Flahavan's Microwave Organic Porridge Oat Natural 280g 8 sachets

  • organic
  • irelands-ancient-east-dublin

description
From our family to yours We at Flahavan's have been milling quality oats for over 200 years at the family mill beside the River Mahon in Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford. We believe that a great day sta...

From our family to yours

We at Flahavan's have been milling quality oats for over 200 years at the family mill beside the River Mahon in Kilmacthomas, Co. Waterford. We believe that a great day starts with the wholegrain goodness of a bowl of porridge.

A healthy breakfast

Delicious with milk or water (or a mixture of both) and with your own toppings, you will be enjoying all the creamy wholesome taste you can expect from a Flahavan's breakfast.

Organically grown oats

Organic agriculture uses systems that promote the environmentally sound production of food, using soil fertility as a key to successful production. It respects the natural capacity of plants, animals and the landscape while seeking to enhance the quality of organic produce.

Certified organic

Our organic oats are subject to the most stringent regulations and are strictly monitored by the Organic Trust Limited.

Ingredients List

  • Organic Wholegrain Rolled Oats

Dietary Info

Nutritional Information Per 100g
Energy KJ 1566KJ
  371Kcal
Fat 5.8g
Of Which Saturates 1.0g
Carbohydrate 64g
Of Which Sugars 0.9g
Fibre 8.3
Protein 11g
Salt <0.01g

Storage

Store in a cool dry place away from strong smelling products.

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the story of the producer

Flahavan’s

We can’t get much more local! There has been an oats mill down the road at Kilmacthomas since the late 1700's.

Today, the Flahavan's are the sixth generation to run the business. Flahavan's porridge has a distinctive texture and taste because all of the oats used in the making of Flahavan's are grown locally, chosen from a select panel of growers.

The region around Kilmacthomas has its own micro-climate, nestling beneath the shelter of the Comeragh Mountains while also being relatively close to the sea. This means that the area does not get very cold winters, which gives a better quality oat grain.
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an Irish family business for over 50 years
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