Oatly - Oatgurt Greek Style, 400ml Pack of 6

Oatly - Oatgurt Greek Style, 400ml
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Oatly - Oatgurt Greek Style, 400ml Pack of 6

Brand - Oatly
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Quick Description

Thick, smooth & creamy, Oatly Oatgurt Greek Style has a fresh, subtly sour flavour, perfect for dairy-free smoothies, granola, soups, dips, curries & more!

Key Information

  • Thick, creamy Greek-style yoghurt made with oat milk
  • Ideal for breakfast, smoothies, curries & more
  • Contains calcium, iodine, vitamin B12 and vitamin D2
  • Rich source of healthy unsaturated fats
  • Climate footprint: 0.69kg CO2e

Product Overview

Made with nourishing and super-sustainable oats, Oatly Greek Style Oatgurt is a deliciously dairy-free alternative to Greek yoghurt.

Thick, smooth and creamy, this tasty plant-powered yoghurt has a fresh, subtly sour flavour - just like the real thing, only 100% cruelty-free.

Carefully crafted with your wellbeing in mind, Oatly Oatgurt Greek Style is a rich source of calcium, iodine, vitamins B12 & D2. Made with rapeseed oil, it is also packed with healthy unsaturated fats.

Velvety and versatile, Greek Style Oatgurt is ideal for all your vegan culinary needs, both sweet and savoury. Whizz it into your morning smoothie, add a dollop to your granola, whip up a dairy-free tzatziki or raita, or swirl into soup.

Oatly is dedicated to creating the finest sustainable dairy alternatives around. This creamy yoghurt has a climate footprint of just 0.69kg CO2e. The packaging is also fully recyclable.


Water, oats 11%, rapeseed oil, potato starch, potato protein, acids (malic acid, lactic acid), stabiliser (pectin), calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, salt, vitamins (D2 and B12), potassium iodide.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Oatly Oatgurt Greek Style gluten-free?

Unfortunately, while Oatly Oatgurt Greek Style is not made with any gluten-containing ingredients, it cannot be classed as gluten-free.

This is because Oatly uses Swedish oats that are processed in the same facilities as wheat products. This means that they may be cross-contaminated with gluten.

If you are unsure whether Oatly Oatgurt is the right product for you, consult with a trusted dietician.