Yes you can. Many Quorn products are low in fat and low in saturated fat. So you can enjoy your favourite meals with fewer calories and lower fat.
Frequently Asked Questions
Got a question about the best way to cook, prepare and store your favourite Quorn® products?
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Our Quorn chefs have answered all of your more frequently asked questions with simple, inspiring, and easy-to-follow tips and how-to videos.
Quorn Foods have certain products that are Halal approved. This is so that they can be sold to catering establishments, hospitals, schools and colleges where this approval is required. As Quorn is a meat free brand, the assessment has nothing to do with the treatment of animals, but rather, it is to ensure there is no alcohol used in either the products or the process of manufacture.
At Quorn foods we have a vision to help make the world’s diets healthier and more sustainable. We want to help you to make great tasting meals, and where possible, we aim for a nutritional profile that achieves green and amber on the UK 'traffic light' system. Some of our products including Mince, Pieces, Crispy Nuggets, Cocktail Sausages and Picnic Eggs are low in saturated fat, a source of fibre and high in protein, meaning they are a nutritionally healthy source of protein.
View our intolerance information page.
Yes, Quorn products are suitable for Vegetarians, and are certified by the Vegetarian Society.
A selection of Quorn products are now certified as gluten-free by the Coleiac Society. These products can be identified in stores with the crossed grain symbol on the back of pack.
A full list of our gluten-free products can be viewed by clicking here.
We have gained Kosher approval with the Manchester Beth Din for mycoprotein and our frozen Mince packs. Please visit the Manchester Beth Din website and search for Quorn for details of our approved products. We will be working to expand this approval to other Quorn products in the near future.
Where possible products are green or amber for salt nutritionals according to the UK traffic light system, there a few exceptions to this where we try to make it as simple as possible to swap from processed meat to meat free, such as bacon, ham and more indulgent sausages. We will continue to work on these products to reduce salt content.
Yes. Quorn products are meat free, and many a source of protein. Quorn contains a protein source called mycoprotein which has all the essential amino acids you'd find in animal protein sources.
Quorn foods have a vegan range which is suitable for those following a vegan diet. Products in the range include Vegan Ultimate Burger, Fish Free Fillets, Pieces, Fillets, Vegan Crunchy Nuggets, Vegan Hot & Spicy Burgers and Vegan Chicken Free and Ham Free Deli Slices. You can find out more about the range here. We try to ensure Vegan products are clearly marked, to make them easy to find instore, and this seems to be working, as the range continues to grow.
The majority of the Quorn product range still contains a small amount of egg white or milk ingredients, so are not suitable for vegans. However, we are constantly investigating different ways to produce Quorn products to make them suitable for Vegans, with the amazing taste and texture you would expect from Quorn products. In 2019 we will be launching more Vegan food - watch this space!
We are working hard to become a nut-free manufacturer, however at present there are a few Quorn products which are manufactured on sites which also handle nuts. Where this presents a risk, this is detailed on the ingredients declaration on the back of pack, in bold type.
Many Quorn products are low in saturated fat. Where this is the case, we call this out on the front of our packs, to make it as easy as possible for you to choose healthier products.