Marineland Color-Enhancing Goldfish Flakes Fish Food

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Marineland Color-Enhancing Goldfish Flakes Fish Food uses cutting-edge technology for an easy-feeding food that outperforms other flakes in terms of growth and water clarity. These color-enhancing flakes are high in carotenoids (pigments) to augment the red-orange color spectrum and go through a unique low-heat process to preserve more of the natural nutrients. Precision thin yet firm, these round flakes are ideally suited for goldfish aquariums.

Key Benefits
  • Expert food uses cutting-edge technology for an easy-feeding food that outperforms other flakes in terms of superior growth and water clarity
  • High in carotenoids (pigments) to augment the red-orange color spectrum
  • Thin, firm, round flakes are ideally suited for goldfish aquariums
  • Unique low-heat process preserves more of the natural nutrients
  • Made with a blend of high-protein Peruvian anchovies

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  • Fish Type
    Goldfish, Koi & Pond Fish
  • Food Form
  • Special Diet
Nutritional Info

Ground Brown Rice, Dried Anchovy, Condensed Fish Protein Digest (Sourced from Cod, Haddock, Halibut, Herring, Pollack, Mackerel, Whiting, Red Fish), Dried Yeast, Fish Oil, Corn Starch, Shrimp Meal, Wheat Gluten, Soybean Oil, Dehulled Soybean Meal, Potato Protein, Lecithin, Algae Meal,Yeast Extract, L-Carnitine, Ascorbic Acid (Source of Vitamin C), Inositol, Niacin, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (Stabilized Vitamin C), D-Calcium Pantothenate, A-Tocopherol Acetate (Source of Vitamin E), Riboflavin-5-Phosphate (Source of Vitamin B2), Thiamine Mononitrate (Source of Vitamin B1), Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (Source of Vitamin B6), Vitamin A Palmitate (Source of Vitamin A), Folic Acid, Menadione, Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K), Biotin, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Cholecalciferol (Source of Vitamin D3), Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Cobalt Acetate. Added Color: Canthaxanthin, Red 3, Yellow 5 Lake, Ethoxyquin and Citric Acid (Both As Preservatives).

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 31.0% min
Crude Fat 16.0% min
Crude Fiber 3.0% max
Moisture 9.0% max
Phosphorus 1.2% min
Ascorbic Acid 200 mg/kg min
Feeding Instructions

Feed lightly 1 - 3 times daily, only as much as your fish can consume within a couple of minutes.


Why do I need to use supplemental diet?

Two reasons:Nutrition - Good commercial staple fish diets are the most complete foods available, and the easiest to use, but they are not perfect. They may not offer the nutrients found in live or fr ozen foods. A balanced diet should include staple processed food, as well as freeze - dried, live, and/or fr ozen foods. For herbivores, it should include a vegetable - based food; for carnivores, a meat - based food.Variety - An aquarium is seldom comprised of a single species, but even if it is, these fish would not be satisfied with eating the same food day - in and day - out for a lifetime. In the wild, fish eat a variety of foods to get all of the nutrients they require. In your aquarium, your goal should be to replicate this experience. Providing a range of staple, fresh, and supplemental foods improves fish nutrition, and the quality of their lives.

How often do I need to feed supplemental diets?

We believe that feeding supplemental foods 1 - 3 times per week can be very beneficial.

What could happen if I feed the wrong type of food to my fish?

Some fish only eat plants (herbivores) and others only eat animals (carnivores), but the majority of aquarium fish eat both plants and animals (omnivores). Plant - eating fish that are fed animal - based foods will not be able to digest the foodproperly, which may cause internal problems such as constipation. The same is true of strictly carnivorous fish that are fed only plant - based materials. In fact, they may become ill because they cannot obtain the proper nutrients. Thus, it is critical that you match the food to the feeding habits of the fish in your aquarium. Nutrition problems usually result from feeding the wrong type of food (plant - based or animal - based; sinking or floating) and feeding improper amounts, be it too much or too little. Some of the more commonly observed problems with poorly fed fish include lateral line and fin erosion, hole - in - the - head, weight loss, diminished color, stunted growth, listlessness, and disease outbreaks.

If I have many types of fish in my aquarium, how do I get them to be selective about the foods they eat?

Tactics. Most aquariums contain a variety of fish including fish that feed on the surface, others that feed mid - water, and still others that only feed on the bottom. Hatchet fish, for example, have upturned mouths that are suited for taking food off of thesurface. Tetras are mid - level feeders and have forward - facing mouths best suited for grabbing food suspended throughout the water column. Catfish have sharply down - turned mouths, ideal for bottom feeding. It is essential that you provide foods that are appropriate for each feeding level and that they are nutritionally complete. Because most fish will poach on the foods of others, you may need to use a distraction or timing strategy. For example, distract your bottom feeders by feeding them sinking pellets first, then waiting a moment or 2 before adding floating foods for your surface feeders.

How much food do I need to feed?

As a basic rule, fish should be fed once or twice a day with a quantity that they can fully consume in 3 - 5 minutes. To start, feed each fish an amount equal to the size of their eye. Overfeeding is much more common and detrimental than underfeeding.The quantity of food you feed your fish is very important for their overall health and the health of your aquarium. Overfeeding can result in uneaten food that will decompose, causing an increase in nitrogen products such as ammonia, or harmful bacteria or fungus.

When are vitamin and mineral supplements needed?

One of the key benefits of vitamins and minerals is that they are stress fighters. Whenever you suspect your fish might be stressed, it is a good idea to use them. For example, if you are about to add new fish, do an aquarium renovation, ormove, the use of supplements will help your fish better weather the stress. For a profile of supplements and their benefits for marine aquariums, read Supplements for Aquariums: Who needs What, & Why? For freshwater aquariums, check outvitamins and nutritional supplements.


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    My goldfish in my outdoor pond will only eat flakes.

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    They are trained to come when I walk to the pond and love this!

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    Fish refuses to eat

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    Our fish are not eating this food. Back to old brand.

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    Great product

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    This product works with my goldfish!!!! They eat like piranhas when Its time to feed it's perfect!!!!

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    Great Food

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    works well in automatic feeder, the fish love the food, right size, great price, fast shipping

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    Love Chewy

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    Love this goldfish food, it its more solid than most, and doesn't clutter up our tank, and at chewy prices I get more bang for my buck!

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