TetraPro Algae Crisps
TetraPro Algae Crisps is a vegetable premium feed in crisp form for all ornamental fish in the freshwater aquarium and in various containers.
Tetra currently offers five different feeds in crisp form, on the one hand, TetraMin Pro, as well as premium feeds TetraPro Energy, TetraPro Color, TetraProAlgae, and the TetraPro menu. The multi-crisps of the premium range, manufactured using the low-temperature gentle process, are a staple food for all ornamental fish. The optimal protein-fat ratio for the fish enables a targeted supply of all essential nutrients with an increase in high-quality fats, special carotenoids, or concentrated spirulina algae.
Thanks to the inner concentrate core, the fish get a nutrient-rich staple food and an important bonus with every bite! Four arguments convince every aquarist to feed ornamental fish with ProCrisps: Since the feed is very tasty, it has a very high feed acceptance. The optimized protein-fat ratio ensures better nutrient use, which means that the fish grow better, are more active, and are more resistant. Thanks to the low-temperature gentle process, the crisps contain a particularly high nutritional value.
The ingredients for the TetraPro Algae Crisps are heated at approx. 75 ° C, whereas the ingredients in the flake feed are processed at temperatures around approx. 130 ° C. This means that essential fatty acids and temperature-sensitive vitamins are better preserved, which contributes significantly to the growth and health of fish. The patented TetraPro Algae Crisps manufacturing process enables targeted feeding with the best premium food to support the rich colors and herbivorous fish. The food can occasionally be treated with treats such as the Tetra FreshDelica varieties.
Features & Advantages
- Very high feed acceptance in all tropical ornamental fish in the freshwater aquarium
- With algae concentrate to improve resistance
- High nutrient content thanks to the low-temperature process
- Patented multi-crisp manufacturing process
- Ideal for herbivorous fish