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Why ROA's m*lk?

So why would you fall in love with ROA? Because it complements the taste of good coffee? Because it has a rich and creamy taste? Or because it does not break down and creates a full fluffy layer of foam? Well, why not all of the above? ROA is a great companion for your cup of coffee and ideal for latte art, no matter the bean no matter the brew. We also love it in smoothies, overnight oats, milkshakes, and even espresso martinis - or just by itself.

Rich, creamy, dreamy, ROA. Care to try?

Good for coffee

Good for the planet

Good for you

The Power of Oats

  1. ROA Barista has been fortified with essential vitamins and minerals to ensure your body gets all the nutrients it needs to thrive

  2. ROA Barista is packed with fibers

  3. ROA Barista is low in calories but rich in healthy unsaturated fats 

  4. One average glass (250ml) of ROA Barista contains about 1g of beta glucans, which is about one third of your daily need and is reported to regulate blood sugar levels

  5. ROA Barista is free of cholesterol and trans fats and consuming oat m*lk is reported to lower the levels of LDL-cholesterol (the bad kind) in your body

  6. ROA Barista contains about 300 mg of calcium per glass, helping with the strengthening and formation of healthy bones

  7. Oat m*lk is reported to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and improve heart health due to its nutritional make-up 

  8. Oat m*lk is one of the most eco-friendly dairy substitutes on the market generating 80% less greenhouse gas emissions than milk while it only needs 40% of energy compared to cow’s milk and uses twenty times less water

  9. Oat m*lk is an antioxidant and is indicated to help support skin repair and recovery from day-to-day stressors, UV, pollution, and more

  10. Oat m*lk is found to help with appetite control and maintaining a healthy weight

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Othman, R. A., Moghadasian, M. H., & Jones, P. J. (2011). Cholesterol-lowering effects of oat β-glucan. Nutrition reviews, 69(6), 299–309.

Reyes-Jurado, F., Soto-Reyes, N., Dávila-Rodríguez, M., Lorenzo-Leal, A. C., Jiménez-Munguía, M. T., Mani-López, E., & López-Malo, A. (2021). Plant-Based Milk Alternatives: Types, Processes, Benefits, and Characteristics. Food Reviews International, 1-32. 

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