|Top Ingredients||Salmon, Whole Herring, Wheat Flour...||Salmon, Whole Herring, Wheat Flour...||Fish Meal, Dehulled Soybean Meal, Wheat Germ Meal...||Salmon, Whole Herring, Wheat Flour...||Salmon, Whole Herring, Wheat Flour...|
|Fish Type||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Tropical Freshwater||Cichlid, Tropical Freshwater||Cichlid, Tropical Freshwater|
|Health Feature||Color Enhancement||Color Enhancement||Color Enhancement||—||—|
Amazing food and the fish love it. I have seen their colors come out with this brand.
Title says floating, product container says floating, in reality these actually sink as quickly as I've ever seen any food sink. NOT floating. Otherwise fine, I just have to be careful to only feed as much as they will consume before they reach the bottom. If you want some to reach the bottom then these are great.
These pellets are actually quite big, no small-medium fish would be able to fit them in their mouth. I was dissappointed because it said small pellets, but they are actually quite very big. Ingredients are great though.
My little crowntail just loves these! They are a little big for her (she's just a few months old, I'm sure!), But that's an easy fix. I just crunch them into bite size pieces and she govvles them right up. I've also noticed that her peach color seems a bit deeper than when we first got her!
I was expecting smaller pellets... these were kinda big...
I bought these pellets as my first choice for my community tank. I have Mollys, gold barbs, corydora, Honey gourami, a ropefish, and black skirt tetras. Though I absolutely love the ingredients in this product, my barbs can't fit the pellets into their little mouths, and I wanted to make sure they were getting food, without scavenging for it after feeding, so I switched to Omega One Super Color Flakes, instead. There's nothing wrong with the pelleted option, I just couldn't feed all my fish with them. Besides the barbs, the other fish really love these, and I still sprinkle some in sometimes, during feeding, because they like them so much! When the pellets eventually sink, my corydora take over, and vacuum them right up!