The new recipe seems very good overall, but I think I spotted a weakness.
The blog tries to play it good saying that 5.0 has 689mg of omega-3 but looking at recipes from competitors this doesn't look that amazing.
The important part of omega-3 is the ratio with omega-6, and what's not omega-3 of polyunsaturated fats is omega-6. Usually -lents seem to have around 20g of polyunsaturated fats overall, and to keep a good omega 6/3 ratio that means the higher the omega-3 are, the better. That means > 1g, at least.
The ratio should be as close to 1:1. Usually even 3 to 1 omega 6/3 is considered quite good, and 6:1 is considered the point where things become less ideal.
I don't know the total amount of polyunsaturated fats in Queal but in the previous recipe it was between 19-24g daily. So with less than 1g of omega-3 and the rest being omega-6 the ratio would be not good at all.
Maybe I'm reading things incorrectly, and the 689mg are considered for a single portion or 100g of product? But the blog seems to indicate that the 689mg are for the full bag.
If it was for 100g, then it has to be multiplied by 5, we get around 3g of omega-3. The ratio would be some 1:6 or 1:7 but it would be at least decent.
If anything, it might be a good point to improve the formula for the next iteration.