- Pure, classic Irish oatmeal, with nothing added and nothing taken away
- Pack of four 28-ounce tins
- Completely natural, no processing, no addition, and nothing artificial
- McCann?s Oatmeal is more than just a breakfast cereal–it is becoming increasingly popular as a versatile baking ingredient
- McCann?s has been making the classic oatmeal product for more than 150 years–the makers of the finest Irish oatmeal
Mccanns Traditional Oatmeal (Tin), 28 Ounce Unit
McCann’s steel cut Irish oatmeal is the original and best oatmeal in the world. This is the classic Irish oatmeal–nothing added and nothing taken away–just pure goodness. If you are looking for great tasting oats, then go no further than McCann’s steel cut Irish oatmeal. Imagine taking the best oats, removing the outer husk, and then cutting them into smaller pieces–that is all they do! That is why McCann’s steel cut oats are so rich and wholesome, with their unique, nutty taste–there is no processing, no addition, and nothing artificial. The cut grain of steel cut oats means they take longer to cook than rolled oats–but the distinctive texture makes it all worthwhile! This is sold in a pack of four 28-ounce tins.
The story of McCann’s dates back to 1800 when John McCann built a mill at Beamond, on the east coast of Ireland. John McCann’s Irish oatmeal secured many prizes for its excellent quality over the years and the company continued to grow steadily. A piece of McCann’s history was created in August 2005 when for the first time production of the trademark 28-ounce tin of steel cut oats exceeded 1 million tins for a twelve month period.
McCann’s has been making the classic oatmeal product for more than 150 years – and it has changed very little in that time–it is still the same real thing. McCann’s is best known for its classic steel cut oats packed in the iconic 28-ounce tin. However, there are many other tasty products available–quick cooking oatmeal, instant oatmeal, and oat bran.
All McCann’s products are non-GMO. They are specially grown by local farmers–there are no GMO oat crops grown in Ireland.
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