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.

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