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San Francisco Bay Brand Frozen Brine Shrimp, 8 oz.

$8.99
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  • Description

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    Frozen Brine Shrimp For All Fresh & Saltwater Fish - Have a finicky eater? It will be love at first bite! San Francisco Bay Brand Sally's Frozen Brine Shrimp are readily recognized as a prey by all fish and invertebrates, will act as a great feeding stimulant and will serve as an excellent protein source for all your fish and invertebrates. For over forty years San Francisco Bay Brand Sally's Frozen Brine Shrimp has been widely recognized as the food of choice for tropical fish.

    • - All Natural
    • - Frozen Fresh
    • - Great stimulant for triggering the feeding instinct of fish
    • - Excellent for finicky feeders
    • - Excellent for freshwater and saltwater fish
    • - Stimulates growth and supports coloration

    Specifications

    • SKU

      48844

    • Primary Brand

      San Francisco Bay Brand

    • Days to Ship

      Ships Next Business Day

    • Weight

      8 OZ

  • Additional Features

    • Grain Free

      No

    • Live Food

      No

    Item Dimensions

    • Height

      7.125 IN

    • Width

      5.875 IN

    • Depth

      .25 IN

  • Ingredients

    Brine shrimp, water, guar gum.

    Guaranteed Analysis

    Protein (min) 4.7%, Fat (min) 0.5%, Fiber (max) 0.5%, Moisture (max) 91.0%, Ash (max) 1.1%, Phosphorous (min) 0.1%

  • Break or cut small portions and thaw in cup, then pour in aquarium. Feed no more than fish can consume in 3 minutes. Never overfeed. Remove any uneaten food. Keep unused portion in your freezer.

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