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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-03-2012, 01:05 PM Thread Starter
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Has anyone used Azoo Betta Cuisine?

Is it worth the price? and what about Azoo betta products I never tried them so before wasting money for them I just want to if they are worth it.

Cons and pros if possible please for each Azoo Betta products. Thank you!

And can I freeze my Baby brine Shrimps for Sera Mix for future use?

I have the ones that are premade( with salt higher chances of hatching too but must consume in one day as they say. ).

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Remember Meat needs to be the first ingredant in Betta food Personally the hassle of preserving them instead of feeding live.
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I don;t know anything about Azoo products.
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I have 2 Azoo Mignon filters. One broke recently but so did another brand of filters so maybe it's my fault somehow. They are filters meant for small tanks. The outflow is adjustable.

I have bought Azoo Betta Guard. I like it but the containers are too small for people who don't keep bettas in small bowls, I think. I squirt the stuff in my 6 tanks and it's all gone already.

that's all I got!

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Remember Meat needs to be the first ingredant in Betta food Personally the hassle of preserving them instead of feeding live.

Punctuation would help us understand what you are trying to say.

current pets: Alejandro Marmalade

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The Azoo stuff is well packaged and marketed. If I was to start my own fish food company I would probably run it like them as well, but I would try to use better ingredients if it didn't run up the cost too much. I know all the tricks the companies use to make their products appear better to the consumer.

You should just post a list of the brands of betta foods you can buy.

Actually after looking over Azoo's full line of fishie food & they certainly use a lot of interesting ingredients. I would choose these....

  • 9 in 1 ornamental fish pellet (s)
  • 9 in 1 enhance color pellet (s)
Their betta pellets have corn in them, probably to help them float, but I would buy the other 2 products instead. I'm not sure why they add peanut cakes in their food. I'm assuming it's made from the shells of peanuts.
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The Azoo stuff is well packaged and marketed. If I was to start my own fish food company I would probably run it like them as well, but I would try to use better ingredients if it didn't run up the cost too much. I know all the tricks the companies use to make their products appear better to the consumer.

You should just post a list of the brands of betta foods you can buy.

Actually after looking over Azoo's full line of fishie food & they certainly use a lot of interesting ingredients. I would choose these....

  • 9 in 1 ornamental fish pellet (s)
  • 9 in 1 enhance color pellet (s)
Their betta pellets have corn in them, probably to help them float, but I would buy the other 2 products instead. I'm not sure why they add peanut cakes in their food. I'm assuming it's made from the shells of peanuts.

Thank you everyone!

I'll take note of this.

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