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Shrimp King Snow Pops 40g

pops 40g
5 In stock
Fish Food
39.95 AUD 33.95 AUD
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Sinking food sticks made of 100% organic soy bran. For healthy, balanced growth and plentiful reproduction. Right after reaching the bottom of the aquarium, the sticks literally "pop" up, crumble away and form a large "food carpet". Thus, every animal gets its share and there will be no food stress, which is particularly important for young and less assertive animals. Your shrimps will dash at this food because of the aromatic ingredients. Due to the high proportion of crude fibre, the sticks decompose only gradually and thus can remain in the aquarium longer. Snow Pops are ideally suited as weekend food. Even professional Asian breeders swear by this food.

Soybeans, belonging to the family of pulses, are known as a source of high-quality protein. The legumes are rich in vital amino acids, vitamins, polyunsaturated fatty acids as well as cell protection micronutrients, such as folic acid and selenium. Those are accompanied by essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron, and zinc. Due to their prebiotic properties, dietary fibres provide for healthy digestion. The numerous positive ingredients make Snow Pops an ideal alternative and supplement to the main feed. They promote healthy, balanced growth and plentiful reproduction. Also ideally suited as a valuable snack.

Features

  • Supplementary food
  • Without artificial preservatives and colourants, without fish meal
  • Ingredients: Soya bean

Usage

Feeding recommendation: Approx. 5 mm stick per 20 shrimps.

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Maneesh D.
Shrimp favourite

A favourite for shrimp - turn into fluffy white snow like powder, easy to spot and will last for a long time.

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