Bio-Pure Freeze Dried Spirulina Brine Shrimp - .42 oz.
Item # 243158 / Manufacturer Part # 33551
Delicious brine shrimp are loaded with extra-healthy spirulina algae prior to harvesting for maximum nutrition. Bio-Pure Freeze Dried Spirulina Brine Shrimp are excellent for most algae eating freshwater and saltwater fish. The same great taste and nutritional value as the live animal.
FEEDING SUGGESTIONS: Feed the amount your pet will completely consume within three (3) to five (5) minutes up to three (3) times daily. For additional feeding suggestions, ask your aquatic retailer about Hikari’s other specialized diets including Bio-Pure frozen and Bio-Pure FD, providing cleanliness and quality beyond compare!
Because We Care: Hikari Bio-Pure FD products never contain artificial colors or preservatives. Use before the best before date guarantees the contents meet our rigid quality standards. After opening, please keep the container our of direct sunlight, high heat or humidity as this can cause the contents to degrade rapidly. For maximum success the contents should be used within 90 days of purchase and be kept tightly closed when not in use.
PLEASE NOTE: Handling a freeze-dried food that is derived from a live animal can cause the same allergic reaction possible by handling the live animal itself. To avoid potential problems, always wash your hand immediately after use and avoid contact with your nose and mouth prior to washing.
Brine shrimp, spirulina, vitamin E, vitamin C, Vitamin B1, vitamin B2, vitamin B6, vitamin B12. Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein (min) 48% Crude fat (min) 5.5% Crude fiber (max) 0.5% Moisture (max) 6% Phosphorus (min) 0.1%
LOVE the effect on my fish 1/11/2014
Reviewer: Chriskkusa in MN
My fish love this food, and I'm sad that it's getting harder to find locally. My cherry barbs were colorful to begin with, but after feeding them spirulina brine shrimp, I realized just how much more colorful their potential really is~! They're beautiful! This is my favorite to feed my tank containing fancy goldfish, a veiled angel, danios, cherry barbs, and a longfin plecostomus.
fish food 2/15/2013
Reviewer: gayle zibilich
my fish did not like for some reason...they would eat it and then spit it out immediately...kinda of wasted my money on this one...