Pond Flake Food 200g

Pond Flake Food 200g
A complete and nutritionally balanced diet for all pond fish under 20cm in length. Naturally enhances the colour of your fish using Spirulina and Chlorella algae, paprika and shrimp. Specially formulated to promote health, easy digestion and long life.

BEST BEFORE: 07/2021

NZ$ 19.90
NZ$ 10.00 including GST
Price for 1+:
NZ$ 10.00 per item
Price for 3+:
NZ$ 7.50 per item
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100g, 200g


Naturally enhances the colour of your goldfish using Spirulina and Chlorella algae, paprika and carrot

Specially formulated to promote health, easy digestion and long life

Contains natural health boosters including Beta Glucans, garlic and Omega 3 oils

Ideal complimentary food for frog and toad tadpoles

Feeding Instructions

Feed 2 – 3 times per day on as much as your fish will consume in a 5 minutes. Avoid overfeeding as any uneaten food will decompose and pollute the water, encouraging algae growth. Feed throughout the year when water temperatures are above 10oC

Protein 35%
Moisture 10%
Oil 5%
Ash 5%
Fibre 2%


Vitamin A 22,000 IU/kg
Vitamin D3 1,200 IU/kg
Vitamin C 300mg/kg
Vitamin E 60mg/kg


Cereals, Fish and fish derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, yeast, molluscs and crustaceans, vegetables, algae, oils and fat, lecithin, Tocopherols, Rosemary and colourants.

The Truth about Fish Science Best Before & Expiry dates...

The Expiry Dates are a legal requirement in the UK & EU and indicate the date when the manufacturer guarantees that the products will meet the Analysis that is printed on the label - if the products have been kept as recommended (sealed). After that expiry/best before date the foods will normally be ok, but cannot be guaranteed to be so - especially if the seal is broken or damaged.

It is very difficult to give a rate of deterioration as it is impacted by the temperature the foods are stored at, including occasional exposure to high temperatures. In clear, packaging light can also have an impact.
As a very rough guide I would suggest that the food will still be in good condition 6 - 12 months after the best before date or Expiry date, with only a 20 - 25% reduction in vitamin levels.

Information provided by David Pool, Fish Nutrition Specialist and Director of Fish Science