A California grocery store is offering a new line of algae-free water products that are sold in a variety of packaging and packaging colors.
Brightwells Aquatics Products, Inc. said Thursday it is introducing the new algae-filtration-free products, which are labeled “organic,” and have the word “ALCOHOL” on the label.
The company said the products have a pH of 6.8, which is higher than the 5.5 range for algae-based products, and that the water contains zero sulfates.
The company is also offering a product called ALT Algae, which uses an algae-friendly ingredient called Dicalcium Phosphate, which has been shown to reduce the absorption of chlorine.
Brightwater Waters, a company based in New York, has been selling algae-filtering products since last year.