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Oat milk availability

by Linbee Online Now Feb 2, 2013 at 11:55 AM

Hi all

We are travelling to San Vito dei Normanni in May and would welcome advice on where to buy oat milk or Oatley milk for our dairy intolerant 3 year old.

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    Re: Oat milk availability

    by cgf Online Now Feb 2, 2013 at 12:46 PM

    i'm not sure you'll find it, you may find rice milk instead.
    anyway there's two milk, one called Accadì (from Granarolo) and other called Zymil (from Parmalat). Both are quite easy to be found
    Anyway they are regular milk, with the lactose already broken down, making it easier to digest. if for your child the problem is lactose these two could be fine.

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    Re: Oat milk availability

    by Manara Online Now Feb 2, 2013 at 4:20 PM

    While soy milk and rice milk are easily found in all stores, oat milk is not so common in Italy and it is sold mainly in "Erboristeria" (shops that sell herbal remedies) and "Parafarmacia" (shops for dietary supplements and non-prescription drugs).
    In Italian oat milk is "latte d'avena", but in commerce it is usually called "bevanda d'avena" (oat drink) because on restrictions on the use of the word "milk".
    If you wish to try rice milk (latte di riso), the main brand is Chiccolat. The most popular soy milk (latte di soia) is Valsoia.

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  • Re: Oat milk availability

    by Linbee Online Now Feb 4, 2013 at 10:44 AM

    Thanks for your reply. Guess we will have to either bring enough or find health food shops.

    Regards

    Lin

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