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Fish Food

Freeze-drying food preserves almost as much nutritional value as freezing food. Flake foods tend be a mixture of different foods rather than a single food. The Sera lines of flake foods are very specific to certain species such as goldfish, discus, cichlids, ornamental fish and carps. The Sera products have been separated into pages for freshwater and saltwater. Pelletized food appeals to certain varieties of carnivores because the shape better mimics the qualities of live food than either flake or freeze-dried foods. The closest to a natural food is Julian Sprung's Sea Veggies. These seaweed products have been freeze-dried, but they have undergone less processing than other freeze-dried foods. Vegetarian fishes, such as tangs, angelfishes and certain damselfishes and blennies love dried seaweed. Freeze-dried foods can be fortified with Selcon a highly unsaturated fatty acid that includes stabilized vitamin C and vitamin B12. Feed your fish a wide variety of foods. As with humans this will help to insure they get the range of required nutrients. Freeze-dried and flake foods should not be the staple diet of marine fish, but should be used to supplement fresh and frozen foods. Opened flake food may lose food value or even develop mold or bacterial growth. Only purchase food in quantities that can be consumed within a couple months. Store food in the refrigerator.

Brightwell Aquatics
Additives and Coral Food
Brine Shrimp
Hatcheries and Eggs
Dainichi Fish Food
Saltwater Fish Food
Nutrafin Fish Food
Fresh and Saltwater
Ocean Nutrition
Fresh and Saltwater
Ocean Star International
Saltwater Food
San Francisco Bay Brand
Saltwater Food
Tetra Fish Food
Fresh and Saltwater