New Life Spectrum Goldfish Formula - 125 g
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3mm Sinking/Fresh H2O
Size: 125g, 4.4oz
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The pellets come in several sizes which is great for growing fish. It also sinks quickly, a plus when trying to avoid the goldfish gulping air! The growth rate is impressive. I haven't noticed any cloudiness from the food in the tank.
The only drawback is the reformulation of the food. If you look at the various formulas (community, goldfish, marine...) they are now all the same ingredient listing for all lines. It was not this way before. It seems a bit deceptive to slap different labels on the same product to charge different prices. Although my fish still like the food, it makes me wonder if the company is now "phoning it in". This caused me to drop a star from an otherwise wonderful product.
That said, it's also pretty expensive per pound! I wish that there were more sizes of bags/jars of this food available. My six goldfish go through a 125g jar far too quickly to be worth the money, but the larger tubs are far too big and would go bad before I finished it off.
I usually end up buying less pricey foods not because I'm unwilling to pay for NLS, but because there's not a size available that suits my needs.
This may sound ridiculous but I don't even know that it is the food that is necessarily unpalatable. There was a point where my goldfish would devour anything. However, over time they seem to have gotten pickier? I think it was when I introduced Hikari brand foods into their diet. That is when they totally stopped accepting several other foods. (At least I think it is?)
Personally, I think part of having really healthy ingredients is that the fish don't like the taste. It is like a toddler that prefers candy over broccoli.
Again, my scenario/theory may not be accurate but either way this is a very healthy food that my fish refuse to eat.
Doesn't cloud the water. Doesn't swell up too much so I wasn't worried about them expanding in the fish's stomach. The ingredients seem exactly what I want for my goldfish.