Currently, Huel provides omega 3 primarily by supplying ALA from flax, and relying on the body to convert part of it into DHA and EPA, since there are few vegan sources of the latter. Apart from this it mostly uses sunflower oil, and coconut oil for fat calories.
However, algal oil production has been rapidly growing in scale over the past few years, and is a great vegan source of DHA and EPA that will hopefully put an end to overfishing for the fish oil supplement industry. It mixes reasonably well with sunflower oil to fortify it with omega 3 afaik.
Could it be a possible addition to the Huel formula in future versions to further improve its fat profile? Or are there various food engineering issues that make it hard to put in a storable powder?