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George and Maree McFarlane

Local Farmers

Cate & Joseph

Olympic Champion
& Aspiring Swimmer

Superfood made more super

The goodness of oats with a blend of nutritious ingredients (as part of a healthy varied diet)

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What people ask us most

Got a question? We’d be happy to answer it in. in fact, lots of people ask us questions all the time. Have a look through some of the most frequently asked questions and if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for you then simply get in touch.


Is the packaging of your Uncle Tobys® sachets and muesli bars recyclable?

The outer cardboard box of our Muesli Bar and Cereal products is suitable for kerbside recycling. Our cereal bags (or cereal box liners) are recyclable via store drop off through the soft plastics recyclable programme REDcycle (available at Woolworths, Coles and other selected locations). Our Muesli bar wrappers are not recyclable however we are currently exploring alternative materials as part of our commitment to making 100% of our packaging recyclable or reusable by 2025.

Do Uncle Tobys® products contain palm oil?

Our cereals don’t use palm oil as an ingredient, however some of our snacks do contain sustainable and traceable palm oil, certified by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil.

Where do you source your grains?

Uncle Tobys has been processing oats since 1893 and we only source our Oats from local farmers in Australia. Most of our Oats come from within 250km of the Uncle Tobys factory in Wahgunyah by the banks of the the Murray river.

How do I cook oats to get the best result?

Check out our fail safe guides for cooking the perfect bowl of porridge.

How can I prevent my oats over-flowing when cooking in the microwave?

Try cooking your oats in the 30 second intervals, stirring in between, to ensure a nice, evenly cooked bowl without the over-flow.

Do you use genetically modified ingredients?

At Uncle Tobys we don't use genetically modified ingredients, as defined by food regulations. We also require our suppliers to ensure that they don't supply genetically modified ingredients to us.