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San Francisco Bay Brand

Frozen Brine Shrimp Fish Food Roll-A-Cube (2 lb - 216 cubes) - San Francisco Bay Brand

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Frozen Food ships on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday each week. There is an additional $29.99 charge added at checkout for any order containing frozen food. All Frozen is shipped Fedex Priority Overnight or 2 Day in a cooler with Dry Ice. We do not ship Frozen on Mondays or Fridays.

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Description

Fish Food – Frozen Brine Shrimp

Brine Shrimp

Scientific name: Artemia sp.

The Original Frozen Fish Food!

Have a finicky eater? It will be love at first bite! San Francisco Bay Brand Sally’s Frozen Brine Shrimp™ are readily recognized as a prey by all fish and invertebrates, will act as a great feeding stimulant and will serve as an excellent protein source for all your fish and invertebrates. For over forty years San Francisco Bay Brand Sally’s Frozen Brine Shrimp has been widely recognized as the food of choice for tropical fish.

Product Features:

  • All natural
  • Frozen fresh
  • Source of aquatic protein and lipids
  • Excellent for finicky feeders
  • Great stimulant for triggering the feeding instinct of fish
  • The 1.75 oz (50g) mini-cube is excellent for desktop & nano aquariums!

Recommended For:

Freshwater: Tetras, Guppies, Mollies, Gouramis, Swordtails, Cichlid and others.

Saltwater: Angels, Clownfish, Damsels, Gobies, Butterflies, Blennies and others.

Feeding Instructions:

Cubes
Feed often, but only what can be consumed in three minutes. Remove any uneaten food. Never overfeed. No thawing or rinsing required. Keep frozen.

Flat Packs
Break or cut off a small portion and drop in aquarium or thaw in a cup, then pour in aquarium. Feed often, but only what can be consumed in three minutes. Remove any uneaten food. Never over feed. No thawing or rinsing required. Keep frozen.

Important
Microwaving or thawing in hot water is not recommended, as this breaks down the nutrients contained in frozen fish food.

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