Xtreme Krill Flakes

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  • Krill as Main Ingredient
  • Color Enhancing
  • Crunchy Flakes

Normally flake foods are considered a "budget" food. Xtreme's Krill Flake is the opposite. It is made with quality ingredients such as krill as the first main ingredient. Given that this is a flake food, you can easily crumble it to the right size for the fish you are feeding. Not only is this food a great protein source for your fish, but it will naturally enhance their color as well - whether it's for your prized guppy fry or your cichlids that you want to get those colors to pop a bit more. I've personally been using this flake food with my livebearers and they love it. Watch my video review here.

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Matthew R. (Hurricane, UT, US)
Ciclid mbunas food

Love it fish go crazy for it.

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Andrew G. (Lynnwood, WA, US)

Xtreme Krill Flakes

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Eric N. (Pikesville, MD, US)
great flake

My pickier fish don't love the flakes, but most do. More importantly, they have great flake properties: it stays together after getting wet, sinks slowly, easy to crush up and make small, and distributes itself in the tank without effort.

Here are my fish that don't eat it: discus, rams, apistos and pea puffer. Fish that do: tetras, endlers, dwarf rainbows, corydoras, CPDs, white clouds. By comparison, everything eats Hikari Vibra Bites, and everyone except the pea puffer eats xtreme pellets.

I like to use the flakes to mix things up, and I think the spread of the flakes helps fry, shrimp and less aggressive eaters.

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James B. (Ruther Glen, VA, US)
Must have for picky eaters!

My fish go nuts for these! I have one picky tetra that won't touch frozen bloodworms and brine shrimp, yet as soon as these flakes hit the water, he is zipping around, gobbling them up!

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AW (Redmond, WA, US)
Great, versatile food

My fish love it. It's easy to grind up with your fingers for whatever size fish you're feeding, including guppy and platy fry. The only time I've had a complaint was when I jokingly sprinkled a little on my dog's food--it gave her really bad gas.