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|*||Nutritious micro-encapsulated pellet food for tropical aquarium fish|
|*||Excellent food choice for small tropical fish like tetras and barbs|
|*||Semi-floating pellets ideal for fish that feed at the surface or mid-water|
Quality pellet food specially developed for small-mouth tropical aquarium fishes. Highly digestible, Hikari Micro Pellets are formulated to provide small tropical fish such as tetras and barbs superior nutrition with excellent digestibility. Special micro-coating maintains nutrient integrity while reducing the chances of water clouding. Fortified with added vitamins and minerals including stabilized Vitamin C to help reduce stress and build immunity to disease. Semi-floating Hikari Micro Pellets are ideal for surface and mid-water feeders.
Fish meal, krill meal, soybean meal, flaked corn, cuttlefish meal, brewers dried yeast, wheat germ meal, wheat starch, fish oil, powdered cellulose, hydrolyzed vegetable sucrose polyesters, dried seaweed meal, lecithin, DL-methionine, garlic, spirulina, astaxanthin, choline chloride, Vitamin E supplement, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (stabilized Vitamin C), inositol, d-calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, Vitamin A supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, niacin, folic acid, Vitamin D3 supplement, biotin, Vitamin B12 supplement, P-aminobenzoic acid, disodium phosphate, salt, ferrous sulfate, magnesium sulfate, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, red 3, yellow 5 (artificial colors).
|Crude Protein||43% min.|
|Crude Fat||7% min.|
|Crude Fiber||7% max.|
|Vitamin A||16,000 IU/kg min.|
|Ascorbic Acid||360 mg/kg min.|
|Vitamin D3||2,400 IU/kg min.|
|Vitamin E||960 IU/kg min|
Feeding Suggestions: Feed two to three times daily the amount your fish will completely consume within two to three minutes. Remove all remaining food after the feeding period to avoid over-feeding and the water quality problems which can result from this action. Tropical fish often resist a new type of food when changing their diet, continued use will ensure acceptance.