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Company

A unique brand

Quorn products are made from Mycoprotein. Mycoprotein is a nutritionally Healthy Protein that is Meat Free and naturally low in saturated fat and high in protein and fibre.

Quorn products have the taste appearance and texture of meat, perfect for if you're thinking about eating less meat or creating healthier versions of your favourite everyday meals.

Addressing major macro consumer needs:

Quorn addresses several macro global trends such as helping meat reduction, vegetarianism, heart health, weight management and obesity and enabling consumers to enjoy healthier versions of their favourite everyday meals.

Quorn replicates the taste and texture of meat, but with less calories, fat and cholesterol.


With global relevance:

Quorn products are the most widely available meat alternative in the world. This is due to its superiority in terms of taste and texture versus other meat alternatives. You’ll find our products in 15 markets: UK, Ireland, Luxembourg, Singapore, Sweden, Netherlands, Finland, Germany, Belgium, Denmark, Norway, Switzerland, United States, Australia, New Zealand & South Africa. We’re the market leader in most of these countries.

Quorn around the world

Better for you. Better for the planet.

If the world ate the same diet as the UK, this would require 3 planets Prof. A Knight, Single Planet Living.

Livestock is a very inefficient source of protein which is why eating Quorn products instead of meat can be a more sustainable option. For example, the carbon footprint of Quorn Mince is 70% less than that of beef, so Quorn products are better for you and better for the planet.

To find out more view the Quorn Sustainable Development Report 2014.

A solution to a growing global demand for protein:

Global population growth means that protein demand
will grow by 70%+
by 2050.