We love live feeds but sometimes you can't always feed live, we're aware of it. We're huge fans of Coral Frenzy Coral Foods and now the new version is truly "the ultimate Coral Food", how? The formula has been revised for better nutrition along with the addition of probiotics to help maintain better water clarity. Coral Frenzy is the perfect alternative for those who do not have the time, discipline, or desire to feed live (you should be ashamed). With a long shelf life, the chances of this going bad can really be a worry of the past. Everyone should have a jar of this, even if it's for a just in case day.
Truth and transparency are paramount when it comes to feeding your reef tank. We know this and we're extremely picky on what we introduce. You can rest assured that every ingredient is listed on the label, so there is no question of what you are feeding. There are no “secret” ingredients or fillers.
If you're like us you have a box of reef supplies in your closest, while it's awesome being prepared we've been stumped scratching our head on how old something is. What's great about Coral Frenzy is every jar now carries a unique serial numbers for the most concise product tracking system we can implement. Coral Frenzy can now trace any jar of our coral food down to the minute it was manufactured, offering the maximum ability to comply with current and future animal feed laws in municipalities in the US and abroad.
PARTICLE SIZE: 53-2300
Marine Fish Protein, Salmon Roe, Krill, Paracoccus, Schizochitrium, Arctic Copepods, Spirulina, Artemia, Rotifers, D. Salina, Probiotic blend
NUTRITIONAL ANALYSIS: Crude Protein (min) 53.7%, Crude Fat (min) 18%, Crude Fiber (max) 2.87%, Ash (max) 11.8%, Moisture (max) 6.26%, Omega 3 (min) 5.72 g/100g, Omega 6 (min) 1.02 g/100g, Omega 9 (min) 3.18 g/100g
Probiotic Blend: 1,000,000 cfu/g (min) Bacillus Subtilis & Bacillus Licheniformis
Pro Feeding Tip: For a 100 gal tank; Mix 1/2 tsp vigorously with a 8 oz (that's about a glass) of aquarium water and pour into a high flow area or target feed. We recommend turning off your skimmer for 30-60 minutes after feeding. Feed twice to three times a week according to your tank's needs.
Storage: Keep closed and in a dry place; avoid excessive heat. This means under your tank in the sump area probably isn't a great choice.