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Oat dexter

The oat seed is cleaned to remove all impurities normally present after harvesting, then it is removed part of the external glume leaving the inner part rich in beta-glucans and prebiotic nutrients. The treated seed is ground and taken into extrusion where the treatment causes a gelatinization of the starch and an action of “destructuring” on proteins and fibers, action that facilitates digestion and lowers the allergenic irritant.

The product is then ground and stored.