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OmegaOne Frozen Brine Shrimp Fish Food

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Omega One Frozen Brine Shrimp Pouch is one of the easiest, cleanest way to feed frozen food! This resealable pouch contains 30 single-serving quick-thaw pods, each filled with a delicious treat for your fish. Omega One Brine Shrimp is of the highest quality and offers an excellent opportunity to boost the color of your fish and has been a favorite treat of both freshwater and marine fish for decades.

Features: UV sterilized to eliminate the risk of parasites or bacteria
Food Type: Fish; great for Angel Fish, Discus, Cory Catfish, Bottom Feeders, all types of Cichlids, Tangs, and many other species
Food Consistency: Serving Pods
Flavor: Blood Worms
Primary Ingredient: Brine Shrimp
Package Weight: 4.0 oz, 30 count

Feeding Instructions:
Remove pod from pouch, peel back foil cover, and drop frozen food into aquarium. If preferred, leave unopened pod to thaw at room temperature for 5-10 minutes andthen pour food into aquarium. Feed often but only what your fish will consume in three minutes. Remove uneaten food. Do not overfeed. Keep unused fish food in freezer.

Brine Shrimp

Guaranteed Analysis:
Min. Crude Protein 7.6%
Min. Crude Fat 1.6%
Max. Crude Fiber 1.4%
Max. Moisture 85.2%
Max. Ash 3.4%

Omega™One Frozen Brine Shrimp Fish Food
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Omega™One Frozen Brine Shrimp Fish Food is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT PRODUCT!!! It is very cool to watch it. The fish love it. I have just tried it out. Although it says on the box to put in how much your fish will eat in three minutes, I just use a fourth of a block for my twenty-nine gallon tank. You should keep it in the freezer like the bag says. I recommend this product. I will feed my fish the brine shrimp two times each week.
Date published: 2015-06-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LIVE SHRIMP I've used a lot of frozen shrimp over the past couple months to feed my axolotls and I thought that these individually wrapped ones would be nice but a couple days after I started using them I saw little tiny shrimps moving at the top of the water. It took me a ton of water changes to finally get rid of them. I don't know if I just got a bad batch but I will not be purchasing these again
Date published: 2018-08-30
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Should I put this in the refrigerator after I am done feeding

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