We like to look at things differently
At Quorn® we like to look at things differently. We know that the growing global population needs a sustainable diet that is also healthy. That's why we take a different approach when it comes to protein production, choosing to use mycoprotein, a nutritious protein source, that is a source of fibre, in all Quorn products. At Quorn our aim is to inspire people to eat healthy food with delicious and irresistible recipes, packed full of flavour and bursting with new taste experiences from around the world. Our mission is to produce healthy protein for a healthy planet.
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 and how-to videos.
We have a range of Quorn vegan products which you can view here. All our vegan products are accredited by the Vegan Society and you'll see their logo on pack.
Recommended cooking instructions for all Quorn products can be found on the reverse of each pack and on the product page. For best results, we'd recommend that you follow these tried and tested instructions. If you choose to cook Quorn a different way then please make sure it is piping hot all the way through before enjoying. If you’re looking for some tasty meal inspiration then why not try one of our recipes.
Quorn is perfectly safe to reheat, so long as it has been kept nice and cool in the fridge and is eaten within 48 hours. Please ensure that the food is piping hot throughout before serving and remember, don’t reheat more than once.
Mycoprotein is used as an ingredient in all Quorn products. It is made from a natural, nutritious fungus, and is high in protein, high in fibre, low in saturated fat, and contains no cholesterol. Producing mycoprotein requires 90% less land, water and carbon emissions than producing animal proteins, so it's also good for the health of our planet. Find out more here.