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DISCUS DELIGHTS©
THE GOURMET DISCUS DIET FOOD HAMPER

Seven differant foods in each hamper, one for each day of the week.'

A FABULOUS WAY TO ENSURE YOUR DISCUS GET A GOOD, BALANCED AND VARIED DIET'
  Practical fish keeping magazine April 2004 .

Discus Delights

Apart from a fresh new look that will catch the eye on any retailers shelf it will now come in one size. At 210 grams total weight it will be bigger than the old starter pack, and at 22.89 imcluding P+P is still economical to use. In each gourmet hamper is seven different 30 gram packets of high quality discus food, making a break down on price at under 2.86 per 30 gram packet. It needs no freezing or fridge storage, just a cool dry place to store and can be used straight from the box and each hamper should last between 4-6 months feeding six discus, depending on the size of the fish. If you have other fish in with your discus, just think of it as a posh food for them also and they will love it. Over the last year the foods in the hamper have changed slightly, making sure the lucky gourmet feeders never get bored with the same foods every day. Sausage, bacon and eggs sound good to me. But imagine dining on that every day, every month all year round. Many breeders have seen a positive difference in productivity of their breeding pairs and have expressed how much healthier they are. The result we think is just simply feeding a wide varied diet, and providing all the levels of essential amino acids and vitamins etc. Also with every one living a fast and busy life style, doesn't it make sense to have a quick, convenient food that is also safe to feed your fish, with every thing they need all in one box? Many good prepatory foods are available these days, so taking the risk of feeding live tubiflex worms and ungamma rayed frozen foods, as in the old days of fish keeping is totally unnecessary. But with 'discus delights' available with seven different foods for each day of the week, is it worth taking that chance?