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Originally created in 1966, Quaker Instant Oatmeal is now owned by PepsiCo, from which the Quaker Oats Company was acquired in 2001.
Oats, from which oatmeal is derived, are among the healthiest and most nutrient-dense grains available. Oatmeal is a healthy option because it is low in fat, high in protein, and full of carbs and fibre.
Benefits to heart health and general well-being can be attained through Quaker instant oatmeal’s vitamin and mineral composition.
Oatmeal contains whole grains, which the USDA Dietary Guidelines recommend consuming at least three times per week to reduce the risk of heart disease.
Quaker Oatmeal Components
According to the USDA Branded Food Products Database, in addition to whole grain oats, Quaker oatmeal also contains oat flour.
Valcium carbonate, salt, guar gum, caramel colour, reduced iron, and vitamin A palmitate. Oatmeal’s calcium content comes in part from calcium carbonate.
Addition of guar gum, a water-thickening ingredient comparable to cornstarch, causes the oats to thicken.
Starring Tom Hanks and directed by Aaron Schneider, Greyhound is a 2020 American war film.
This adaptation of C. S. Forester’s The Good Shepherd from 1955 stars Stephen Graham, Rob Morgan, and Elisabeth Shue.
The story follows an American naval officer as he leads a multinational fleet of four destroyers in protecting 37 Allied commerce and troop transport ships.
During the Battle of the Atlantic in early 1942, just a few months after the United States entered World War II, they come under attack by German U-boats.