New Koi, holiday and invertebrate diets from World Feeds


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The new Vitalis Holiday Feeder uses a soft gel formulation to keep your freshwater fish fed for up to a week while you are away.

World Feeds has ventured into three new areas of aquarium and pond nutrition with its recent product range launches. 

The Yorkshire-based fish nutrition innovator has launched its first range of invertebrate diets to satisfy the dietary needs of corals and anemones which are not met through photosynthesis.
The invertebrate diets include a unique soft LPS Coral Pellet and two micronised flake products for SPS and soft corals, all of which contain an advanced blend of amino acids to facilitate polyp extension to feed corals as they would in the wild by trapping suspended matter. Also in the invertebrate range is the Anemone Pellet, developed to suit the passive feeding mechanisms of carnivorous anemones by mimicking larger particles of food or fish.
With holidaymakers in mind, World Feeds has also launched the Vitalis Holiday Feeder which is formulated to sustain freshwater fish while owners are away for up to seven days. Using gel technology to lock in the ingredients, the Holiday Feeder remains stable in an aquarium as tailor-made nutrition is delivered to the fish.
Making up the trio of new World Feeds products is the Koi Pellet which arises after extensive testing. The soft sinking, highly digestive pellet can be used throughout the year due to the high quality materials used in its formulation. This ensures enhanced growth and colour in your Koi, in addition to improved pond water quality.