Oatbedient is not just committed to delivering delectable oat milk beverages, but also focuses on quality and sustainability.
The journey began with a simple idea – to craft products that the founders would joyfully feed their own families. They are deeply passionate about the well-being of the people and the planet they call home. Oatbedient aims to inspire and empower consumers to make informed decisions and pivot towards mindful consumption.
At a time when health consciousness is on the rise, Oatbedient seeks to set itself apart by adhering to a strict “no fillers, no junk” policy. Oatbedient’s products are made with quality ingredients, less sugar and no palm oil.
Oatbedient’s products come in two formats, as powdered oat milk in individually packed sachets and as ready-to-drink packs.
We tried both formats and like that it is much less sweet than regular milk, with the ingredients clearly labelled, following their clean labelling policy.
Transparency is a key pillar of Oatbedient’s ethos. The brand recognises the importance of providing consumers with clear and accurate information about what they consume. By adhering to clean labeling practices, Oatbedient ensures that its customers know precisely what goes into each product, allowing us to make informed choices for our well-being.
The 1-litre Oat Milk Barista retails at S$6.85 per carton or at $15 for a 6-pack of 250ml packs. The Oat Milk Powder range comes in three flavours – Oat Milk, Chocolate Oat Milk and Oat Milk with Oats & Chia Seeds, with each retailing at S$10.90 for a box of 12 x 35g sachets.