The only farm in Australia that grows chlorella is scrambling to meet demand amid a TikTok and Instagram frenzy, but doctors and dieticians say you should probably just eat your veggies.
- A North Queensland algae farm is looking to ramp up production as demand soars
- Experts say there is little evidence that chlorophyll delivers the benefits it’s celebrated for
- The farm aims to partner with the fossil fuel industry so it can use carbon dioxide to grow algae
BioGenesis farm manager Frank Mason said production had blossomed in the three years since the company set up outside Bowen in North Queensland.
Now the farm is looking to expand its operation as demand for the nutrient-rich algae – which contains chlorophyll – soars in…
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