There are over 100 different Quorn products to choose from.
About Quorn Foods
Message from our CEO
At Quorn® we have a simple message. To bring people delicious and exciting food that is good for them and good for the planet. The ethical, health and environmental benefits of Quorn foods puts corporate responsibility at the heart of everything we do.
Kevin Brennan - CEO
Frequently Asked Questions
Cooking with Quorn isn’t always the same as cooking with other foods. So here’s where you’ll find all the inspiration and tips about how to prepare, cook and store your favourite Quorn products and recipes. Have a look through our frequently asked questions section for simple, easy-to-follow tips.
Quorn foods have a vegan range which is suitable for those following a vegan diet. Products in the range include Schnitzel and Nuggets.
The majority of the Quorn product range still contain 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.
Quorn products are so easy to cook. Quorn products can be cooked using an oven, grill, stove or microwave. Quorn products are delicious, tasty and easy to prepare, just refer to the cooking instructions on pack. Our cooking instructions for Quorn ingredients products often recommend that the sauce is cooked before the Quorn product is added, as our products often require less cooking time than animal proteins.
Quorn is classified as a safe, well-tolerated food by regulatory bodies across the world, including the USA's Food & Drug Administration (FDA), and the UK's Food Standards Agency (FSA), among the world's most stringent food safety regulators.
When you use Quorn products in homemade recipes like cottage pie, Bolognese, curry and chilli, they are perfectly safe to re-heat if they’ve been kept nice and cool in the fridge and are eaten within 24 hours. If you can resist them for that long!
At Quorn, we have a vision to make the world’s diets healthier and more sustainable, so we don’t start where everybody else does when it comes to protein production. Rather than using livestock, we take a natural nutritious fungus from the soil and ferment it to produce a dough called mycoprotein. It’s high in protein, high in fibre, low in saturated fat, and contains no cholesterol. And because producing mycoprotein requires less land and water than producing animal proteins, mycoprotein has a 90% lower carbon footprint, so it’s better for our planet. Mycoprotein is used as an ingredient in all Quorn products, which is why Quorn offers Sustainable Nutrition - enabling you to make loads of great tasting meals, in a way that’s better for our planet.