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Golden Pearls Food- Review?

I had a larger than normal birthing period for my Endlers- Im swimming in fry- litterally.... So of course I ran low on brine shrimp, microworms, vinegar eels and dafnia (figures).



I tried Hakori 'first bites' and they didnt bite..... So I tried crushed flakes, my homemade food (egg yolk, veggies).... then tried frozen Emerald and Frenzy. After a ton of searching, I came upon 'Golden Pearls' https://aquacarium.com/products/gold...and-coral-food


The fry eat it (comes in 6 sizes) and they consume it now that they are a week old. But the ingredients are fairly non-descript. Anyone have any info/experience with it?

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Sounds like something they sell in the French Quarter

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New Orleans has some amazing food! haha. But honestly.....
Ingredients
High quality fish meals, crustacean meal, purified fish oils, phospholipids, astaxanthin, vitamins and protected minerals, antioxidants, and immunostimulants

Guaranteed Analysis
60% Protein 8% Fat 5% Fiber 8% Moisture

Nothing more than that!

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I have a can of it. I've fed fry with it several times, and on occasional my smaller tetras and shrimps (just because I wanted to use up the food). They seemed to do fine on it- my few fry were definitely growing and looked healthy. It wasn't the only food I used, though. I alternated it with pulverized flake/shrimp pellet/betta pellet/sprinula wafer mix.


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