Veggie Brand Quorn Has Released Exciting New Vegan Products

The veggie favorite brand has launched three new vegan treats
The three new exciting treats are now available in stores nationwide (Photo: Quorn Facebook)

UK-based vegetarian company Quorn has announced the launch of a number of new plant-based products.

The brand, which is also planning to make more of its products vegan, has released three new plant-based dishes: Vegan Hot & Spicy Burgers, BBQ Strips, and Five Grain Fillets.

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The new release follows several popular vegan offerings from the brand - including spicy 'chicken' burgers, and its award-winning fishless fingers.

The new plant-based eats are now available nationwide in Sainsbury's, Tesco, Waitrose, and Asda.

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