Quorn


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Quorn

(kwɔːn)
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(Cookery) trademark a vegetable protein developed from a type of fungus and used in cooking as a meat substitute
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QUORN'S unwanted record, or failing to win consecutive games in 2019, continued on Saturday, when they failed to back up their fine victory against Barrow; falling to a three wicket defeat at Leicester Teachers & Mossdale.
To meet the needs of these selective shoppers, Quorn has honed its everyday c-store oer.
SURGING demand for Greggs' vegan sausage rolls has helped meat-free food giant Quorn cook up a jump in annual sales.
SURGING demand for Greggs' vegan sausage roll has helped meat-free food giant Quorn cook up a jump in annual sales.
QUORN UPS ITS QUOTA INCREASING demand for meat-free options has led Quorn to launch eight new chilled products.
The new Quorn range QUORN UPS ITS QUOTA INCREASING demand for meat-free options has led Quorn to launch eight new chilled products.
Quorn Foods took the top gong at a glitzy ceremony held at Teesside University last night.
Speaking of health and wellness, Quorn, the world leader in meat-free food, is now available in leading supermarkets in the country.
The wide-ranging campaign will be led by major NPD, vibrant new packaging which rolled out in March, new national TV advertising showcasing the versatility of the range and the huge variety of great-tasting meals that can be made with Quorn.
Wesley Bickley, 32, of Harnall Lane, Hillfields, admitted stealing moisturising cream worth PS48 from Boots, aftershave worth PS75 from Boots, meat and cheese worth PS58.29 from One Stop, meat and cheese worth PS90 from One Stop in Quorn Way, biscuits and groceries worth PS60 from One Stop in Quorn Way, chocolate and confectionary worth PS38 from Martins Newsagents, washing detergent and groceries worth PS183 from One Stop in Quorn Way, and meat and cheese worth PS56 from One Stop in Quorn Way, possessing the class A drug crack cocaine, possessing the class A drug diamorphine, and failing to answer bail.
is buying British meat substitute company Quorn Foods for 550 million pounds ($831 million) to capitalize on rising demand for health foods, in what will be the third largest overseas purchase by a firm in the Southeast nation.