The Quorner Kebab

Is This the First HEALTHY Kebab?

In celebration of World Meat Free Week, the super tasty and healthy ‘Quorner Kebab’ will be exclusively available tomorrow (14th June) for ONE DAY ONLY at Hunter’s Kebab Shop in Manchester.

And to make it even better, you can get your hands of the not-so-dirty kebab for only £3 (and you save nearly 450 calories).

Not only is the Quorner Kebab very tasty, it’s the healthy alternative to a traditional kebab. It’s low in fat, and since it’s meat free, it’s great for the environment too. With 754 calories in 200g of traditional doner kebab meat and just 306 calories in the Quorner Kebab – you can save an impressive 446 calories per portion! The Quorner Kebab also offers a fat saving of 49% compared to regular doner meat.

A bit of info about the Quorner Kebab:

The healthy kebab is sure to get your taste buds tingly, it’s flavoured with a moreish herb blend of oregano, basil, red bell pepper, thyme, rosemary, sage, powder and cayenne pepper. Quorner Kebab Ingredients: Mycoprotein, vegetable oils (palm & rapeseed) rehydrated free range egg white, flavour, milk, malt extract, herbs (oregano, basil, red bell pepper, marjoram, thyme, rosemary, sage and parsley) onion powder, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, black pepper.

*Allergen advice: for allergens see ingredients in bold.

*Palm oil is from a sustainable source.

Think of the environment. Just by opting for a single meat-free dish, you will save the carbon equivalent of boiling 388 kettles and the equivalent of 8 days of water for personal use.

You can see what Manchester customers thought of the Quorner Kebab here.

REMEMBER: The Quorner Kebab is available on the 14th June from noon. But don’t hang around, once they’re gone, they’re GONE!

For more information on the Quorner Kebab, please contact / 0203 755 6670

A Little About World Meat Free Week:

World Meat Free Week emphasises the importance of reducing the world’s meat intake. They encourage people to make at least one meal meat free, it can have a huge impact that may trigger a catalyst to change thinking to a ‘less and better approach to meat’ for the purpose of a better environment.

Here’s a few thought-provoking facts:

  • Meat production is already responsible for 14.5% of global greenhouse gas emissions, more than all emissions from global transport combined
  • The livestock sector uses 30% of the earth’s entire land surface
  • 69% of global fresh water is attributed to the food system
  • 80% of the deforestation of the Amazon Rainforest is attributed to beef production

Globally we actually have the potential to save:

  • The carbon equivalent of boiling a kettle more than 1 trillion times – that’s a lot of tea and coffee!
  • Over 685 billion calories – that’s over 1.2 billion Big Macs

You can show your much-appreciated support to World Meat Free Week by heading over to and swapping one (or more) meals to meat free.

About the author: 

Marie Harwood is a Digital Marketing Assistant at Different Gravy Digital, Hale, Cheshire.

Different Gravy Digital are a full service Digital Marketing Agency operating in the Hospitality & Leisure, Financial Services, Legal & Property sectors.  Products and services range from; 3D & 360° Tours, Website Design & Build, Social Media, Video Production, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Content Creation, Email Marketing, Online Feedback / Review Systems and Paid Advertising (Google, Bing and Social Media).

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