Scientifically developed for Goldfish The protein-to-fat ratio in this pelleted high-quality marine protein diet is designed to support normal growth and helps maintain clean water. Contains no artificial colors or dyes that can harm fish or cloud water.
Ideal protein-to-fat ratio to support healthy growth for your goldfish
Contains no artificial colors that can cloud aquariums or harm your fish friends
High quality marine protein pelleted tropical fish food
Nice size for goldfish larger than "carnival" fish, yet not big enough for pellets for "pond" fish. They seem to like it and are still growing.
on Jan 11, 2021
My fish and turtle love these pellets. I love that they float and keep my water clean.
goldfish floating food
on Aug 15, 2020
i love it its a great purchase thank you and yesi will buy it again no problem the fish be jumping yes i like it and will be getting it again
Not a good one
on Jul 29, 2020
other reviews were right. shouldn't have bought it. They don't like it. Splits out all the time. Stick with the flakes
Intended to keep a cleaner tank
on Aug 27, 2019
All of my fish kept spitting them out and were looking for regular flakes so I bought the flakes again. None of my fish liked the pellets I think they are more for pond feeding.
Koi love food
on Oct 14, 2019
Koi love this food. Koi look healthy from it. Doesn't cloud water.
Goldfish and koi love this food
on May 3, 2019
I just started feeding the pond fish the floating pellets so much better than flakes where a lot gets wasted. They love these and gobble them up. It has made their colors brighter too
on Apr 11, 2019
I’m able to feed all seven of my fish with one canister for weeks instead of buying every other week
on Dec 15, 2018
I am not a serious aquarium person. I have a single goldfish that winters over in a tank, waiting for spring and a transfer to an outdoor bathtub with plants in it and wife stuff. There is very little waste, and I save 60 miles of driving by getting the food here. Spot seems to relish it. He or she is getting pretty big now, and is 3 or 4 years old. Summer diet is plant roots and mosquito larvae.
on Feb 13, 2019top500Contributor
My 3 albino loaches love these pellets. They prefer these over the sinking wafers and always eat them first.