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Fish Food for Aquarium Fish

Fish food is not optional when setting up an aquarium. Researching in advance whether your aquarium fish will do well with flakes or pellets and having fish food ready before buying your aquarium fish will save a great deal of stress. Frozen fish food is also available and provides high quality nutrients. Nutritional needs of your fish will vary by type, as well as by age. Bottom feeding aquarium fish will prefer sinking food, while fish that swim at mid- or top-level will likely prefer flakes or floating pellets. Choosing the right tropical fish food is critical to the initial success of your fish and their long term health.

Hikari Tropical Betta Bio-Gold

Hikari Tropical Betta Bio-Gold

Excellent Food for Bettas
Pros: Betta eats them quickly, well before they start to fall
Cons: A tiny bit tricky to tap out the right amount, but easier with practice
My Betta, Dori, doesn't seem to be picky when it comes to food. However, he does LOVE this betta food. He snaps all the pieces up quickly before any of them have a chance to fall. He has no problem fi...
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TetraMin Tropical Flakes Fish Food
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$299
(16 Reviews)
TetraColor Tropical Granules Fish Food
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$419
Was: $4.99
Save: $0.80
(9 Reviews)
Hikari Fish Food Sticks
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$549
(7 Reviews)
Formula Two Marine Pellet Food
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$759
Was: $9.49
Save: $1.90
(4 Reviews)
TetraFin Goldfish Flake Food
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$159
Was: $1.99
Save: $0.40
(8 Reviews)
TetraMin Tropical Crisps Fish Food
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$379
(16 Reviews)
Hikari Tropical Algae Wafers Fish Food
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Was: $2.29
(11 Reviews)