Hikari Oranda Gold Mini Pellet 300G

Hikari Oranda Gold Mini Pellet 300G


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Floating Pellet That Won’t Cloud The Water, *Allows easy monitoring of amount eaten, *Helps eliminate over-feeding, *Reduces water quality problems

Hikari Oranda Gold Mini Pellet 300G

Hikari Oranda Gold Mini Pellet 300G – Floating Pellet That Won’t Cloud The Water

*Allows easy monitoring of amount eaten
*Helps eliminate over-feeding
*Reduces water quality problems

A food developed specifically to promote prominent head growth while enhancing the coloration of goldfish kept indoors where adequate UV rays are not available to help them formulate colors. Great for Oranda, Lionhead, Azumanishiki, Ranchu and most other fancy goldfish. Regular feeding insures desirable body structure and excellent appearance.

Desirable Form Possible Without Live Foods
Marvelous growth of pronounced head
Live food not required, eliminating the potential for parasite or bacteria problems
Contains Stabilized Vitamin C
Promotes resistance to stress
Promotes resistance to infectious disease
Promotes a long, healthy life
Excellent Color Enhancing, Daily Diet
Outstanding nutrition
Bio-Technology provides a basis for the best color enhancing capacity available
Helps prevent color fading
Noticeable color changes within 30-45 days

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein 46% Min.
Crude Fat 6% Min.
Crude Fiber 5% Max.
Moisture 12% Max.
Ash 10% Max.

Ingredients: fish meal, wheat flour, krill meal, spirulina, dried seaweed meal, brewer’s dried yeast, gluten meal, enzyme, garlic, astaxanthin, monosodium glutamate, DL-methionine, vitamins and minerals including stabilized vitamin C


Vitamin A – 36,000 IU/kg

Vitamin C – 190 mg/kg

Vitamin D3 – 7,300 IU/kg

Vitamin E – 350 mg/kg

Feeding Suggestions: When temperature above 50 degrees, feed two to four times daily. Higher temperatures cause more activity which requires more food. Please do not exceed the amount your fish will eat within a few minutes of feeding. Remove all remaining food after the feeding period to avoid over-feeding and the water quality problems associated with this action.