Hikari Introduces New Food Products for Fish



Hikari expanded its line of diets for tropical and marine fish with the additions of Vibra-Bites, Reef Riot and Mysis Shrimp.


Vibra-Bites is formulated to maximize health and wellness for tropical fish, resembling blood worms in the water. Vibra-Bites offers an array of nutrients and carries no risks of the parasites or bacteria that come along with live worms. Vibra-Bites provides supports growth and the immune system, and is packed with color-enhancing ingredients that will help fish glow.


Freshwater Canadian Mysis Shrimp cubes, harvested from the glacier-fed waters of Lake Okanagan, are geared toward most larger marine fish. The shrimp are gut-loaded with natural algae and high in phospholipids, which help unlock the amino acids for use by fish. With the company’s 3-Step Sterilization process, Bio-Encapsulated multi-vitamin enriching, pure water packing and proprietary freezing process, this freshwater species helps marine fish complete the osmotic process using less energy. 


Reef Riot is Hikari‘s first food-blizzard type of food. These reef specific blends offer a wide variety of 3-Step Sterilized, gut-loaded with Bio-Encapsulated multi-vitamin and varying sized ingredients. Available in a 8 oz. carnivore or herbivore flat-pack package, Lake Okanagan Mysis Shrimp offer smaller fish the nutrient sources they need.


Hikari invests time in exploring the natural habitats of various species of fish, breeding fish in the company’s state-of-the-art facilities, producing diets and carefully researching the impact of those diets on fish over time. Using the Species Specific process, Hikari tailors its products to the unique needs of various types of aquatic pets.


The company will be showcasing these new foods and its other products at booth 1735 at the Global Pet Expo, held from March 20-22, 2019, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.


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