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Nett weight of foods 210g, and just the same as the regular gourmet hampers, but without the plastic pots. Why pay for pots when you already have them and can refill them with the same regular discus delights gourmet hamper foods with no frill's packaging?
In each refill ‘pizza box style’ gourmet hamper pack is seven different packets of high quality discus food, making a break down on price at under £1.65 per different. It still needs no freezing or fridge storage, just a cool dry place to store and can be used straight from the box and each hamper should last between 4-6 months or more feeding six discus, depending on the size of the fish. If you have other fish in with your discus, just think of it as a posh food for them also and they will love it. Over the last year the foods in the hamper have changed slightly, making sure the lucky gourmet feeders never get bored with the same foods every day.
Sausage, bacon and eggs sound good to me. But imagine dining on that every day, every month all year round. Many breeders have seen a positive difference in productivity of their breeding pairs and have expressed how much healthier they are. The result we think is just simply feeding a wide varied diet, and providing all the levels of essential amino acids and vitamins etc. With some of the foods still in its natural form, this encourages natural feeding behaviour. Also with every one living a fast and busy life style, doesn't it make sense to have a quick, convenient food that is also safe to feed your fish, with everything they need all in one box? Many good proprietary foods are available these days, so taking the risk of feeding live tubiflex worms and ungamma rayed frozen foods, as in the old days of fish keeping is totally unnecessary. But with ‘discus delights’ available with seven different foods for each day of the week, is it worth taking that chance? All hamper packs can be delivered to your door anywhere in the UK.
So what’s in it?
Brine shrimp mini flake.
Brine Shrimp Flake is extraordinarily popular because it is based on a more meaningful "dry product weight" basis, not the weight of frozen, on average, 85% water. Our Brine Shrimp Flake includes a generous amount of - yes – Brine shrimp!! With discus, tetras and their normal compatible tank mates having small mouths, this food is ideal for them.
Typical Analysis: Protein 52%, Oil 14%, Ash 13%, Fibre 3%, Vit A. 8,500 IU/kg, Vit. D3 6,700 IU/kg, Vit.E 200 mg/kg, Vit. C 450 mg/kg
Net weight 20g
Colour Pro Flake
Not only perfect for discus, but a universal premium flake food for everyday feeding of all omnivorous species of fish. Designed to maintain a healthy immune system and ensure a long life. Promotes well-being, naturally intense colouring and growth. Ingredients: Molluscs and crustaceans
Analysis: Crude oils and fat: 4%, Crude protein: 40%, Crude fibre 3% Crude ash: 6.5%, Vitamin D3: 2 000 lu/kg, Vitamin C: 50 mg/kg
Net weight 20g
Garlic colour enhancing granules
This is a complete colour enhancing diet for tropical fish. It contains a high amount of essential components like proteins, oil, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals to keep tropical fish in excellent condition, and helps boost the immune system by including a 1.5% minimum inclusion of garlic! Analysis: Protein 51 % Fat 11.0 % Crude fibre 0.6 % Ash 10.7 % Vitamins: Vitamin A 13.580 Iu/kg Vitamin D3 3000 Iu/kg Vitamin E 272 mg/kg Vitamin C (stable) 291 mg/kg
Net weight 40g
Health Booster Flake
The ingredients used are highly digestible and help to maintain good water quality in your aquarium. These Flakes are a complete feed with all vitamins and minerals required for daily use and a balanced amino acid and fatty acid profile. The high level of stable vitamin C promotes a good health and increases disease resistance. Analysis: Protein 40 % Fat 5.0 % Crude fibre 2.0 % Ash 7.0 % Vitamins: Vitamin A 22.000 Iu/kg Vitamin D3 1.200 Iu/kg Vitamin e 100 mg/kg Vitamin C (stable) 350 mg/kg
Net weight 20g
Discus Granulate is a complete high quality granulated diet specially formulated for all Discus species. The granules offer a size variation that suits small and large Discus fish. Part of the granules will sink, while the other part floats on the surface for a while. This suits the feeding behaviour of Discus fish perfectly.Analysis: Protein 37 % Fat 6.0 % Crude fibre 1.8 % Ash 8.8 % Vitamins: Vitamin A 25.000 Iu/kg Vitamin 3 2.800 Iu/kg Vitamin E 220 mg/kg Vitamin C (stable) 330 mg/kg
Net weight 40g
Tropical flake medley
Tropical Flake Medley is a careful blend of four different flakes, making it widely accepted. We're confident that you'll see the added value in your fish, in their health and in their appearance. This food diet has exceptional water stability, so you'll see an improvement in your water quality as well. A great mix of quality foods, all in one tub for a great treat.
Analysis:Protein 49 % Fat 7.0 % Crude fibre 2.0 % Ash 7.0 % Vitamins: Vitamin A 25.000 Iu/kg Vitamin D3 1.500 Iu/kg Vitamin E 100 mg/kg Vitamin C (stable) 450 g/kg
Net weight 20g
A well known old favourate bloodworm pellets is an excellent natural colour enhancing food for your fish. 100% natural hi-nutritional hydrolyzed bloodworm extract. This succulent pellet is a far better feed than live bloodworm as you can introduce these pellets to your fish quite happily knowing that you are not introducing any kind of nasty organisms into your aquarium.
Typical Analysis: Protein 37%, fat 6%, fibre 2%, vitamins A, D3, E & C, vit C 300 mg/kg.
Net weight 50g
These are the foods we use for our gourmet hampers. Because of availability, we reserve the right to change the foods of the hamper at any time.
Nett weight of foods 210g plus an extra 40g free!!
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