Rolled Porridge Oatflakes Organic

nutritional info
per 100g
Energykcals 365, kj 1530
of which Saturates1.2g
of which Sugars1.3g

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product origin



Infinity Foods Wholesale

product information

product information

These porridge are organically grown in the UK, without any synthetic pesticides, herbicides or fertilisers. The oats are seasonally harvested, lightly steamed and rolled. Organic porridge oats are full flavoured, slightly nutty, with a subtle fresh aroma and soft, creamy texture when cooked. Porridge oats provide a fast and convenient way to enjoy delicious, warming porridge. They can be used in a myriad of ways – from breakfast to desserts, in baked and raw treats, making them a very handy staple in the pantry.


100% Organic Whole Rolled Porridge Oats


To make quick yet absolutely scrumptious porridge bring 1 cup of these oats to a gentle boil in 2 cups of liquid – either half-half water and milk, or just milk of your choice. Add a pinch of salt and a little honey, maple syrup or coconut nectar to taste. Cook, stirring on a low to medium heat for 2-3 minutes to create irresistible, creamy porridge and serve topped with chopped nuts and dried fruit. You can also cook these oats in the microwave using the same quantities of liquid; cook on high for 1 minute, stir, then cook again for another 30-60 seconds.

Organic porridge oats are great in smoothies and can be used in home-made muesli; either natural Bircher style or oven-toasted in honey, maple syrup or apple juice. Porridge oats are delicious in home-baked bread and their softer texture is perfect for muffins or biscuits.

To make oat milk, simply soak (and a little shredded coconut if you like) with a pinch of salt, in cold water (1:6) for 6 hours or overnight. Sweeten to taste, with a little honey or coconut nectar, blend for 2-3 minutes.

Strain through a milk bag, squeezing the oats, and refrigerate in an airtight container. Oat milk will stay fresh for several days, just shake if separated.


25kg multi-ply paper sacks


Contains Gluten. Allergen handling policies and procedures are in place through the supply chain to reduce the likelihood of cross contamination from allergens, however this cannot be guaranteed.


Bircher Muesli

health benefits

Porridge is an excellent start to the day because oats are a complex carbohydrate, providing slow-releasing energy throughout the morning.

Oat porridge made with water is a good mix of carbohydrates, protein and fibre and contains no salt or sugar. Opting to use milk will increase the fat, protein and calorie content, along with naturally occurring sugars in milk. Both water-based and milk-based porridge can form the base of a balanced, filling breakfast.
Oats contain a type of soluble fibre called beta-glucan, which studies suggest can help lower your cholesterol level if you have 3g or more of it each day.

Oats contain magnesium, iron and zinc as well as the B vitamins. When you make porridge with milk, this vitamin and mineral content increases, as does the calcium content.

about the brand

At Infinity, providing an extensive range of high quality vegetarian foods is what they do and this has been their commitment from the outset.
As a worker’s co-operative, they are a business run by, and for, their workers. They practice an equitable form of business that is not solely driven by profit margins.
They believe that it is their responsibility to provide food that is as far as possible, natural and unadulterated, free from GM and hydrogenated fat, organic accredited and sourced from companies with high ethical standards.

As well as trading and building relations with producers and suppliers in developing countries, they are equally as committed to sourcing as much as possible locally. They aim for a fair and just business practice with all of their trading partners, suppliers and producers and in turn, their customers.

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