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Artificial intelligence has helped create new kinds of beer. The brewing process could be more sustainable.

Now, a Dutch startup has developed a blue drink that won’t make you feel blue the morning after.

The new lemonade is made from Spirulina, an algae that is rich in Vitamins C and B2, as well as calcium, iron, magnesium and chlorophyll.

The kicker? Brewing results in CO2 emissions. Which is exactly what algae feed on – hence their importance for our climate.

The female founders have developed a closed loop, using the CO2 to grow new algae on site. A clean model that could catch on.

Three different flavours are available, and a powder is in the works.

Algae is versatile too.

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