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Organic Porridge Oats

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Primrose’s Kitchen Organic Porridge Oats Our oats are grown in the organic, rich soils of the Medlock family Farm near Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire. When grown and ready, the oats are toasted on a flat kiln at the historic Montgarrie Mill which...
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Primrose’s Kitchen Organic Porridge Oats

Our oats are grown in the organic, rich soils of the Medlock family Farm near Laurencekirk, Aberdeenshire. When grown and ready, the oats are toasted on a flat kiln at the historic Montgarrie Mill which is located just 14 miles from the farm. Using the traditional methods the oats are turned with a wooden shovel and cool naturally before the milling process. This whole procedure takes approximately 20 days; a long time compared to the few hours that the process would take in a modern factory but this is what makes these oats extra creamy and delicious.

Now packaged with love in a home compostable bag!

Gluten Free Porridge Oats, Gluten Free, Wheat Free, No Added Salt, High Fibre, Organic, No Added Sugar.

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