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  • Algae drink offers a healthy soda alternative
  • Algae drink offers a healthy soda alternative
    Helga (2015) ©
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Algae drink offers a healthy soda alternative

Fancy a refreshing glass of algae? Far from pond water, Austria-born Helga contains chlorella algae, which means that instead of an unhealthy sugar high, this soft drink promises to detox drinkers from the inside out. As it prepares to enter the UK, are young, healthy Brits ready to go green?

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