Linda McCartney & Quorn
Linda McCartney and Quorn
Some Linda McCartney foods (sometime including Quorn) is now being stocked in New Zealand. The list below includes every stockist that we’ve heard about. If you spot these products anywhere else, please let us know so we can pass the information on to the many people who make enquiries.
Many of you have been enquiring for years whether is is possible to purchase these foods in New Zealand – and now it is! The shops below stock Linda McCartney, Quorn, or both. Check out our Food Links page for other businesses stocking these and other veg*n foods.
We are as excited as you that our campaigns have paid off. It’s numbers that count and the importers don’t know we’re out here unless we show them. Businesses often ring us for our membership statistics so make your voice count – join us. You can make a difference.
The English Corner Shop - 60 Victoria St, Onehunga ph 09 636 3532
The English Pantry - 131 Manukau Rd, Pukekohe
Union Jacks - Store 18, 18 Link Drive, Wairau Valley, Auckland ph (09) 443 0451
Huckleberry Farms, , Greenlane West, & Apirana Ave, Glen Innes
East West Organics, Glen Eden
Harvest Wholefoods , Grey Lynn
Nature Storeroom Orewa
SAFE Cruelty Free Shop
Fresh Choice, Glen Eden
Organic Store, Highland Park Shopping Centre, Howick
Doug Jarvis Butcher Papamoa
New World at Gate Pa
Organic Living, Broadtop Shopping Centre (not a Quorn supplier)
Tastes of the UK, Milson Line
UK Goodies - 327 Jackson Street, Petone
New World Ashburton - 75 Moore St 03 308 4050
New World Timaru - Shop 1, 145 Wai-iti Road Highfield Mall
Fresh Choice, Highgate, Roslyn
New World Supermarket, Gardens branch, (near the Botanical Gardens)
Quorn: Newly available in most supermarkets throughout NZ.
Look out also for Fry’s vegetarian products in the freezer department of your supermarket or try Asian supermarkets for their vegetarian meat-like products such as vegetarian sausages, cutlets, schnitzels, mince, burgers and bacon.
Remember – joining us and increasing our membership is the best way to indicate to food manufacturers that there is consumer demand for vegetarian products.