Frequently Asked Questions
Got a question about the best way to cook, prepare and store your favourite Quorn® products?
Well, who could be better to ask than the experts themselves?
Our Quorn chefs have answered all of your more frequently asked questions with simple, inspiring, and easy-to-follow tips and how-to videos.
Coupons for Quorn products are available here.
We’re always on the lookout for talented people to come and work with us at Quorn to help us reach our ambitions. So, if you think you’ve got what it takes, have a look at the current vacancies on our careers page. We look forward to hearing from you.
Quorn works with a list of approved distributors and is not currently looking to expand its portfolio.
Yes, you can buy Quorn in bulk. To find out where, visit our food service page here.
At Quorn, we have a chosen list of charities that we regularly support. Sadly, we are unable to support any new requests for sponsorship, however, we wish you the very best of luck!
Quorn products are available in a number of countries. You can find out exactly where by clicking here. We have no plans to expand to other countries at this time.
If you can't find a product you're looking for, make sure it's still available by checking out our full line of products. We're always working to grow our product line, but if it's not on our website, then sadly it has been discontinued. This can happen for a variety of reasons, including retailer preference and customer demand.
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.
No, it did not. The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) has promoted a 2015 lawsuit filed in California that contained false and unfounded allegations about Quorn products in connection with the tragic passing of Miles Bengco. The coroner concluded, after a lengthy investigation, that Miles died from a severe asthma attack at a time when his lungs were in a very weak state. The autopsy actively looked for and found no evidence of an allergic reaction and anaphylactic attack, and the lawsuit was subsequently withdrawn from court.