JBL GoldPearls CLICK JBL GoldPearls CLICK – Premium main food granulate for veiltails, with Click doser. No processing of cheap fish meal, uses fish meat from fish fillet production with the motto: The large fillet for humans and the small fillet for our aquarium fish. For years JBL has supported the largest international organisation for the protection of sharks “Shark Project”. Animal welfare is important to us! Complete nutrition, ideal growth of goldfish and veiltails: selected raw ingredients to also meet all goldfish demands Nutritious and easy to digest: ideal feeding conditions through sinking food pellets for fish species min. 8 cm in all water layers. No air swallowing thanks to sinking food pellets. No water cloudin reduced algae growth thanks to balanced phosphate content, better water quality due to better digestibility of the food, which reduces fish excrement Fish surely choose JBL food: 98.5% of all fish species ate the JBL food immediately during research expeditions in freshwater. Contents: premium main food, with the Click doser for aquarium fish. After opening to be used up within 4 months = 1 click feeds 5 fish. In high-quality packaging with foil seal, unopened can be stored for 3 years Other good reasons to use JBL fish food: The use of pure fish protein without cheap fish meal Optimal protein/fat ratio Mainly proteins from water animals Reduction of algae growth and also optimum fish growth. This thanks to adapted phosphate content Impressive acceptance on the part of fish. Research expeditions with fish feeding trials in the wild Very slight vitamin loss due to airtight sealed packaging Feeding recommendation: Feed 1 – 2 times a day, as much as they can eat within a few minutes. Young, growing fish 3 – 4 times a day in the same way. Unopened the food tins can also be kept for 3 years, after opening use up within 4 months, since valuable vitamins will deteriorate. Choose the size of the tin (100 ml, 250 ml, 1 l, 5.5 l, 10.5 l) in accordance with the monthly consumption stated above and also the number of the fish in the aquarium.