ELOS FRESCO Shrimps: An Old Stand-By Made Simple
Why does AlgaeBarn like ELOS FRESCO Shrimps?
The brine shrimp (Artemia salina) in FRESCO Shrimps are captive-bred in clean conditions and fed for ideal nutritional content. They are packaged just as they are most full of nutrients. Due to a special process that pasteurizes the food in the can, Elos Fresco Food is packaged without loss of nutritional value. Fresco Food products are a lot easier to use than frozen foods in that they do not require thawing or chopping. They also won’t leave that greasy surface film or cloudy fish food water residue. Left in their whole natural state, these brine shrimp are highly attractive to many different types of aquarium fishes. This food is especially useful for beefing up sick or newly imported specimens, but is also good generally for keeping weight on your most picky fishes.
ELOS FRESCO Shrimps Information:
Yes, these are whole, gut-loaded Artemia that have been canned moist! FRESCO Shrimps are readily consumed by a large variety of marine and freshwater fish, invertebrates and corals. It is a good staple item in the captive diet of zooplanktivores such as Anthias as well as an excellent supplementary “treat” item for green mandarins, seahorses and pipefish.
The proprietary pasteurization process used to make this product preserves vital nutrients and overall freshness. Completely free of preservatives, FRESCO Shrimps are a clean, palatable food that few fish can turn down. These brine shrimps are packaged in a highly palatable, pre-moistened form that will drive your fish mad.
Refrigerate after opening; use within 10-20 days or freeze.
ELOS FRESCO Shrimps Key Benefits:
- Its moist form is more convenient than frozen alternatives.
- Its unique pasteurization process leaves essential vitamins and nutrients intact.
- It is a whole animal food, enticing the natural feeding response of many aquarium species.
- It is preservative-free.
- It is highly palatable and readily accepted by numerous fish and invertebrate species.
- It helps to maintain bright coloration in fishes.