organic. It is so common for there to be pesticide residue when the oats do not claim to be organic. Glyphosate is a widely used herbicide that controls weeds and grasses. We are proudly able to say that our supplier of organic oats is also glyphosate-free! Safer for the planet and you.

Q: Apparently not all oats are created equal and some oats contain gluten! What’s up with that?

A: You are in luck, we only source oats that are gluten-free. Our facility does not produce any gluten so there is no cross-contamination that could occur in the making of our products. It is super important to us that our products are celiac friendly. Calling all celiac people, you’ve got the green light!

Q: Where do the 3g of added sugar on the nutrition label come from?

A: The 'added sugars' on the label refer to sugars that originate from the starch in oat. When starch is broken down, it turns into simpler sugars, which is why oat milk has a sweet taste!


Q: How much protein is in your milk?

A: Our oat milk has 6g of protein per serving! As we all know oats are naturally high in fiber and protein. Combine three of the most nutritious seeds –pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds– and what you get is the highest protein oat milk on the market! If you are looking to get more protein into your diet, look no further.  

Q: Why are vegetable oils commonly found in oat milks but not yours?

A: Many oat milks contain canola oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil to give the oat milk the allusion of creamy, delicious, yumminess. Don’t get fooled. It’s a cover-up for the true reality of the product lacking nutrients and being watered-down. Many coffee shops use oat milks with vegetable oils because of the higher fat contents. Baristas are able to create beautiful latte art from the oat milk with vegetable oils… but is it that beautiful if there are vegetable oils in it? Our oat milk does not contain any vegetable oils. We get our creamy goodness straight from whole natural ingredients that you could find in your kitchen pantry. You wouldn’t pour vegetable oils into a glass, so don’t drink it in your oat milk!


Q: What about GMO’s?  

A: Three Trees only sources ingredients verified Non-GMO project. All day everyday.

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November 5, 2021

All About Oats

Our commitment to quality and nutrition is why Three Trees is a trusted choice for consumers who are looking for a delicious and healthy oat milk. The oat milk has a smooth, creamy texture and a slightly sweet flavor. It is perfect for drinking on its own, or it can be used in a variety of recipes, such as smoothies, coffee, and baked goods.
Q: Are Three Trees oats organic and glyphosate-free?

A: Absolutely, yes! Oats are one of the few foods that should always be bought organic. It is so common for there to be pesticide residue when the oats do not claim to be organic. Glyphosate is a widely used herbicide that controls weeds and grasses. We are proudly able to say that our supplier of organic oats is also glyphosate-free! Safer for the planet and you.

Q: Apparently not all oats are created equal and some oats contain gluten! What’s up with that?

A: You are in luck, we only source oats that are gluten-free. Our facility does not produce any gluten so there is no cross-contamination that could occur in the making of our products. It is super important to us that our products are celiac friendly. Calling all celiac people, you’ve got the green light!

Q: Where do the 3g of added sugar on the nutrition label come from?

A: The 'added sugars' on the label refer to sugars that originate from the starch in oat. When starch is broken down, it turns into simpler sugars, which is why oat milk has a sweet taste!


Q: How much protein is in your milk?

A: Our oat milk has 6g of protein per serving! As we all know oats are naturally high in fiber and protein. Combine three of the most nutritious seeds –pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and flax seeds– and what you get is the highest protein oat milk on the market! If you are looking to get more protein into your diet, look no further.  

Q: Why are vegetable oils commonly found in oat milks but not yours?

A: Many oat milks contain canola oil, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil to give the oat milk the allusion of creamy, delicious, yumminess. Don’t get fooled. It’s a cover-up for the true reality of the product lacking nutrients and being watered-down. Many coffee shops use oat milks with vegetable oils because of the higher fat contents. Baristas are able to create beautiful latte art from the oat milk with vegetable oils… but is it that beautiful if there are vegetable oils in it? Our oat milk does not contain any vegetable oils. We get our creamy goodness straight from whole natural ingredients that you could find in your kitchen pantry. You wouldn’t pour vegetable oils into a glass, so don’t drink it in your oat milk!


Q: What about GMO’s?  

A: Three Trees only sources ingredients verified Non-GMO project. All day everyday.

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