Super protein. Super tasty.
All Quorn® products are powered by Quorn’s mycoprotein. A super-protein that makes great tasting meat-free meals while being healthy for you and the planet. So we think it should be your protein of choice. It’s a no brainer.
What is Quorn’s mycoprotein?
Quorn’s mycoprotein is a source of protein that is high in fibre and low in saturated fat. To make Quorn’s mycoprotein, we don’t start with livestock, we take a natural, nutritious fungus that grows in the soil. This fungus is known as Fusarium venenatum.
We then use the age-old process of fermentation – the same process used to create bread, beer and yoghurt – to grow Quorn’s mycoprotein. And because producing Quorn’s mycoprotein uses over 95% less land and water than producing some animal protein sources, it is a great example of a more sustainable and nutritious protein source for a growing global population.
Data sources: 1. Quorn Footprint Comparison Report (2021)
Environmental benefits of Quorn’s mycoprotein
Quorn’s mycoprotein is a unique and nutritious protein that’s good for the health of our planet.
The carbon footprint of Quorn’s mycoprotein is 40x lower than beef and 6x lower than chicken†
The water footprint of Quorn’s mycoprotein is 30x lower than beef and 6x lower than chicken†
Carbon Trust has certified the carbon footprint of Quorn’s mycoprotein since 2012 making it the first meat free protein source to have third party carbon footprint accreditation†
How is Quorn’s mycoprotein used in Quorn?
Quorn’s mycoprotein is incredibly versatile and is used as an ingredient in all Quorn products, helping to create the amazing taste and texture that Quorn products are loved for. Browse our site to discover delicious products and recipes to make your mealtimes delicious.
To find out more about mycoprotein visit www.quornnutrition.com