Thirty years ago there was no Oatly, just some researchers at a university in a country mistakenly known for polar bears roaming the streets, nerding out on ways to turn oats into a milk alternative and creating a production process to keep all the beta-glucans (big, scientific word for soluble fiber) intact so that we could go crazy making all kinds of delicious and sustainable oatmilks and Oatgurt and oat spreads and a barista edition oatmilk and then share all of this oat history here on Heritage Radio Network’s website, and you could read about it while sipping a nice coffee with oatmilk perhaps.