• Sells oat-based products, primarily liquid oat drinks
  • Products include oat drinks (plain and flavored), oatgurt (oat yogurt), iMat (oat cream), energy drinks, ice cream, sauces, and spreads
  • Retail price for the oat drinks is about £2 per liter
  • Oatly began as a dairy alternat...

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