August 2002 Issue
Meatless Quorn Comes to America Amid Considerable Controversy
Q. Iíve heard controversy about a new food called Quorn. What is it? A. Quorn (pronounced "kworn") is the brand name of a line of products containing mycoprotein, a high-protein food in the fungi family, which includes mushrooms, morels and truffles. Itís been available in Europe for nearly two decades as a popular meat substitute.
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