New Quorn TV campaign sees world-record breaking champion in the kitchen

If you’re still hitting the gym and eating healthy, well done! If you’ve lapsed, don’t worry, it’s never too late to get back on track with your healthy eating plan. If stocking up on protein is your thing, read on.

Quorn, the premiere healthy protein* brand, has teamed up with world-record breaking swimming champion Adam Peaty to be their new ambassador as they refresh their campaign with new television adverts.

This sounds like a winning combination. I tried Quorn years ago, and as I research and implement healthy eating plans (I’m eating more vegetables and laying off the meat), this news story is music to my ears. Quorn would be great for those Meat Free Mondays, have you tried it yet?

Already a Quorn-lover and ambassador across the digital space, this campaign marks Adam’s first television debut for the brand with the twenty second advert revealing him cooking up his favourite Thai Green Curry. Here is delicious dish of tasty morsels:

Quorn curry

As Adam says, ‘Protein is one of the vital aspects of my training regime’ which is why he looks to Quorn for a whole variety of high-protein products to keep him on top form. If you’re a keen cook, why not try recreating Adam’s mouth-watering recipe at home? The recipe is available online, where you will also find some exciting behind-the-scenes footage of Adam Peaty himself too.

Alongside Adam Peaty, Quorn is also currently working with Kate Richardson-Walsh, the gold-medal winning GB Hockey Captain for the women’s team.

Peter Harrison, Quorn Marketing Director said of the new campaign: ‘We are really excited to launch these fantastic adverts starring some of Great Britain’s biggest sports stars. The campaign is a great way to show consumers that anyone can cook with and enjoy deliciously healthy protein as part of their favourite tasty meals.”

To find out more about Quorn or sustainability, visit www.quorn.co.uk.

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