Glebe Farm Foods, a British oat milk producer, will give away free coffees made with its popular oat drink, to commemorate World Vegan Day.
On November 1st, Common Ground in Clapham will be serving complimentary PureOaty coffees all day from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Made from British oats and produced entirely on British soil at Cambridgeshire-based Glebe Farm, PureOaty, the Glebe Farm’s gluten-free oat milk is made to produce a smooth and stable microfoam for barista-quality coffee. Notwithstanding, it is delicious with cereals, smoothies, and even cooking. Unlike most other oat drinks, PureOaty is never made with a concentrated oat syrup base but is instead made on the farm with pure gluten-free British oats. The gluten-free and dairy-free milk has the most negligible environmental impact of any oat drink on the market, thanks in part to its low food miles and renewable energy sources used in production.
With oat milk sales continuing to soar and its place as the nation’s favorite dairy-free milk firmly established, Glebe Farm is officially leading the way with its British gluten-free oat drink.
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Glebe Farm is an arable farm in Cambridgeshire, England, near Huntingdon. The farm, which is the only one in the UK growing and processing gluten-free oats into porridge flakes, oat flour, and oat drink, is run by Rebecca and her brother Philip Rayner. Glebe Farm goods are gluten-free, certified pure, and quality-assured from seed to bowl.
The company conducts environmental stewardship on the farm, produces oat milk with the lowest carbon emissions on the market, powers the production plant with renewable energy, and is committed to giving back to the community by sponsoring local projects.
Whether you’re an oat milk enthusiast or new to the world of milk alternatives, World Vegan Day is the ideal time to add a delicious plant-based twist to your coffee.