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Posted 19 June 2023

Quorn Mince 300G £1.50 Clubcard Price @ Tesco

£1.50£2.5040% off
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Our go to meat free mince (in fact we've just had a slow cooker cooked vegetable lasagne using this and didn't miss meat mince at all)

Offer on from 20/6/23-10/7/23

Meat free mince, made with mycoprotein

Sustainable Nutrition

Quorn products are a source of protein because they contain mycoprotein; a nutritious and sustainable protein source. Mycoprotein is footprinted by the Carbon Trust and has less impact on our planet's resources. To discover delicious recipes made with Quorn products and to find out more about our approach to sustainable nutrition visit quorn.co.uk and get social with us!Carbon TrustCO2 Measured 0.16kg per serving
Our mince is great for spaghetti bolognese, cottage pies or spicy chilli tacos
Quorn® and the Quorn™ logo are trademarks belonging to Marlow Foods Ltd.
Deliciously meat free
High in in Saturated Fat No SoyVegetarian Society Approved Halal
Pack size: 300G
High in Protein Low in Saturated Fat
Ingredients Mycoprotein (88%), Rehydrated Free Range Egg White, Pea Fibre, Natural Caramelised Sugar, Firming Agents: Calcium Chloride, Calcium Acetate, Gluten Free Barley Malt Extract
Allergy Information There have been rare cases of allergic reactions to Quorn® products, which contain mycoprotein. Mycoprotein is made with a member of the fungi/mould family. Mycoprotein is high in protein and fibre which may cause intolerance in some people. For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Produce of Made in the UK
Number of uses4 Servings
Net Contents300g ℮
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Edited by a community support team member, 19 June 2023
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  1. MisterGeezer's avatar
    The Quorn veggie mince used to be passable, but they've changed the ingredients and now it tastes of nothing.

    The Linda McCartney version is way better, but now, Aldi do their own version and it tastes the same as the Linda brand.

    Better still, it's only £1.35 (edited)
  2. eddyyates's avatar
    A solid meat replacement, especially at the price
  3. solid's avatar
    Good price - but the Linda McCartney mince is so much better than this IMO
  4. sherbolton's avatar
    Great price. Alternatives may be cheaper or even tastier but many people can't digest soya well which those are and Quorn isn't
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