QUORN SEES DEMAND INCREASE DESPITE CONTROVERSY

RIVERSIDE, Conn. -- Quorn Foods here, under fire from the Center for Science in the Public Interest for reported illness by consumers, is nevertheless seeing increased demand for its relatively new mycoprotein-based meatless cuisine, according to the general manager, David Wilson.Wilson recently sent letters to the brokers that supply the frozen product to 400 U.S. retailers, reassuring them that

RIVERSIDE, Conn. -- Quorn Foods here, under fire from the Center for Science in the Public Interest for reported illness by consumers, is nevertheless seeing increased demand for its relatively new mycoprotein-based meatless cuisine, according to the general manager, David Wilson.

Wilson recently sent letters to the brokers that supply the frozen product to 400 U.S. retailers, reassuring them that the product is safe.

Spokesmen for both Shaw's Supermarkets and Whole Foods Mark

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