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Hikari Betta Bio Gold Floating Pellet Fish Food 20g

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SKU
I158199
Pet
Fish
Feeding Type
Dry Food
Food Type
Pellets
Description

Hikari Betta Bio-Gold has been developed after considerable research into the eating habits and nutritional requirements of bettas.

This floating pellet has been carefully balanced to meet the nutritional needs of your pet. The inclusion of premium-select fish meal which provides a superior protein source, Astaxanthin which helps enhances coloration, Grape Seed Extract (polyphenol) which has been shown to reduce the impacts of aging and Spirulina which naturally offers a high concentration of usable vitamins make this a daily diet perfectly suited for bettas and their high stress nature.

Look for our other premium diets which your betta will also enjoy; Hikari Vibra Bites, Frozen Bloodworms, developed, produced and packaged in Hikari's facilities so we can be assured you'll always get the Hikari quality you expect!

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