Quorn Adverse Reaction Report

Quorn is made from a fungus that is grown in a vat (like bacteria) rather than plucked from the ground like a mushroom. The chemically treated fungus is processed to simulate chicken or beef. Quorn has been available in the UK since the mid-1980s and more recently became available elsewhere in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and elsewhere. Quorn causes allergic reactions, including vomiting, diarrhea, hives, and anaphylaxis in some consumers.

If you believe you have suffered a reaction to Quorn, we would appreciate your completing this report form. It will only take a few minutes. CSPI evaluates, and in some cases forwards reports to health authorities (without any identifying information.) Your report will be very helpful in understanding the extent of the problems caused by Quorn and in protecting other consumers.

The Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) is a non-profit health-advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C. CSPI is well-known for advocating legislation that requires nutrition labels on most foods sold in the U.S. and for identifying problems related to sulfites, food dyes, and other food ingredients.
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