- Bio-Pure Frozen Krill - Hikari
All frozen foods do not ship free as described above. Frozen Foods will ship on Tuesdays and Thursdays only with UPS Next Day Air delivery service for a single flat rate of $29.99.
Due to customs restrictions, we are unable to ship this product to Canada, Alaska, Hawaii, or any other US Territories at this time.
Krill is known to naturally contain higher levels of astaxanthin, which your fish can use to improve their coloration. Hikari has added essential vitamins to help support the immune system of your fish, at the same time their processing procedure removes salt which greatly helps your saltwater fish complete their osmotic process when they eat, which leads to less energy usage.
Four Sizes Available
- 3.5 oz Blister Pack
- 4 oz Flat Pack
- 8 oz Flat Pack
- 16 oz Flat Pack
Krill is a great food for larger fresh or saltwater fish, that is packed with protein and other valuable vitamins. The nutritional content of Krill will help bring back the color of your fish while providing a food that is of some of the highest quality available.
Krill is best if used as a treat for your fish. Feed only as much as your fish will consume in a 1 minute period no more than twice a day. With larger foods it is best to closely monitor feedings for uneaten particles. Uneaten foods will break down and can lead to poor water conditions.
- 3-step sterilized
- Free of harmful bacteria
- Free of harmful parasites
- Free of foul odors
- Bio-encapsulated with multi-vitamins
- Vitamins in the animal not the water
- Similar to gut loading
- Guarantees your pet gets the vitamins
- Provides maximum nutrition for your fish
Processed Through Hikari's Mega-Power Freezer
- Retains natural color
- Retains natural shape
- Retains nutritional benefits
Crude Protein - 5.0% min
Crude Fat - 0.5% min
Crude Fiber - 0.9% max
Moisture - 89.0% max
Phosphorous - 0.01% min
Ascorbic Acid - 10 mg/kg min
Riboflavin 2 mg/kg min
Krill Ingredients: Krill, water, vitamin B12 supplement, pyridoxine hydrochloride, L-ascorbyl-2-phosphate (stabilized vitamin C), carotene, riboflavin (vitamin B2), thiamine mononitrate, biotin, choline chloride, folic acid, calcium pantothenate, inositol, niacin.
NOTE: Handling a frozen food that is derived from a live animal can cause the same allergic reaction possible by handling the live animal itself. To avoid potential problems, always wash your hands immediately after use and avoid contact with your nose and mouth prior to washing.
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