World’s No.1 Oats Brand*

*Source Euromonitor International Limited; Packaged Food 2021 edition, as per hot cereals definition, retail value sales; rsp, all retail channels, 2020 data.

Our Products

Since 1877, we pride ourselves in providing this wholesome goodness to you and your family. Explore our wonderful varieties and discover the goodness of oats in every spoonful!

Available in 325g, 400g, 800g, 1kg, 1.2kg & 1.35kg

Available in 800g

3-in-1 Oat Cereal Drink:

Available flavours: Original, Vanilla, Chocolate, Berry Burst, Matcha and Mocha

Available in 400g


Available flavours: Original / Cinnamon

Available flavours: Original / Cinnamon


Available flavours: Honey Nuts, Chocolate Chips, Raisins

Our products are widely available in your nearest hypermarket and stores. Into online shopping? You can even purchase Quaker products in the comfort of your home at:

Why Oats?

The Super Grain

Quaker Oats products are 100% whole grain; which means it’s a powerhouse of nutrition because they contain all three parts of the grain kernel – the germ, endosperm and bran!

Iron for Immunity

Iron is a fundamental element for normal development of our body’s immune system. Iron deficiency can negatively influence the normal defence systems of the body against infections / bacteria. But the good news is, we can obtain Iron from many natural foods around us including oats.

  • Oats is a well-known cereal grain because of its unique nutritional value among other grains consumed in the Southeast Asian diets.
  • Oats contains a wide range of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and is a great natural source of Fibre, Protein, Carbohydrates and mineral such as Iron.
  • Oats contain the highest amount of Iron and Zinc compared to several other grains commonly eaten in the eastern diet (White Rice, Brown Rice, White Bread, Barley and Corn)
Heart-Healthy Goodness
Researches have shown that the consumption of oats can help reduce the bad low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol in our body without affecting the good high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol. It can also lower the risk of developing heart diseases and several types of cancers, besides helping us maintain a healthy digestive system.
Oats embodies a super high amount of soluble fibre (beta glucan) and contains more protein, calcium, and Vitamin E than any other common unfortified whole grains (wheat, brown rice or whole corn grain) on a gram per gram basis. The soluble fibre in oats can make your heart healthy by lowering your blood cholesterol. Think tiny sponges soaking up and removing bad cholesterol from your body. How amazing!

Quaker’s Kitchen

Eating oats don’t necessarily have to be bland and boring! Get inspired with delicious and wholesome Quaker Oats recipes here for your daily dose of a variety of natural nutrients & goodness.

If this isn’t enough to tickle your taste buds, head on over to Quaker’s Kitchen for more recipes!


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Here’s your questions answered!

1. What is the difference between Instant Oats, Quick Cook Oats and Rolled Oats?
– All varieties of oats offer the same 100% whole grain goodness. Where they differ is shape, texture and cook time. Rolled Oats has a whole texture, and takes about 5 minutes to cook on the stovetop. It is also recommended for overnight oats preparation. Instant Oats are cut fine to allow it to cook very fast and is commonly eaten just by adding hot water. Quick Cook falls somewhere in between.
2. How does Quaker Oats help in reducing Cholesterol ?
Quaker Oats contain Beta-Glucan – a soluble fibre largely unique to oats that has been proven to help lower blood cholesterol if it is accompanied by a diet low in saturated fat and low in cholesterol.

Researchers have identified two ways that beta-glucan lowers LDL “bad” cholesterol:

(a) Beta-glucan forms a gel in the small intestine, it binds with the cholesterol in the food and digestive tract, preventing it from entering the blood stream.

(b) Beta-Glucan triggers the liver to pull LDL “bad” cholesterol from the bloodstream so it can be removed from the body.

3. How does Quaker Oats help in supporting Immunity?
– Quaker Oats is a natural source of Iron which important for Immunity. Iron deficiency can negatively influence the normal systems against infections 1


1 FAO/WHO. 2001. Chapter 13: Iron deficiency. Human Vitamin and Mineral Requirements: FAO/WHO expert consultation on human vitamin and mineral requirements, p. 204 – 208. Bangkok, Rome: Food and Nutrition Division FAO.

4. Are Quaker Oats products gluten-free?

– Oats are inherently gluten-free, but may come in contact with gluten-containing grains at the field, during storage, during transportation and manufacturing process.

5. Can diabetics patient consume oats?

– Diabetic patients can consider Quaker Whole Rolled Oats as an option as it has low GI levels. Choice of ingredients used to complement the oats is also important for diabetic patients thus it is important to consult your doctor for further recommendation.

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