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Oddlygood Launches Dreamy Desserts & Barista Oat Drinks at Asda UK

Source: The DairyNews
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Oddlygood, a renowned Finnish food company, is making waves in the UK market with its delectable offerings as it introduces its popular Barista Oat Drinks and Dreamy Desserts range in Asda stores.
Oddlygood Launches Dreamy Desserts & Barista Oat Drinks at Asda UK
The newly launched products, arriving at Asda this week, include Barista Oat Drinks in Salted Caramel and Vanilla flavors, known for their exceptional foamability and high protein content. Additionally, Oddlygood presents its Dreamy Desserts in tantalizing variants such as Dreamy Lemon Dessert and Dreamy Berries Dessert, promising a delightful plant-based treat.

All Oddlygood products are free fr om gluten and palm oil, embodying the brand's commitment to providing healthier and tastier plant-based alternatives. The Barista Oat Drinks, in particular, have garnered praise for their creamy texture and superior foamability, making them a favorite among consumers seeking dairy-free options.

The brand's expansion into the UK market follows its remarkable success across Europe, wh ere it has become a prominent player in the plant-based food and beverage industry. With a strategic acquisition of Nordic brand Planti and a recent financing round of €25M, Oddlygood is poised to lead the charge in delivering innovative and flavorful plant-based products.

Nina Gillsvik, Global CMO at Oddlygood, expressed excitement about the UK launch, emphasizing the brand's commitment to quality and taste. With three Great Taste Awards under its belt and recognition as the UK's Product of the Year, Oddlygood continues to captivate consumers with its exceptional offerings.
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