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  • BY: Andrew Hore |
  • POSTED: 16/06/2019 |

Tekcapital says its salt technology developer Salarius continues to make progress.

There has been a follow-on order for MicroSalt, which has tiny particles that dissolves faster than normal size salt. MIcroSalt can reduce the use of salt by 50%.

Snack buyers have been positive in the tests for the company’s own SaltMe branded potato chips.

Last month, Lucyd launched its Loud 2.0 eyewear. The prescription-ready Bluetooth music glasses have a potential UK market worth $588m and a US market valued at $3.5bn.

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