11-26-2008, 02:39 AM
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I'm pretty sure Petsmart owns Top Fin.
I would say that Top Fin is definitely one of the lower quality fish foods on the market. For example compare the ingredients on Top Fin Betta Bits vs. Omega One Cichlid Pellets (both are designed for fish that are carnivores so sit seems a valid comparison):
Fish meal, wheat flour, soybean meal, krill meal, corn gluten meal, stabilized fish oil, squid meal, yeast, lecithin oil...
Omega One: Whole salmon, whole herring, whole shrimp, wheat flour, wheat gluten, fresh kelp, lecithin....