Repashy Superfoods SPRING Cherry Bomb 170g - Creepy Critters

Repashy Superfoods SPRING Cherry Bomb 170g

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We are proud to introduce Cherry Bomb a complete gecko diet that builds on the success of our Pineapple Express seasonal blend. Pineapple was such a great appetite stimulant, that we decided to keep a healthy dose of pineapple in this new blend as part of the mix. The new main fruit ingredient is of course dried Cherry fruit. The cherries we are using are not the tart variety, but the sweet black (Bing) type. They have a great smell and sweetness that geckos cant resist.

Some might ask why we are using cherries as a Spring seasonal blend when they are typically a Summer crop. The answer revolves around the flowers. April is when cherry trees in North America typically are in full bloom. The third week of March is the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival where people gather to celebrate this beautiful phenomenon in Washington DC, and it is a sight to see.

Repashy Cherry Bomb is an incredibly tasty diet with a very strong sweet aroma that brings geckos out of their hides to feast. Cherries are packed full of antioxidants, and anti-inflammatories. It is sure to be a great compliment to our growing line of seasonal blends.

Repashy Cherry Bomb will be manufactured in a one-time limited production run (like all seasonal blends). If you enjoyed Pineapple Express, you will love Cherry Bomb

Cheers, Allen RepashyOur limited Edition, Seasonal Blend Gecko Diet for Fruit Eating Omnivorous Species. Featuring Dried Sweet Black Cherry Powder.DIRECTIONS: Mix one part MRP with two parts water by volume as a starting point. The mixture may appear watery at first, but will thicken after several minutes. If separation occurs over time, use less water. As fed, MRP should have the consistency of ketchup. Feed geckos in the evening and remove uneaten MRP within 24 hours.INGREDIENTS: Dried Banana, Dried Sweet Black Cherry Powder, Whey Protein Isolate, Pineapple Powder, Black Soldier Fly Larvae Meal, Who