OMEGA ONE Freeze-Dried Blood Worms Freshwater & Marine Fish Treat, .96-oz jar - Chewy.com

Omega One Freeze-Dried Blood Worms Freshwater & Marine Fish Treat

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  • Bloodworms are freeze-dried to lock in taste and nutrition and are as nutritious as live food without the risk of bacteria or parasites
  • High protein content makes this food particularly effective as a conditioning food for breeding fish
  • Low ash and higher quality proteins mean less pollution in the tank
  • Fresh natural fats for incredible appetite stimulation and energy
  • Perfect to be fed as a treat or a snack

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Top IngredientsBlood Worms, Vitamin E Supplement.Tubifex Worms, Vitamin E Supplement.Shrimp, Vitamin E Supplement.Krill, Vitamin E Supplement.Brine Shrimp, Vitamin E Supplement.
Fish TypeCichlid, Betta, Tropical Freshwater, Marine Fish, GoldfishTropical Freshwater, Marine FishTropical Freshwater, Marine FishMarine Fish, Tropical FreshwaterMarine Fish, Tropical Freshwater, Betta
Food FormTreats, Freeze-Dried, BloodwormsTreats, Freeze-DriedTreats, Freeze-Dried, ShrimpTreats, Freeze-Dried, ShrimpTreats, Freeze-Dried, Shrimp
Special DietHigh-ProteinHigh-ProteinHigh-ProteinHigh-Protein

Questions & Answers

16 Customer Questions


Is this suitable for baby Betta fish?
Answer by ChewyOct 15, 2017
This food can be given to all life stages of betta fish.

Are these good recommended for South American cichlid
Answer by ChewyFeb 13, 2018
The Fish Food is intended for all Cichlid, Betta and Tropical Freshwater fish.

Does freeze dried bloodworm food need to be refrigerated
Answer by ChewyJun 16, 2021
Omega One Freeze Dried Blood Worms are shelf stable and do not require refrigeration.

Do these sink or float ?
Answer by ChewyApr 27, 2020
Omega One Freeze-Dried Blood Worms Freshwater & Marine Fish Treat float initially when you put them on the water. However, after being in there for awhile, and the agitation of surface water from filters/skimmers they can start sinking. You can also release these underwater and they will sink right away.


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Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Suntime on Nov 23, 2022

treat for fish

Unfortunately it was not the right product for my Koi fish This is for an aquarium not a Pond. I have very large Koi and the small blood worms just disappeared in the water . the fish never saw them. too bad, it looked good.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kortty on Dec 20, 2022

Great treat

Convenient and easy to feed, you don't have get your hands dirty with these worms. I prefer these over the live and frozen variants. Fish love these worms.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Jered1 on Jan 2, 2023

Not very good

Not very good fish hate them and I will be ordering the frozen Blood worms next time


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Lilly on Jul 10, 2022

Should be rehydrated before feeding!

I switched from frozen to freeze dried for delivery convenience and learned the hard way when the male Angel fish I’d had for 2 years developed swim bladder disease and couldn’t recover. He was the only one of several fish eating them that wouldn’t wait for them to begin to sink. A good product but needs to be rehydrated before feeding.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By SoCalGamerGirl on Jul 8, 2022

Betta Approved

I was giving these to my new betta as a treat. after he finished his regular food. Now that stinker wants only these. Had me scared he was sick when he would not eat his pellets. Turned my betta I to a brat.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Laura on Jul 17, 2021

Good for tadpoles

I feed this to the tadpoles in my 270 gallon pond when the tadpoles reach the stage of development where they need protein and they’re getting away from existing solely by eating algae from the sides of the pond. The tadpoles absolutely loved eating the blood worms. And my goldfish like to snack on them too


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Mike on Jun 4, 2021

Never disappointed.

I have been ordering from chewy for 2 years at least, and I have never once had a problem with the orders. And it is really surprising that when I order on a Friday afternoon it's sometimes comes Saturday afternoon or no later than Monday.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Angel on Apr 17, 2021

tip for picky bettas

My betta is a picky eater, but he will eat these. There are some really picky bettas on how they will eat bloodworms, mine happens to be one. If you crush it or break it up into pellet size amounts they'll tend to go after it. Other than that they love it!


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By person on Mar 4, 2021

My frog loves them I think

I bought these for my albino African dwarf frog, after him surviving off of bacon and lunch meat. I thought I should get him something that is regular to eat, anyways I think he likes them but they float so I never see him eat them (because he's a bottom feeder) so that means i have to wait for them to sink which takes to long. But when I look after a while I don't see anymore. They could be going in the filter tho...


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Saija on Apr 19, 2021

Our turtle likes these

We have a map turtle. She likes all the dry foods for turtles except crickets. She just doesnt like them and leaves them floating. They have their favorites ... her favorite is tubifex worms and snails