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Coral Food - 1.7 oz

Cobalt Aquatics Coral Food - 1.7 oz


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  • Coral Food - 1.7 oz Coral Food - 1.7 oz

Cobalt Aquatics Coral Food - 1.7 oz

Quick Overview

  • Balanced and nutritious diet for corals and other filter feeders
  • Formulated to promote exceptional growth and electrifying color
  • Loaded with brine shrimp, krill, plankton, oyster, salmon, and squid
  • Also contains fish oil and spirulina to support health and coloration
  • Fine powder is super easy to feed with included measuring scoop

Availability: In stock


Most living creatures require balanced nutrition to realize their full potential, and corals are no exception. With that principle in mind, Cobalt Aquatics has developed Coral Food. Offered in a fine powdered form that's easy to mix and feed, this wholesome diet is formulated to promote outstanding growth and electrifying color in corals and other filter feeders.

To encourage the growth and development of healthy new tissue, Coral Food offers your favorite inverts a buffet of high quality proteins including brine shrimp, krill, plankton, oyster, salmon, and squid. It also includes fish oil and spirulina to support optimal health and coloration, as well as appetite stimulants to trigger an immediate feeding response. For hassle-free feedings, Cobalt Aquatics Coral Food comes with a convenient measuring scoop.

Additional Information

SKU 34275
Manufacturer Cobalt International
Brand Cobalt Aquatics
UPC 847852004219
Web Status Flag U
MPN 23151
Size 1.7 oz
Directions For 20 gallons of tank volume, mix 1 included spoonful into a cup of tank water. Mix thoroughly and either pour into tank or target feed each coral. Start by feeding 3 times a week and adjust schedule as per the needs of your aquarium.
Crude Analysis Crude Protein (min)… 51.2%
Crude Fat (min)… 10.8%
Crude Fiber (max)… 0.5%
Phosphorus (min)… 1.3%
Moisture (max)… 3.3%
Total Microorganisms (min)… 1,000,000 CFU/g