Zoo Med Banquet Block Tortoise Food, 5 oz

By Zoo Med
Rated 3.2308 out of 5 stars
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About This Item

  • Formulated as a source of nutritious food and calcium to complement a healthy tortoise diet.
  • Made with a unique blend of spineless cactus, alfalfa, and carrots inside a chewable calcium base.
  • Provides enrichment and helps prevent overgrown beaks as your pal chews on the block to get to the food inside.
  • Perfect to provide food while you’re away from home or as a healthy, supplemental treat anytime.
  • Formula is proudly made in the USA with a tropical fruit flavor and no artificial preservatives.

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Top IngredientsCalcium Sulfate, Dried Nopales (Spineless Opuntia Cactus), Dried Carrot...Water, Soy Protein, Whole Egg Powder...Ground Corn, Soybean Hulls, Soybean Meal...Suncured Timothy Hay, Wheat Middlings, Almond Hull Meal...Ground Corn, Ground Oats, Ground Wheat...
Food FormFeeders / BlocksPelletsPelletsPelletsPellets
Health FeatureDigestive HealthN/AN/ADigestive HealthN/A

Questions & Answers

7 Customer Questions


How do I get my tortoise to bite the block??
Answer by ChewyApr 12, 2019
This may just take time. Many pet parents have had to reintroduce the calcium block 1-2 months later before their tortoises would show interest. If your tortoise is not interested in the block now, romaine lettuce can fed as a great source of calcium in the meantime.

is this good for African spured tortoise, shes about 35 pds.
Answer by ChewyJul 27, 2018
This block provides essential calcium to keep all tortoises healthy and thriving.

I have sacata tortoise will this block be for my tortoise
Answer by ChewyMar 05, 2021
This block provides essential calcium to keep all tortoises healthy and thriving.

Is it ok for turtles too?
Answer by ChewyJul 11, 2020
The Zoo Med Banquet Block Tortoise Food is suitable for Tortoises and Aquatic Turtles.


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78 Customer Reviews



Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By mini on Apr 24, 2022

My two tortoise do not like this.

My two tortoise will not touch this, so I'm tossing it out. I would like to get a refund please.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By krook on Jan 25, 2022
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little snack

Russian tortoise was not a big fan right away. However, I kept putting this in his feeding spot, when his regular food was gone. Started noticing some nibble marks after a couple weeks. Still not his favorite, but it’s great for supplemental nibbling.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Stickymommy on Jan 11, 2022

Not a hit for my tortoises

I have two tortoises and neither of them like this. They were curious at first and it looked like they tried to bite it but didn’t get anything off of it. Don’t know if they just didn’t like it or it was too big and hard to bite it. It was a waste for us.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By loveaemily on Nov 8, 2021

red foot loves it

It took about 3 -4 wks before my red foot decided to try it. My red foot is only about 2 yrs old, so I was worried this would be to big for him. Once he finally was able to bite it he had no problems. He really likes it, but this product is not for picky tortoises. Mine will destroy anything edible and it still took some time. He enjoys chewing on it and it’s been doing a great job of keeping his beak filed down! I’ll defiantly keep buying these since it seems big enough even for an adult red foot.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Debb on Oct 10, 2021

Healthy treat

My Desert Tortoises will nibble at this block only, so I always keep several in their compounds for free choice but find that if I grate it and top dress their meals, it's an extra bonus and assures me they're receiving a healthy supplement to prevent or reduce any metabolic bone issues many of these guys have when turned-in to our rescue.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By SGTortGal on Nov 3, 2021

Torts aren't interested

I've used similar blocks in the past, all nibbled and poked at. This is the first one they weren't at all interested in. I have a Sulcata and a Leopard tort, both familiar with blocks like this.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By JZLR on Oct 10, 2021

picky tortoise don’t buy it

I bought this in hope that my tortoise would use it but turns out he/she is very picky so it has not been touched so if you are looking for a form of calcium nutrients the power and liquid form are the way to go,sorry :/


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By DebL on Oct 31, 2021

Ordered wrong item

I actually ordered the wrong item.....but was able to pass it on to a friend. They said that they worked great and was even some left when they returned from vacation!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By MrsB on Nov 2, 2021

Not worth it

My tortoise never bit it, it laid in her terrarium for half a year, until I finally throw it out


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Jess on Sep 30, 2021

Always needed

This block is more nutritious than a turtle bone, plus it is bigger!