You Don’t Have to Eat Meat to Enjoy a Food Lover’s Diet - Quorn Foods, Inc. Responds to an Article Detailing How More Meat Eaters Are Opting for Meatless Options

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With meat consumption down 12 percent from 2007, Quorn Foods, Inc. offers a response to the rise of meat eaters going meatless.

On November 16 Quorn Foods, Inc. offers a response to an article published by Columbus Alive describing a new trend of meat eaters opting for the occasional vegetarian meal.

According to the Columbus Alive, “With meat consumption in the United States forecasted to be down 12 percent this year from 2007, you can’t simply point to vegetarians and vegans. Meatless dining has branched out to meat eaters.”

The article continues to describe how people who typically eat meat often go for the vegetarian option simply because they find them to be more creative and tastier.

“Here at Quorn, we love this article because we recognize that it isn’t just vegetarians who enjoy vegetarian food,” said Quorn Representative David Wilson. “I know plenty of people who eat beef on Sunday and Quorn on Monday. We feel that everybody who really wants to enjoy a food lover’s diet should try to mix things up with going meatless for the night. It’s healthier and it really breaks up the monotony. And what better way to do it than trying spaghetti and Quorn’s meatless meatballs? Even the most ardent carnivore would be impressed by the delicious taste of Quorn’s meat alternative products.”

Quorn launched nationally in the US in 2002. Unlike other vegetarian food companies, Quorn uses mycoprotein: a naturally occurring, healthy form of protein that replicates the taste and texture of meat while being significantly lower in saturated fats and calories than meat substitutes. Quorn offers a wide range of products including ready to serve meals, food for your barbecue, breaded meat substitutes, snacks and components to make your own meals from scratch.The wonderful taste of Quorn meatless meals provides the taste of the foods you love without sacrificing nutrition.

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