Major Veggie Brand Quorn Reaches Singapore Amid Vegan Boom

The British brand will also be giving out free meatless lunches this week
The veggie favorite brand is now available in Singapore (Photo: Facebook)

British meat-free brand Quorn launched in Singapore earlier this year - but as part of its official launch this week, the brand will be giving out free lunches.

The company's veggie treats are now available for purchase online via RedMart, as well as all FairPrice Xtra outlets and a number of selected FairPrice Finest and standard supermarkets.

The brand is now available in 17 countries worldwide, including the UK, the US, Australia and the majority of Western Europe.

Quorn's food trucks will be giving away meat-free lunches this week (Photo: Facebook)


In celebration of its launch, Quorn will be hosting a three-day pop-up event from November 14-16, with its food truck setting up across the island to offer a taste of its veggie fare - for free.

Passer-bys will be able to grab a lunch of meat-free Kung Pao Burger and Nuggets with Salted Egg Yolk Dip cooked by local celebrity chef Sam Leong and Chef Forest.

The food trucks will be hitting Buona Vista, Ocean Financial Centre, and 100AM Mall from 11.30am to 2.30pm.


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