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Aquarium Food, Tropical Fish Food, Goldfish Flake Food, and Cichlid Pellet Food at AquariumFish.net
       

There are just a few brands of premium food for pet fish. Hikari and Omega both make outstanding premium foods that are conveniently available at most places that sell pet fish.
 
Xtreme is also a premium fish food, but currently it's not widely available. As a service to our customers, we sell it here on this page.
 
Premium fish foods, such as Hikari, Omega, and Xtreme are good for feeding fish in freshwater and saltwater aquariums, fish bowls, and ponds. Click here for more information about how to order from us.

 
         

Flake Fish Food
The flake food
listed below for sale contains many premium ingredients including Spirulina algae. Premium fish foods are highly recommended.
Click here for more about Feeding Fish.

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8701 Xtreme Flake Food  
Xtreme
Flake Food

with Spirulina Algae and Krill.
Good for almost all Freshwater Fish.
Size: 1-oz. container.
 
Shipping Charges: Use this code to order this item with a fish order and pay no additional shipping charges. Order this item if you are buying live fish at the same time.
 

$6.00

       
8702 Xtreme Flake Food  
Xtreme
Flake Food

with Spirulina Algae and Krill
Good for almost all Freshwater Fish.
Size: 1-oz.
container.
 
Shipping Charges: Use this code to order this item separately and pay only $3.99 for shipping and handling. Order this item if you are not buying fish at the same time.
 

$6.00

       
8709 Xtreme Flake Food Xtreme Flake Food
with Spirulina Algae and Krill.
Good for almost all Freshwater Fish.
Size: 1-lb. clear jar with black screw lid.

 
Shipping Charges: $3.99 for shipping and handling. Cannot be shipped with fish.

$36.80  
       

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Silver Molly Male eating Xtreme Fish Food pellet.
     
This Male Silver Lyretail Molly is swimming as fast as he can to eat as many pellets of premium food as he can, before they have all been eaten by other fish.
     
Flakes or Pellets, which is Better?
If your fish will eat pellets, they will be better, because pellets have less surface area and so slightly less of the nutrients will dissolve into the water. Also if fed properly, more of the pellets are eaten and won't end up in the filter. Pellets are less expensive per oz. But many fish like the flakes better. You can make baby food from the flakes ... click here for more about that. Maybe try both pellets and flakes. ;^ }
     
Xtreme Cichlid Diet - aquarium fish food. Shop online to buy Aquarium Food, Tropical Fish Food, Goldfish Flake Food, and Cichlid Pellet Food at AquariumFish.net
     
The picture, just above, shows Julius, whose ancestors lived in Lake Victoria in East Africa. Julius was born on a famous fish farm and has eaten only premium fish foods for his entire life. He is very colorful, healthy, energetic, and a living testimonial to premium fish foods.
     
Fish Food Pellets
The pellet food listed below for sale contains many premium ingredients. On the container you can see "Cichlid Diet", but this food is good for almost all pet fish.

Item

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Name, Size, and Comments

Price  

       
8703 Xtreme Pellet Food Xtreme Pellet Food
Good for almost all Freshwater Fish
Size: 5.6-oz.
container.
 
Shipping Charges: Use this code to order this item with a fish order and pay no additional shipping charges. Order this item if you are buying live fish at the same time.
 

$7.60  
       
8704 Xtreme Pellet Food Xtreme Pellet Food
Good for almost all Freshwater Fish
Size: 5.6-oz.
container.
 
Shipping Charges: Use this code to order this item separately and pay only $3.99 for shipping and handling. Order this item if you are not buying fish at the same time.
 

$7.60  
       
8710 Xtreme Pellet Food Xtreme Pellet Food
Good for almost all Freshwater Fish
Size: Plastic container with 5-lbs. of these pellets.
 
Shipping Charges: $3.99 for shipping and handling. Cannot be shipped with fish.
 

$56.00  
       

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What Size are these Pellets?
These pellets are just the right size for most fish!  ;^ }  Even when the fish cannot get these pellets into their mouths, the pellets soon soften in the water and the fish are able to bit off pieces from the pellets. Another solution is to put the pellets in a peppermill and grind them into smaller bits, but that is usually is not necessary. The pellets are round and about the diameter of a pencil lead, 1.5 mm., and even large fish can see these pellets and eat them.
     
What Size Container of Fish Food?
It's easy to make the mistake of buying a single large container of food that may go stale long before the fish finish eating all of it. It's better to buy a smaller container and to immediately put the lid back on tightly after each feeding. Fresh food is better than saving a few dollars and feeding stale food.
     
How to get a Free Sample.
Click here to see our street address, then mail us a self-addressed stamped envelope, and we will promptly mail that envelope back to yu  with a free sample to feed to your fish.
     
Xtreme Food for Betta Fish
     
Here is a young Male Cambodian Betta Fish that was raised here in one of our aquariums by DrTom, who fed it three or four premium food pellets several times a day, and in a few months this fish was at his best.
 
We strongly recommend feeding Betta Fish, both males and females, premium food pellets.
     
Congo Tetra eating Xtreme Fish Food
     
The picture, just above, shows a young female Congo Tetra swimming fast to sink her teeth into a pellet of Premium Food.
     
Angelfish raised on Xtreme Fish Food.
     
The picture, just above, shows a beautiful Gold Marble Angelfish, which has eaten only premium fish foods for its entire life. This Angel is very colorful, healthy, energetic, and a living testimonial to premium fish foods.
     
Is premium food good for all Fish?
Almost all !!  And that answer surprised us. For many years we'd been told and then repeated that different species of fish often required different foods. For example, that Goldfish need a more acidic food. That piscivors need more protein. That Mbuna Cichlids need more plant matter. So we are amazed that almost all fish do very well on this same premium food formula.
 
Exceptions? Eels will not eat it for us, so far. For a while we thought the Needlenose Gars wouldn't eat it, but now we've seen them eating the flakes!! We're surprised. Almost all of our fish eat it, and when they eat it, they get more colorful and more energetic, and they grow faster with less waste in the aquarium, so the water stays cleaner longer.
     

Customer Comment

 
Hi DrTom and Nevin,
 
Just wanted to let you know that I got some of the pelleted Xtreme cichlid food from aquariumfish.net back in April. I've been feeding it to my juvenile angelfish since then.
 
Along with very fast growth and enhancement of their colors, I have also noticed that they seem to be less aggressive with each other during feeding time. I'm
hypothesizing that they feel more sated more rapidly, though I can't prove it. Whatever the cause, the smaller angels (there are 12 total in my 90 gallon) are getting a chance to really chow down and grow.
 
Anyway, one more big 'thumbs up' for the Xtreme food.
 
Thanks,
Drew
 
     
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 About our Fish ...
Almost all the photographs and videos, shown on this web site, were taken by us of our fish in our aquariums.
 
Compare the healthy, beautiful, energetic fish in our beautiful aquariums to the fish in our competitors pictures. Their fish often look thin with clamped fins and poor color.
We buy the highest quality fish, produced by the best fish farms or caught by the best collectors of wild fish, then we take incredibly good care of our fish in our beautiful aquariums.
 
If you compare the pictures on this site to our competitors pictures, you can instantly see, our fish and aquariums are better!  ;^ }
Will the fish you get from us look like the fish in our pictures? No! This is similar to buying kittens and puppies that will change as they grow to become cats and dogs.
 
We stock and ship fish that are the ideal size to sell. Not so small that they will not do well when shipped. Yet not so big that they have become much more expensive.
 
The fish in almost all of our pictures were young fish like the ones we have for sale that we raised up, and you can too! 
 
 
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