1.     Why snack on oat clusters?

  • Oats are slow releasing complex carbohydrates that discharge energy gradually so you stay fuller for longer. Only a small handful of clusters is needed to feel satisfied. Coconut is highly nutritious and rich in fibre, vitamins and minerals. Chia seeds are a superfood that provide sustainable energy. They’re loaded with antioxidants, fibre, protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Our organic oat clusters are delicious and sustaining!

2.     Is your snack vegan?

  • Yes, vegans can enjoy them as there is no egg, dairy or animal derivatives.

3.     Is your snack kosher?

  • Yes, they’re manufactured in a dedicated kosher commercial kitchen and are certified under the supervision of Kosher Australia (www.kosher.org.au)

4.     Is your snack organic?

  • Yes, we are certified organic by the Organic Food Chain (www.organicfoodchain.com.au).

5.     Is your snack gluten free?

  • Although oats may be considered safe for some people with gluten-intolerance, our oat clusters are not gluten free as commercial oats may be processed in a facility that also process wheat.  

    • For more information on oats and gluten visit   

      • www.coeliac.org.au/uploads/65701/ufiles/Position_Statements/CAPSOats.pdf

6.     Is your snack nut free?

  • We do not add peanuts or any type of tree nuts (e.g. almonds, brazil nuts, walnuts, hazelnuts, macadamia nuts, pistachios, pecans or cashews etc.) to our oat clusters, making them a lunchbox friendly snack. Please note that we bake in a shared facility and whilst every effort is made to mitigate the risks of cross contamination, we can not fully guarantee an absence of these or any other allergens.

7.     What’s in your snack that makes them sweet?

  • We use sweeteners derived from brown rice syrup (100% organic brown rice), which is gluten, fructose and GMO free (has no added cane sugar) and organic maple syrup.

8.     Why is there a saturated fat content?

We use organic coconut that raises the level of saturated fat in comparison to other products that don’t have any added coconut.

9.     Is there fibre in your snack?

  • Yes, there is 3.4g of fibre per serve (9.7g per 100g).

10.  What are food additives (numbers)?

  • These may include artificial colours, antioxidants, preservatives, emulsifiers and flavour enhancers which have complex chemical names and would be better suited in a science lab than in foods in a pantry. 

11.  What’s wrong with eating food additives?

  • The average person in Australia may unknowingly consume large amounts of additives each year. Many people have intolerances to additives that can worsen with the amount consumed. There are strong links between food additives, hyperactivity and asthma in children. The long-term effects of eating food with additives is unknown. 

    • For an interesting article visit

      • www.choice.com.au/food-and-drink/food-warnings-and-safety/food-additives/articles/food-additives-you-should-avoid

12.  What is the shelf life of your snacks?

  • Our snacks will stay fresh for 12 months in their package, sealed and stored in a dry cool place out of sunlight.

13.  Our school has a nude food policy. How is your snack packaged?

  • Our yummy oat clusters are currently sold in 250gm bags with approximately 7 serves in total. Take 3 or 4 out at a time, pop them in the lunchbox to enjoy during the day.

14.  Where can I buy organic oat clusters?

  • Please check out our Where to buy page for a list of stockists.

  • Want to know more about stocking our snacks? Contact Us. We’d love to hear from you.