Naturekind® Fish Food | 100g


44 in stock


Product Information:
28 cubes per 100g block | 100% biodegradable sleeve packaging | resealable packet
Feed 1-2 times daily with enough food that your fish can consume within 5-10 minutes
Store frozen at -18°C (for up to 2 years) or refrigerated at 4°C (for up to 3 weeks)
Naturekind® is made using ingredients eaten by fishes in the wild

Plant material (vegetables, rainforest fruits, algae), egg & egg derivatives, fish & fish derivatives, molluscs & crustaceans, aquatic invertebrates, vegetable protein extracts, terrestrial insects and a sprinkle of love!

Nutritional Analysis:
Protein 45% Moisture 41% Lipid 10% Fibre 2% Ash 2%

Research History:
“I developed Naturekind over 6 years of research, analysis and lab trials. My research took me to the jungles of Colombia, Brasil, Venezuela and even India where I observed countless iconic tropical fish species in their natural biotopes. I studied their behaviour, analysed their habitats and took notes on their specialisations and feeding habits. 
The composition and nutritional profile of Naturekind was really important to me, I wanted to create something that was closer than ever before to the natural diet of most fish and without all the added chemicals, binders or destructive cooking processes, but also without the risk of disease pathogens“. In lab trials with Discus fish (Symphysodon) we achieved some really great results, By 28 days old, 63% of fry achieved over 3.2cm (1.25 inches) and 100% achieved over 2.5cm (1 inch) SL with zero fatalities; we also had similar positive results with many other species.Chris Englezou (C.E. Fish Essentials)

Review: Read our product review in the March 2017 edition of Practical Fishkeeping Magazine 

Chris is an aquatic researcher and naturalist primarily interested in freshwater teleosts, crustacea and macrophytes. A specialist in fish nutrition, his background includes being the founder of the fish feed development company C.E. Fish Essentials, where he formulates specially prepared feeds for ornamental & farmed fish and other aquatic species closely based on their natural diets. His personal research includes the freshwater and coastal habitats on the island of Cyprus and the ecological impacts of unsustainable practices occurring in the Amazon and Orinoco basins; he is also an avid collector and cultivator of rare and endangered rainforest plants.