what is vegan

Is wholemeal oat vegan?

Wholemeal oat is a vegan food ingredient.

Checking out an ingredients list? 👇

Vegan Ingredient Checker
Scan labels, check if ingredients are vegan
Get on Google PlayGet on App Store

Learn more

"You are amazing, this has saved me so much time when grocery shopping!"

— Austin, a user who reached out with feedback

"It's been a great tool since starting my journey! You take a pic of the nutrition/ingredients, and it'll warn you of anything questionable or not vegan. 😁"

— Ashe, a Vegan For Beginners Facebook Group member

"Use a vegan app when you go shopping, I use WhatsVegan."

— Dóra, a Vegan For Beginners Facebook Group member

So, what is wholemeal oat?

Wholemeal oat is a highly nutritious grain that comes from the oat plant. It is made by grinding the entire oat groat, including the bran, germ, and endosperm, into a fine flour. This results in a dense, hearty flour with a nutty flavor and a slightly sweet taste. Wholemeal oat is a great source of dietary fiber, which can help regulate digestion and lower cholesterol levels. It also contains essential vitamins and minerals, such as iron, magnesium, and zinc, which can support overall health and well-being. Wholemeal oat can be used in a variety of baked goods, including bread, muffins, and cookies, as well as in porridge and other hot cereals.

How to quickly find the source of ingredients like wholemeal oat?

We've built a database of 49359 ingredients (and growing), classified as "vegan", "non-vegan", or "maybe vegan".

We use it in our vegan ingredients scanner, which is the best way to avoid non-vegan ingredients - you take a picture of a product's ingredient list, and the app tells you if the product is vegan or not.

scan ingredient listvegan ingredient checkervegan shopping made simple
Get on Google PlayGet on App Store
Stay in the loop about new WhatsVegan goodies!
We'll never send you spam.
Do you have any feedback? Drop us a line at [email protected] 🙌
The content on this website and the WhatsVegan application is not dietary advice, and it's intended for informational and educational purposes only.Terms of ServicePrivacy policy