Check out the most frequently asked questions below.
ARE MÖ PRODUCTS MADE IN FINLAND?
Yes, they are. We are 100% dedicated to using only the best oats in Finland. The products are also made in small batches in our own oat-dairy plant in Ostrobothnia, Finland.
WHERE ARE MÖ PRODUCTS MADE?
They are made in Finland. More specifically in Lohtaja.
The products are made from 100% Finnish oats.
IS THERE ADDED SUGAR IN MÖ KAURAJOGU®?
Yes, the products have some sugar. The flavoured ones have 6,6 -7,1 g /100 g and the natural one has only 2,3 g/100g. By the way, this is less than the sugar content of regular milk. Also, we don’t use any artificial sweeteners.
HOW MUCH PROTEIN IS IN KAURARAHKIS?
One portion of MÖ Kaurarahkis is packed with 10g of protein. The protein comes not only from Kaurarahkis itself but also from the protein granola. This perfect plant-protein combination includes proteins from oats, peas and fava beans.
IS MÖ PRODUCTS GLUTEN-FREE AND IS IT SUITABLE FOR PEOPLE WITH CELIAC DISEASE?
The oats used in the products are gluten-free. These oats are the only cereal we use. However, our supplier handles other cereals in the same manufacturing line as well which causes a contamination risk, and unfortunately, we can’t recommend our products for people with celiac disease.
IS MÖ PRODUCTS SUITABLE FOR VEGANS?
Yes, they are! All our raw materials are plant-based so MÖ Kaurajogu® is suitable for a vegan diet. MÖ Kaurajogu® does not contain milk, lactose, animal fats, or any other animal-based additives. MÖ as a company produces only plant-based products so you’ll always be able to spot vegan products by our logo.
IS MÖ ORGANIC?
At the moment, our raw materials are not organic certified. We have also added calcium to MÖ Kaurajogu® so using an organic label would not be allowed.
DO YOU HAVE ANY OTHER INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE?
Shake MÖ Kaurajogu® well before opening. We don’t homogenise the products so it might separate during storage and transportation.
WHY CAN’T YOU SAY YOGURT?
We know that our products remind a lot like yoghurt and it is made similar to what traditional yoghurt. However, the food legislation doesn't allow plant-based dairy substitutes to be named as traditional dairy products. That's also why we cannot call our products yoghurts.
Nevertheless, we have the privilege to name these non-dairy, yoghurt-type products as Kaurajogu (Oatjogu). Much better, isn't it?
WHERE CAN I BUY MÖ PRODUCTS?
MÖ Kaurajogu® are sold in well-stocked K-shops all over Finland (K-market, K-Supermarket, and Citymarket). You can also find MÖ Kaurajogu® from S-shops in mid- Ostrobothnia and northern Finland, Halpa-Halli stores nationally and Anton&Anton shops in Helsinki.