Sanitarium is soooo crap. It's like the ONLY option in supermarkets around me. The cans of salty crap you're talking about MUST be Sanitarium. I only like their veggie dogs, but they're not healthy and full of salt too.
Also, Sanitarium is Seventh Day Adventist organisation and does not pay tax, so that may conflict with some people's desires also.
"Sanitarium Health Food Company was registered as Australia's first health food company in April 1898. It was established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia to promote and produce plant-based health foods based on its belief that plant-based diets are designated by God, our Creator, for the health of the human race1. Worldwide, the Church operates health food industries and health-care services based on this philosophy.
Sanitarium's enduring mission is to "inspire and resource our community to experience happy, healthy lives". As such the Seventh-Day Adventist Church and Sanitarium continue to share an explicit common reason and purpose of existence.
Sanitarium is a leader in producing foods of the highest nutritional value and appeal. It invests significant resources into community nutrition education through its Sanitarium Nutrition Services, providing unbiased advice and consultation to both health professionals and the community. The Company is a generous supporter of the community through charity partnerships." - http://www.sanitarium.com.au/company/tax.html
Hmm well 1000mg of sodium in one serving, I don't think God intended that for me!
You could probably get Quorn stuff sent to you by relatives/friends, but only if it's packets of sauce, canned goods etc. My husband sent me weird stuff from the US, and all they asked was, is it canned and can it spoil?
Otherwise... Quorn's website says it's available in: UK, USA, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway and "coming soon" to Ireland.
It's a shame because I looked on the Quorn website and the products look really nice, and such a big variety. I have never seen frozen vegan foods except for maybe a veggie patty, but those usually contain egg white anyway... and I don't want to contribute to those poor battery hens.
edit: I just sent Quorn some feedback, asking if they'd consider offering products in Australia. I described that in Melbourne, Australia there are virtually no vegan or vegetarian frozen foods on the shelves and that they'd have a huge upper hand on Sanitarium, because of sanitariums flavour, range and religious status... maybe you could contact some other veggies who love Quorn but moved to Australia... to bombard them with e-mails to make them realise how much Australia needs the products! I doubt they get many requests, because there's obviously no advertising here for Quorn... but if they knew it could be in demand, I'm sure they'd bring it to Australia, if they're not already working on it