iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.44 (5% off)
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it was great but expensive
Posted by AbbyPro on Mar 20, 2016
it was great in taste & texture like non gluten outs but expensive
Posted by southerninlaw on Feb 07, 2016
As gluten free oats cannot be sold in Australia at present (due to labeling laws), I am CONSTANTLY stocking up on these oats as we can't live without them! Previously I bought the rolled oats but for some reason customs will no longer allow them, however, these work just fine! We use them in porridge, pancakes, baking, savoury recipes and even face masks! Be sure to check out our page for other healthy gluten free product reviews! :)
Posted by Reviewer1928206 on Jan 23, 2016
Loves these oats, my boys are celiac and these don't react with them
Posted by 4703920154846546181 on Nov 30, 2015
I was very happy to find this product. note that due to the lack of gluten, the oatmeal won't be as "sticky" as those that contain gluten.
Posted by 5571025596027426077 on Jul 15, 2015
Good quality and they cook very quickly. Tastes good and I will definitely keep ordering them.
Posted by 5598399106105531991 on May 29, 2015
More expensive than in some other webshops, but really tasty.
Posted by 5396673498918683348 on May 11, 2015
very good product!!! THANK YOU
Not tried yet
Posted by Reviewer2568559 on Apr 30, 2015
I didn't try it yet.
Posted by Reviewer3218971 on Oct 22, 2014
Good quality and taste
Poor quality control, low grade grain
Posted by Reviewer2812867 on Oct 06, 2014
Somehow I get pain in lower stomach whenever I consume their oats, I thought I developed allergy, had to threw it away. Then I bought certified organic oats imported from France and I don't get any stomach ache/diarrhea, and concluded that their product is the issue. I bought their certified organic oats also and same issue...I think it's something is really wrong with US grown grain in general because every time I buy US grown grains (oats, beans, wheat) my colon reacts.