Reef Nutrition Beta Brine and R.O.E. debuting at MACNA

By on Sep 18, 2012

Reef Nutrition is planning on releasing a pair of new products at MACNA next weekend — Reef Nutrition R.O.E. and Beta Brine. We’ve reported on the Reef Nutrition R.O.E or real oceanic eggs earlier and they are finally ready to hit the market. R.O.E. is exactly what they say they are — real fish eggs harvested from colder northern seas where there is a higher concentration of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fatty acids. These tasty bites are good for fish, LPS and NPS corals or other inverts that would appreciate the 0.7 to 1.5 mm size of the eggs including anemones, zoanthids, palythoas and more. 

The Reef Nutrition Beta Brine is Artemia salina enriched with beta-carotene. Seems the RN crew feeds the Artemia phytoplankton to increase the nutritional value. The super-concentrated solution ranges from 2-3 mm and is a good option for fish, LPS and NPS corals or other inverts. These are not wild caught and are cultured in salt ponds in Western Australia  to ensure the highest quality that are free from pollutants and contaminates.

As with the other Reef Nutrition products, both the Beta Brine and R.O.E. do not require thawing or rinsing and can easily be stored in your refrigerator. R.O.E. will begin shipping on October 1 and Beta Brine should be released later in October or early December.

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