We’re calling it: oats are the ultimate wholegrain hot breakfast. Rolled oats are the familiar classic you know and love, rolled at .50mm thickness. Creamy and slightly nutty, these oats are perfect for your morning porridge or muesli.
Plays an important role in satiety (fat, fiber and protein)
May help fight cardiovascular disease and aid healthy blood pressure (polyphenols — antioxidant)
Helps protect cells from damage and is important for healthy bones (manganese and phosphorus)
Assists energy creation and helps to maintain your mental and emotional state (vitamin B1 and iron)
What goes in.
What's kept out.
Artificial sugars or gluten of any kind.
Did you know?
Did you know instant oats are highly processed? Unlike rolled oats, which are whole grains steamed and flattened, instant oats are pre-cooked, dried, rolled and pressed. They might save you a couple of minutes, but the final result is mushy and starving of nutrients.
Cut and packed in South Australia.
Everyone knows that eggs are a great binding agent. But did you know oats are another great way to glue your burger patties together?
Back in 1969 when John Gorton was PM and The Beatles were still together, Four Leaf flour mill was in its burgeoning days. Located in South Australia, this family-owned organic grain processing establishment is as wholesome as they come. They use only Australian grown ingredients, and use machinery designed and built by farm owner Gavin himself. Gavin’s knack for engineering (and a new mill workshop onsite) has allowed for grain cleaning, hulling, steaming and rolling, which has led to over 60 lines of grain products. These days, Four Leaf continues to create premium oats and flour using ingredients sourced from their own farm, as well as farms around the country.