Organic food maker Alara Organic has extended its Net Zero product line up with its 'single estate' Scottish oats, offering 'porridge with provenance'.
The range is made with oats grown by Oatmeal of Alford on organic farmland in Aberdeenshire and milled on site.
Alara’s founding director, Alex Smith, explained their appeal: “Our organic oats are grown in beautiful and wild Scotland where unspoiled nature, the long summer sun and fertile soils combine to create tasty oats with an exceptional nutritional profile. This is a really unique, gluten-free oat with a great story behind it. They are the very last kiln stabilised oats in the world and they taste amazing.”
Gluten Free Scottish Oats is the latest product to join Alara’s Net Zero Food range. The embedded carbon (CO2e) of every ingredient in each of these products has been calculated by researchers at the University of Westminster and is then offset in soil fertility-boosting and carbon sequestering projects operated by the charity Rainforest Saver.