Betta Grain Free Crumbles

7 reviews

Size: 1.0mm
Quantity: 2oz
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Catherine C.
United States United States

Betta does not like it & the food is not actually crumbles

The Your Fish Stuff food is practically already crumbled nearly into a powder. At first, my betta would only eat it if I managed to make enough of the powder-ish food stick together in a clump before putting it in front of him. Otherwise he ignores it, whether the food is floating or sinking. He is simply not interested in it and began ignoring me when I tried to feed him. Normally he is an exuberant eater. Before trying this food, I tried other brands. I was looking for a dry fish food that does not have fillers in it because I'm going on a trip soon and wanted to use an automatic feeder. That's why I ordered this. Also noticed the shrimps didn't bother with it either, so I am wondering what is actually in the food because typically the shrimps eat anything I put in their eating area. I could put a little right where the shrimps usually gather to eat, yet they let it sit. So I've returned to using frozen foods and need to find someone to care for my fish and shrimps while I'm on this trip.

United States United States

the fish food your whole family will love

I’m allergic to gluten and was having an incredibly hard time finding food for my newly bought betta and snail that didn’t make me sick. After a week I finally found this one and I was nervous because I didn’t know if they would eat it but it was literally the only gluten free option I had found so far. My betta also has a slightly weird shaped mouth so he has a hard time eating sometimes, the crumbles are perfect for him. He’s never had a problem getting a bite. They go absolutely nuts over it. I think they’d give more than 5 stars if they could. Pictured: velma the mystery snail and nihil the betta, die hard fans of this fish food.

Your Fish Stuff Betta Grain Free Crumbles Review
Vincent M.
United States United States

Works great

The fish likes it a lot once he got over not having his gluten. More fun to feed him these little pieces than one huge ball of garbage and a belly ache with the usual fish food.

Candice M.
United States United States

Best for my babies

I have been searching far and wide for fish food that doesn't cost an arm and a leg, that has simple ingredients and most of all, does not contain wheat as I am allergic to it. I have not been able to find a single fish food that does not contain wheat let alone grain-free! On this Expedition I found that most fish food is full of crap, bare minimum low quality ingredients and most of it's not "fish food" It has been heartbreaking until I found this fish food. They weren't kidding when they say the fish will jump towards it they go crazy for this food! I have a smaller container to keep the bigger bag fresh but every time I open it I smell it and it smells like fish food! Not only that it has garlic in it which will deter and fight off parasites, I can see them being more healthy and having more energy more confident and exploring. The scared ones come out to play. I had a beta that had cancer or something I'm not sure a giant growth and she didn't make it but after starting this food this growth that had been growing for about 8 months started shrinking. It was too late but I feel like if I had gotten her this food sooner she might have had a chance. I use it for all of my fish I need to get more for my specific Bottom Feeders and algae eaters but I hope this store stays in store forever. You have a forever customer and I will be sharing your site with everyone I know that loves their fish too!

lex a.
United States United States

betta grain free crumbles

my boys absolutely love this food it’s the best iv tried so far, although one of them has a mutation that his mouth faces up if you have the same problem i would look into floating foods he can still eat it but not as easily

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