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It starts with a healthy you

We genuinely care about what you eat. Health problems related to obesity and climate change are two of the biggest issues facing the world today. It’s a fact that excessive meat consumption and its intensive production are major contributors to the situation. We want to face these issues head on and encourage people to reduce their meat consumption.

The Pioneers of Food

With a rapidly growing global population, the future of food is one of humankind’s biggest challenges. To help play our part, Quorn Foods launched the Pioneers Film Fund, a call to UK filmmakers to tell the important stories of people finding solutions to how we can sustainably feed ourselves in the future. This short trailer showcases the winning three beautifully shot films – all with incredible stories.

For more information and to view all three films click here.

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Protectors of The Planet

Five Personal Stories - One Critical Message.

The planet and the human race are under threat; we face the biggest fight of our lives.

Watch and follow our journey, which took us around the world, lead to inspiring encounters with 5 ordinary people who, in the face of adversity, have risen to the challenge.

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Reducing our environmental impact

We’re extra passionate when it comes to protein production. We don’t rear livestock, preferring to grow and harvest Quorn mycoprotein in giant fermenters instead. This process is better for the environment as it uses less water, produces fewer greenhouse gases and takes up less land.

Quorn® is the first global meat-alternative brand to achieve third party verification of its carbon footprint figures, with over 60% of our products proudly having their footprints verified by the Carbon Trust.


The Carbon Footprint of Quorn Mince is more than 95% lower than that of beef†[1]


In 2021 our sites’ Carbon Emissions from energy showed a reduction of 83% compared to our 2012 baseline[2]

Data sources: † Global average, ‡ Per tonne of production, 1. Quorn Footprint Comparison Report (the Carbon Trust, 2023), 2. Quorn Net Positive Report (2022)

Sustainability Calculator

It might surprise you how much of an impact going meat free can have on our planet and your health. It’s not just the amount of calories and saturated fat you’ll save, but your carbon footprint too.†[1][2]

Use our sustainability calculator to calculate the impact of going meat free.

Carbon equivalent of boiling 388 kettles

Same number of calories in 1 chocolate biscuits

Water saving equivalent of 8 days of personal use

Dietary fat reduction equivalent of 2 teaspoons of butter

Data sources: † Sustainability calculator data uses a variety of meat vs. meat free proteins, 1. Quorn Footprint Comparison Report (The Carbon Trust, 2023), 2. McCance and Widdowson (2019)

Net Positive Report

Read about the things we’ve achieved so far and find out more about the exciting developments and innovations helping to make Quorn even more sustainable. Find out more

Sustainable Palm Oil

Palm oil is a versatile ingredient that's good to use because it only needs half the land of other oil producing crops. But in some parts of the world, illegal and irresponsible palm oil practices are a clear driver of deforestation, social conflicts and human rights issues. This cannot be allowed to continue.

Protecting Water Resources

In many parts of the world, water is a scarce resource and under increasing pressure as the global population grows.

12x higher

The water footprint of beef is 12x higher than that of Quorn Mince†[1]

2.7x greater

The water footprint of chicken is 2.7x more than Quorn Pieces†[1]


In 2021 our site water use showed a reduction of 36% compared to our 2012 baseline[2]

Data sources: † Global average, ‡ Per tonne of production, 1. Quorn Footprint Comparison Report (The Carbon Trust, 2023), 2. Quorn Net Positive Report (2022)

How you can make a difference

Did you know that one bowl of chilli could help save the planet? Watch our series of sustainability videos and discover how changing what we eat can make a real difference.

Take that beef

Quorn Spaghetti Bolognese has 90% less saturated fat than a beef version†[1]

Data sources: † Global average, 1. McCance and Widdowson (2019)