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Alternative to Omega One Sinking large goldfish pellets in UK? #1
Hello,

I no longer appear to be able to buy Omega One large sinking goldfish pellets in the UK. Can anyone recommend an alternative or advise on any places that still stock it? All of the other foods I have found are either floating pellets or very small sinking pellets which are too small for my large goldfish.

Many thanks!
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Re: Alternative to Omega One Sinking large goldfish pellets in UK? #2
It looks, from https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/271706893464 and from https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/372650106835 that they sell a 1.25kg and 148g tub respectively of what you're looking for. If neither of these are what you're looking for, or in the size of tub that you're looking for, perhaps you could contact the respective sellers you might know more about whether what you specifically want is a temporary out-of-stock or a long-term one...

Additionally/alternatively, presumably you've checked out the range at the following?
https://www.completeaquatics.co.uk/ponds/pond-foods-and-feeders
https://www.pro-shrimp.co.uk/94-food-by-species
https://www.warehouse-aquatics.co.uk/a ... ood-feeding/goldfish.html
https://www.warehouse-aquatics.co.uk/p ... eders/pond-fish-food.html
https://www.swelluk.com/pond/pond-fish-food-52/
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Re: Alternative to Omega One Sinking large goldfish pellets in UK? #3
Hi,

Thank you for your reply. I'm ideally looking for a smaller tub. I can't really justify spending over £30, because I'm unlikely to be able to use all of it before it expires. I generally get through a 226g pot every 4-6 months. The other links unfortunately only list floating pellets, which tend to clog up my filters, or very small sinking pellets.