Aqua One Bulk Vege Spirulina Tropical Flake 100g (Repack)

What you feed your fish is an essential part of having healthy and colourful fish.  If your fish have a good healthy diet they will handle other kinds of stress much better. They will be less prone to diseases and stress caused by poor water conditions etc, and they will grow faster, look better, and breed more prolifically too.

Aqua One Spirulina Flakes provide a powerful nutrient combination high in quality protein derived from fish meal and crustacean, designed to enhance the natural colour, improve the fin development and boost the immune system of most species of Tropical fish.

The Soybean Meal used is packed with nutrients including Calcium, Magnesium, and many B-complex vitamins and minerals as well as a group of chemicals called phytochemicals, which help prevent and heal common conditions and diseases. Lecithin helps the fish to absorb nutrients and utilize specific vitamin

A further ingredient, Astaxanthin, a red pigment that naturally occurs in fish and a natural antioxidant, provides the colouration in fish and makes up for the lack of natural pigment. It is also essential for fishes proper growth.


  Ingredients: Fish Meal, Krill, Soybean Meal, Krill Meal, Yeast Powder, Fish Oil, Spirulina, Colorants, Vitamins and Minerals.



  • 100g Aqua One Spirulina Flakes
  • (Repack)
  • Packed in a resealable foil bag for freshness
  • Manufactured according to Australian Quarinetine regulations
  • This means there is no need for irradiation or any further processing
  • Highly absorption rate results in less waste and better water quality


  • Aqua One Spirulina Flakes 100g
  • Guaranteed Analysis
  • Protein: min 34%
  • Fat: min 5%Fibre max 5%
  • Moisture: max 8%
  • Ash: max 10%
SKU 11579_100g
Barcode # 880178593227
Brand Aqua One
Shipping Weight 0.1200kg
Shipping Width 0.100m
Shipping Height 0.080m
Shipping Length 0.120m
Shipping Cubic 0.000960000m3
Unit Of Measure ea
Assembled Length 0.320m
Assembled Height 0.160m
Assembled Width 0.240m


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