So long, Spirulina? Knotted kelp adds nutrients, reduces salt & removes artificial flavours

[UK] The company, which harvests its seaweed from the Scottish islands of the Outer Hebrides, says its seaweed is the first to be “DNA authenticated​” with independent DNA analysis to ensure traceability, and has a proprietary, patent-pending drying and milling process that, according to independent analyses by a UKAS-accredited laboratory, results in higher levels of antioxidants and polyphenols than other food-grade competitor brands.

 

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