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Golden Gourmet Costa Rica Blend Per Pound

SKU: D-GGCR

Enriched with bee pollen, nature's super food! Recommended for Conures, Pionus, Greys, Goffins, Eclectus, Macaws, and others. Nuts, fruits, herbs and pasta are only a few of the plethora of ingredients which include cashews, soy, almonds, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, safflower, cranberry, carrots, oat groats, pumpkin, apple, shredded coconut, pineapple, chic pea, wheat, pine nut, pepita, whole star anise, beet, cucumber seed, cherry, green pepper, sweet potatoes, canary grass, peas and papaya. Can be fed dry or cooked. No artificial colors or flavors and no synthetic vitamins. No peanut blend. GMO free.  

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Rating: 3 star(s)
$6.23 / per lb.
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INSTRUCTIONS: Serve Dry (or) "Instant Cooked" following our easy preparation recipe: Simply boil 1¾c of water and add to 2c of food. Stir and let sit until food is moist and cool, approximately 45 minutes. Stir again and serve. Remainder can be refrigerated for up to 4 days (or) freeze remainder in ready-to-serve containers. Remember to remove all cookable foods after 2 hours to avoid the growth of bacteria.

Ingredients: All natural organic bee pollen, roasted cashews, soy, almonds, pecans, pistachios, walnuts, safflower, cranberry, papaya, apple, shredded coconut, pineapple, carrots, oat groats, pumpkin,  chic pea, wheat, pine nut, pepita, whole star anise, beet, cucumber seed, cherry, green pepper, sweet potatoes, canary grass, peas and herbs.

Rating:5 of 5 - Excellent
Pros:My birds used to eat a different companyís version of cooked food That is similar to this. They stopped eating it and I recognize the ingredients were changing. So I tried this and they canít get enough of it! The ingredients are fresh and it smells so good! I highly recommend it
Cons:None
Comments:

Rating:1 of 5 - Very Poor
Pros:Sadly, I don't have any "pros" for this. Not a single one of my birds would eat it.
Cons:Literally none of my birds would touch this, "cooked" or dry. The cooking process is questionable. My guys are not normally picky eaters.
Comments:I have seven birds; four different species. None of them would touch this food, cooked or dry. It honestly looked and smelled... unappetizing when I "cooked" it. I even tried mixing it in with their other foods. I think they disliked the combination of herbs and spices, because they have eaten these other ingredients before in other things and love most of them. I really expected them to love this based on the ingredients listed! I recommend getting the smallest size and seeing if your birds will eat this before buying in bulk. Really disappointed ):

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