Have You Tried Quorn's New Vegan Five Grain Fillet?

The new launch has been filtering into stores - but many have been unable to find it
The fillet has so far eluded many vegans (Photo: Quorn)

Veggie brand Quorn has been busy recently adding more vegan products to its line-up.

The latest batch of products - which were announced at the end of last month - were greeted with much excitement from plant-based fans.

While the products have been filtering into stores, according to social media, some have had trouble trying to track down the Quorn Vegan Five Grain Fillet.

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According to the brand, the product, which combines a fillet with a crunchy crust, is available in selected Tesco, Sainsbury's, Waitrose and Asda stores. 

What should you do if you can't find them in your local store?

A Quorn spokesperson said: "Unfortunately, we can not influence any individual stores to stock our products, so If you continue having difficulty in obtaining Quorn products we suggest that you make your request to the store directly."

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