Quorn Nutritional Information

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Quorn Nutritional Information
(Marlow Foods)

Quorn is a popular meat alternative known for its nutritional value and great taste. Made from all-natural ingredients, Quorn products lack fat and cholesterol while being high in protein and nutrients. Although they are highly desirable by many people, there are some possible complications loosely associated with their use.


The primary ingredient in Quorn products is mycoprotein, a fungus that is created by fermentation. Egg and fibre are other key ingredients that contribute to the overall nutritional value of the product.

Quorn Nutritional Information
Quorn cutlets are made from mycoprotein, a nutritious substitute for meat.


Foods made with mycoprotein are extremely low in calories. A standard serving of a Quorn product is typically fewer than 100 calories.

Quorn Nutritional Information
Quorn products have very few calories.

Fat Content

Plain Quorn products are low in fat, containing around 2g per serving. The prepared dishes offered by Quorn have additional ingredients such as cheese, which raises the fat content to15 g.

Quorn Nutritional Information
As with most of the products, Quorn Grounds have little fat.


Quorn products do not contain soy or animal ingredients, making them an extremely beneficial item for vegetarians and people with dietary restrictions. The easy-to-use frozen products also contain fibre and essential amino acids.

Quorn Nutritional Information
The nutrients in Quorn products make them a popular choice for vegetarians.


Claims made by The Center for Science in the Public Interest state Quorn causes allergic reactions in individuals sensitive to mould, although the company ensures its products are a safe and healthy meat alternative.

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