Quorn was the first global meat-alternative to achieve third-party certification of its carbon footprint figures from the Carbon Trust – a testament to the company’s push for sustainability. The firm has invested in analysis of its entire supply chain

With an expanding range of healthy products made from Mycoprotein, Quorn has reinvented the way vegetarians eat. The firm, based primarily in the UK and Ireland, has made startling inroads to a traditionally stubborn market place – that of the meat substitute. Taking on a niche but growing market, Quorn became suitable for vegans in 2012 and continues to research alternatives. Internally, the company has strengthened its supply chain, with reports indicating well over three million less eggs being used in the production process.