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Higgins Inca Bean Salad 2oz

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Higgins Worldly Cuisines Inca Bean Salad Bird Food

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Worldly Cuisines® are available in six flavors inspired by different regions of the world. Inca Bean Salad captures the essence of Mexican cuisine with black beans, garbanzo beans, pinto beans, lentils, sweet peppers and more in a bed of quinoa flakes. Quinoa is the seed with the highest source of complete protein in the plant kingdom.

Ingredients:

Quinoa Flakes, Pearled Barley, Carrots, Dehydrated Black Beans, Dehydrated Sweet Corn, Dehydrated Lentils, Celery, Dehydrated Garbanzo Beans, Dehydrated Navy Beans, Parsley, Dehydrated Pinto Beans, Potatoes, Dehydrated Red Kidney Beans, Sweet Peppers, Rosemary, Tomatoes, Kelp, Dehydrated Vegetable Broth.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein – Min. 11.0%
Crude Fat – Min. 4.0%
Crude Fiber – Max. 6.0%
Moisture – Max. 9.0%

Feeding Guidelines:

2 OZ INSTRUCTIONS: Add 3 oz of water to pouch. Squeeze bag to mix contents. Seal top closure up to the “Leave Open” mark (about 1 inch). Cook on HIGH for 1 minute in a 1100 W microwave oven (75 seconds in a 900 W). WARNING: BAG WILL BE VERY HOT AFTER MICROWAVING. Let sit for 2 minutes before removing from microwave oven. Completely seal the top closure and let sit for 2 minutes to steam. Once the package is warm to the touch, blend again by squeezing pouch. Measure out 2 – 3 tbsp per bird of cooked Worldly Cuisines® and place a layer over daily food or in a separate feeding bowl. Reseal pouch and store unused portion in refrigerator for up to 5 days. Any uneaten portion should be removed from your bird’s feed bowl after 5 hours in an indoor environment and less if outdoors.

Available Sizes: 2 oz

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