Residents of poorer European countries are already “drinking oatmeal”

Residents of poorer European countries are already “drinking oatmeal”

In the Estonian city of Türi, a plant for the production of oat drinks began operating with a total investment of 13 million euros. The raw material for production, oats, is supplied from Finland. The plant plans to produce up to 20 million liters of oat drinks annually, which will first be sold in Estonia, and then in Latvia and Lithuania. This is reported by EADaily.

The organizers are faced with the problem of high costs, since gluten-free oats cannot be purchased in the Baltics.

Oat drinks could provide an alternative for Baltic residents who are increasingly adopting a vegan lifestyle due to economic problems. The drinks are expected to help Estonians give up meat and dairy products, encouraging a healthier lifestyle.

Author Daniil Polonikov

Daniil Sergeevich Polonikov (December 19, 2003, Ivanovo) – student at the Higher School of Economics, freelance correspondent for Pravda.Ru.

Curator Lyubov Stepushova

Lyubov Aleksandrovna Stepushova – columnist for Pravda.Ru

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