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Rating: 5

A Delectable Taste of the Islands!

posted 5 years ago

Beak Appetit Caribbean Crunch is a cooked avian diet, which includes carrots, raisins, dates, papaya, coconut, almonds, cashews, lentils, split peas, hulled millet, cracked wheat, basmati rice, and other all-natural ingredients. No additives or preservatives! Birds of any size will appreciate this tropical, all-natural recipe.

Cooking is a snap in the new re-usable and microwave-safe cook and store container. Simply add water, microwave and let cool before feeding. Store unused food right in the container in the refrigerator for up to a week. This new ValuPak contains 3 6oz bags. The three batches cook up to about 3 lbs of food total, enough to feed the average bird for a week or more.

Pros: Tropical Fruit and Grains; Delicious and Nutritious!

Cons: None

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