Our vision is to enable delivery of hyperpolarized compounds to MR-facilities that currently have no access to hyperpolarization technology. Today this is not the case and represents a main shortcoming of hyperpolarized-MR via dissolution Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (dDNP). The cause is the presence, in the dDNP sample, of organic free radicals necessary to generate the hyperpolarization. We herein present a paradigm shift in the technique built on the employment of photo-induced thermally-labile free radicals. We demonstrate quenching of the paramagnetic species while preserving most of the polarization in the case of hyperpolarized glucose.