Quorn is a meatless substitute that is made from fungi. It has been around for over 30 years and is a popular meat alternative in the UK.
While Quorn can be eaten by adults, it can also be dangerous for children to eat as they are still developing their digestive system and may not be able to handle the texture or digest it properly.
The best way to make sure your child isn’t eating too much Quorn is to make sure they have a varied diet.
What is Quorn Mince and What are the Nutritional Benefits of Quorn?
Quorn is a meat substitute that is made of a “mycoprotein” which is a type of fungus. It is low in fat, high in protein, and rich in B vitamins and iron.
Quorn Mince can be used as an alternative to meat, it tastes similar to beef or pork mince but with a texture that’s softer and more tender than meat. It’s also easy to cook with, making it suitable for all types of diets including vegetarians, vegans, and people with gluten intolerance.
Quorn Mince comes in three flavors: Quorn Light, Quorn Classic, and Quorn Beef Style. There are also two sizes available – 400g packs for £2.50 or 1kg packs for £5.00