OMEGA ONE Sinking Veggie Rounds Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Food, 8.1-oz jar -

Omega One Sinking Veggie Rounds Freshwater & Saltwater Fish Food

By Omega One
Rated 4.4571 out of 5 stars

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About This Item


  • Formulated with fresh ocean kelp harvested by hand from the Gulf of Alaska
  • Made with fresh, natural fats this food is low in ash and never clouds water
  • Rich in omega 3 & 6 HUFA's for healthy immune systems and long life
  • Natural pigments in salmon skins improve and promote vibrant colors
  • You’ll notice that the color of these sinking veggie rounds are a much richer green because they didn’t skimp on the “good stuff”

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Questions & Answers

3 Customer Questions

Can these be fed to African Cichlids and Angel fish?
Answer by ChewyJan 19, 2023
This fish food is suitable for all freshwater and saltwater fish.

Will small goldfish eat these? I'm trying to vary their diet
Answer by ChewyMar 15, 2021
This formula is suitable for all freshwater and saltwater herbivores.

Would this type of food be good for my octocinclus catfish?
Answer by ChewyMar 22, 2020
This food is suitable for bottom feeder, marine fish and tropical freshwater fish.

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Rated 4.4571 out of 5 stars
35 Ratings
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35 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By nikki on Jan 17, 2023


My fish love these, but I am going crazy because 75% of the time the tablet WILL NOT sink. I have tried pre-soaking them in aquarium water before i toss them in which has kind of helped but they still kind of bob mid-water for a while. I just don’t want to risk tossing it in and it never sinking so this has been quite the annoyance!

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By nakita on May 10, 2021

Amazing my plecos actually started to fight over this wafer

My bristlenose clown and rubberlip plecos actually began fighting over these wafers and I had to add more than normal they wouldn't leave them they loved these and the cobalts wafers would Definitely recommend both as its great to alternate to give them a healthy variety plus fresh veggies

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Bizzybostons on May 15, 2021

Must be tasty

Sinks right to the bottom. Pleco, Chinese algae eats and snails like to munch it right up.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Katec94 on Mar 2, 2021

Sinking veggie rounds

Shrimp and nerite snail seem to enjoy them. I've had similar products before and my snail wouldn't touch them, but it goes right to these.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Huey210 on Nov 24, 2020

Snails love them

I needed to supplement food for the snails as I put an algae killer in the tank and the food supply was running low. Snails found these immediately. Water remained crystal clear after using these, though I do have a UV light filter in the tank, so that might have had something to do with the tank remaining clear.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By KaKa on Oct 26, 2020

Love ,love, love these pellets

At this time my 125 gallon saltwater tank has no fish it is only Corals, snails tons of serpent starfish Etc. I live in Florida and I am waiting for the hurricane season to be over before restocking with fish. In the meantime the list that I just mentioned devours these pellets. My only negative comment is that I must crush them. I use a meat mallet to break them in smaller parts but other than that I am very very happy with the product.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Ewie on Aug 16, 2020

Expensive, but worth it

This is literally the only food I buy for my plecos (though I also supplement with fresh vegetables). I compared all the ingredients of all the pleco wafers out there across sites, and this was the only one that had kelp/seaweed as its first ingredients, followed by shrimp (I believe) anyway, as opposed to fillers as the primary ingredient. It doesn't cloud the water and since I had an explosion of baby snails >_< I think these are just really nutritious to support the growth of all the living creatures in the tank. (Anyone want any snails, btw?)

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Goldie on Aug 25, 2020


The product was not what the video showed , the tablets were a lot smaller. The video showed a thicker tablet that sank and the fish nibble as they want. The tablet that this product is smaller , like a waffer. I have to break it into pieces.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By steve on Jun 15, 2020


this item is differently formulated then the website lists. it makes a BIG deal about being made of kelp, and you list it as the #1 ingredient. in reality there are four kinds of fish listed before the kelp. "Veggie Rounds" are really "Fish Rounds" Nutritional Info Ingredients from WEBSITE for Omega Veggie Rounds Whole Kelp, Spirulina, Whole Salmon, Halibut, Seafood Mix (Including Krill, Whole Herring, & Shrimp), Wheat Flour, Wheat Gluten and---chemicals what you sent me salmon, herring, wheat germ, rice, Kelp , shrimp, peas, wheat gluten, spirulina ----and chemicals

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By CareyG on Feb 22, 2020

Hit and miss

I like Omega One foods generally (so do my fish Tetras, Rasboras, Loaches) the problem with these is that they often don't sink for quite some time so, dropping one in front of where my Snowflake pleco hangs out, is often a struggle. The Cory's and greedy Emperor Tetras also like these and for some reason, one of my cats (not a fish) decided she had to have them after I made the mistake of leaving the jar open ona counter...Duly noted.