Aqueon Shrimp Pellets Fish Food

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About This Item


  • Naturally attractive, nutritious treat that tropical fish, saltwater fish and goldfish enjoy. Ideal for loaches, catfish, and other bottom-feeding fish
  • Natural ingredients, colors or preservatives
  • Will not cloud water when fed as directed
  • Nutritionally created so that fish utilize more of what they eat and create less waste
  • Premium ingredients that naturally attract fish, support a healthy immune system, bring out their true colors and provide the essentials for proper growth and vitality

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Top IngredientsShrimp Meal, Whole Fish Meal (Whole Salmon, Herring & Other Mixed Fishes)...Salmon, Whole Herring, Whole Shrimp...Whole menhaden fish meal, Whole wheat, Shrimp meal...Whole Wheat, Whole Menhaden Fish Meal, Squid Meal...Dried Kelp, Ground Peas, Dried Mealworms...
Fish TypeBottom Feeder, Goldfish, Tropical FreshwaterMarine Fish, Tropical FreshwaterBottom Feeder, Tropical FreshwaterTropical FreshwaterTropical Freshwater
Food FormPelletsPelletsPelletsPelletsPellets
Health FeatureVitamins & Minerals
Special DietNaturalLimited Ingredient Diet
Aquarium TypeFreshwaterFreshwater

Questions & Answers

6 Customer Questions

Is this good for bettas
Answer by ChewyJan 25, 2018
This food is appropriate for bottom feeders, goldfish, and tropical freshwater fish.

what is the size of the pellet?
Answer by ChewySep 15, 2022
These pellets are approximately 9 millimeters in diameter.

Are this food good for Cory catfish
Answer by ChewyDec 19, 2019
These pellets are suitable for Cory Catfish.

can you feed these to a lion head gold fish
Answer by ChewyNov 26, 2019
These shrimp pellets are suitable for tropical fish, saltwater fish, goldfish, loaches, catfish, and other bottom-feeding fish. This formula would be a wonderful addition to a lionhead goldfish's diet.

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Rated 4.4804 out of 5 stars
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101 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Jim on Sep 14, 2023

Aqueon Shrimp Pellets

Used these before, good value, fish enjoyed the pellets especially the bottom feeders like catfish and plecos

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By donkeygirl on Jul 28, 2023

My golsfish love these

My fish live in a stock tank water garden and it's fun to see them get excited and rush to these pellets when I feed them.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By sherry on Jun 10, 2023

shrimp pellets

they don't float.. that's an issue for some fish. I'm feeding golden dojos. They don't seem to mind. I feed them flakes alternating with these pellets. no one's complaining

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By 2tanks on Mar 28, 2023

Really Neccessary?

I thought that maybe my 5 catfish, and 2 sharks would enjoy having their own food instead of scrounging around searching for scraps left by falling fish food. I sprinkle some at different locations but I've knoticed that my other fish chase the pellets as they fall to the bottom of the tank. Being too big for my platties to eat the pellets eventually melt appart, and looks like dirt on the sand of my tanks. Eventually the cats do find the scrub, along with the snails, and eat it up. But I find it sits too long, and clouds the water leaving an oder to the water.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Sandy6 on Jun 29, 2023

Goldfish love this!

I feed this to my gold fish in my pond and they love it, especially more that they are bigger and can swallow it. They are about 4-6" long.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Possum on May 26, 2023

My bottom feeders love them!

I usually buy the Wardley's and have always liked them, but someone told me these are better. I don't see a difference other than the shape. But my I think these are easier to eat for my smaller fish.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DeeDee on Aug 24, 2023

Special treat for koi.

My fish, 25 years old, still enjoy these sinking pellets 2 x a day.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kcake on Mar 23, 2023

Shrimpy goodness

What else can I fish go nuts for these sinking treats. They take a second to sink sometimes & they will gobble them up before they drop. I feel like these treats taught my young fish to forage naturally better than they had been and that's a bonus for me. I like a variety of foods for my fish & these sinking treats fit the bill.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ab on Jul 1, 2023

It's fish food.

Don't know what else to say about it, it's fish food. The fish eat it and it's not smelly.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By kraesmom on Jan 25, 2023

Fish like them

I don't know how nutritionally complete these are, but I can tell you that my fish, snails, and shrimp all LOVE them. They are an expected part of every feeding session and my fish wait expectantly after the tiny community pellets have been eaten for me to drop in some of the shrimp pellets. Despite the fact these aren't bite-sized for most of my fish, they will toss them up and catch them repeatedly to gather the soft outer layer of pellet before finally swallowing the remainder once it is small enough.