Dry insects & canned food for reptiles
Fresh feed insects are still considered the optimum diet for insectivorous reptiles, but there are no nutritional objections to feeding dried feed insects. Especially not if these feed animals are as rich in nutrients, vitamins and minerals as the feed insects we can offer you here. These feed insects are prepared very gently and vacuum packed crisply.
No additives or preservatives are used in these dry insects and many reptiles can digest dried grasshoppers and crickets even better than live feed animals. This is due to the fact that the hard chitin shell of the feed insects becomes much softer when heated and can therefore often be better digested. As far as the selection is concerned, our feed animals and feed insects can be seen in the can: Locusts, crickets, mealworms, silkworms or snails – there is something for all reptilian and amphibian mouths. Every owner of insectivorous reptiles should always have a can of dry insects on reserve anyway.
You see: Dried food insects are a healthy and complete alternative to live food animals and are even preferred by some terrarium animals. Just try and let your reptiles and amphibians decide.