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Danny Blackman

Tetrapaks aren’t recycled by my local council but we get through at least 12 a month

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Rhiannon Burrell

A barista version would be great too


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Hilary Lynch

Yes, that is so frustrating about Tetrapaks. Is there a way to do zero waste with a product that is also calcium and mineral fortified???


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Kyle Graves

try the modern milkman. oat milk delivered in glass bottles


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Kathleen Phillips

We go through about 8 a week in our family! Although, we also don't like the price at the shops. Maybe by buying in bulk we could find a way to cut costs, too?


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Jane Towers

i love the Minor figures organic oat milk so its a shame that being a new customer i can not order it, i look forward to you working with them to come up with a zero waste alternative to the current packaging


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Luca Riboni

I believe Minor Figures already supplies some shops with refilling stations. i'm sure they would love to work with goodclub


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Meryl Gorin

With calcium though


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Clea Whitley

We get through 1 Oatly barista every day or two! I’ve tried the minor figures version and it tastes fine, but it doesn’t have the added B12 or vitamin D - i don’t have the memory for an additional supplement.
Our local council doesn’t accept tetrapacks in the kerbside collections, so we have to take them to the local recycling centre which is a bit of a pain.
Basically, I’d love a plastic free Oatly Barista option, but will continue to buy it regardless.


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Paul Stevenson

Oato from Milk and More comes in returnable glass bottles.. decent option for now


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Olivia Baskerville

We adore Oato - foams as well as Oatly and it's completely zero waste. Check out Milk & More to get it delivered to your house a couple times a week.


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Edwin Lyons

I use this and like it - recommend it too.


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Sorcha Fenlon

Another vote for Oato here - tastes great, foams well for coffee and of course the glass bottle/returnable to milkman.


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Lynsey Flack

Would really welcome oat milk in a reusable or at the least recyclable format other than tetra - not sure what the options are to make this feasible.


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Olivia Baskerville

Check out Milk & More for Oato!


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Anna Route

Gluten free oat milk too please


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Elisa Pendered

Yes! Glebe farm seem to have a good one and use bio energy to produce?


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Teresa Emberson

Milk and More deliver oat milk in bottles and I find that it works well as an alternative to Oatley Barista. It works out a little more expensive, of course, but it's great that the bottles are re-useable - even better than recyclable!


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Yasmin Howie

Do you know if the milk is barista friendly? I want to switch to glass bottles but making coffee with regular oat milk is a nightmare


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Christopher Corbettis

Milk & More’s oat milk is made by Oato, it’s absolutely delicious, they say this:

“Crafted for coffee, it’ll micro-foam for your latte art but it also goes great with cereal, tea, cooking or just straight from the bottle.”
oato.co.uk/product/

You can always try one bottle from Milk & More with no need to commit. That’s how we began back in February and I quickly switched away from Tetra Pak cartons and we haven’t looked back since.


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Elisa Pendered

Glebe Farm is barista friendly oat milk, makes a lovely latte :)


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Kim Hayes

I can’t get a milk and more delivery where I live. Would love to find an alternative out there


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Karen Gillett

NO Tetrapack cannot be recycled anywhere because of the composition of it. We need an alternative.


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David Kingston

They recycle them in Leicestershire. They are generally recycled from what I can see.


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Samou Allison

Maybe a gluten free option too ??? LOVING sproud at the moment.
I was thinking the other day - why don't they make a powdered version you hydrate and shake yourself ???
Definatly feel distressed at the amount of tetrapack I go throguh x


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Sigita Budraityte

I use powdered coconut for pancakes and sometimes coffee, but it's not very convenient: www.goodclub.co.uk/shop/products/16061


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Catriona Cufflin

Organic oat milk in returnable bottles would be great. We really liked the Minor Figures organic oat milk you have started supplying, as it means we don’t have to support Oatly now they have been bought over!


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Olivia Baskerville

Look above for comments about Oato from Milk and More!


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Anna MacKenzie Hall

We get our oat milk from the milkman (Milk and More) - love that the milk bottle is cleaned and used again.


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Joanna Stevenson

Prefer organic oat milk, missed Organic Oatly in this months order


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Meena Reddy

Organic if possible


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Karen Vatter

I'm lucky enough to get my Oat milk in glass milk bottles from my local Milk & More man after the Tetracycle and Oatly debacle. Milk & More ain't saints, but until I can find better recycling packs, M&M will do. Would be great in glass bottles with metal caps.


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Gabriella Snow

Yes! I am moving soon and I will be loosing my local Milk & More man so I have to go back to the tetra cycle packs :( I would LOVE this through the Good Club!


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Stevan Cirkovic

I like the idea but ngl, if I still preferred Oatly to the package free option, I wouldn't think twice about choosing taste


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Annelie Kops

yes, if it came in returnable bottles.


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Rhian Eastham

This would be awesome! Though I'm not gonna lie, I love oatly. Maybe if we could get them on board with zero waste packaging it would be a winner 😁


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Farrah Broucke

organic oat milk would be great!


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David Callow

Send a message to your local council about recycling these. My council will take these for recycling at a separate drop off point in my village.


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Victoria Kensdale

Same here. It would be great if it didn’t affect the price as well!


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Theo Letts

i really like oat milk too