Researchers have discovered a new source of vitamin B12 in Antarctic algae, which could have significant implications for the supplement industry. The algae, known as Porphyra umbilicalis, is commonly used in sushi and other Asian dishes. This finding could potentially reduce the reliance on animal-based sources of vitamin B12 and provide a more sustainable option for meeting dietary needs.

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