Scottish organic oat cookies
The combination of coarse oat flakes and aromatic honey makes the taste of this Urbritish cookies. The crispy oat cookies are thereby only slightly sweet and taste purely just as with tea or also with cheese.
Delicious Treats from a Scots Island.
The Inner Hebrides is an archipelago off the west coast of mainland Scotland. On one of the 79 islands, the Isle of Mull, you find an amazing bakery. The “Island Bakery” uses the best ingredients to make tasty biscuits that are second to none. Dawn and Joe Reade, the family business owners, started baking bread in the mid-1990s. In 2001 they found an ideal way to diversify: with incomparably good cookies, which they (fortunately) market abroad. A characteristic island mentality often comprises a heightened awareness of the finite nature of resources, so it’s hardly surprising that the “Island Bakery” runs on electricity from wind energy and hydroelectric power from the Tobermory River, and the Reades heat the oven with local wood.
Ingredients and References:
Oat biscuits (organic) with honey (organic)
35% oats*, wheat flour*, butter (milk)*, sugar*, 9% honey*, sea salt, raising agent: deer horn salt (ammonium carbonate) (*from controlled organic farming)
Please Note the Following Included Allergens:
May contain traces of soy, nuts, and peanuts.
Storage and Preparation Instructions:
Store in an airtight container when opened.
Origin / Provenance:
Inspection Board for Organic Farming:
Responsible Food Business Operator (RFBO):
The Island Bakery
Isle of Mull Scotland
|Nutritional values per||100 g|
|Calorific value||1837 kJ / 439 kcal|
|hereof saturated fatty acids||13 g|
|hereof sugar||18 g|
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