Bug & Berry Cakes - Limited Edition


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Bring in the garden birds with Topflite Bug & Berry Energy Cakes. New recipe is super-charged with dried insects for extra protein. Birds love it!

Let’s not beat around the bush – because the birds certainly won’t after they get a beakful of Bug & Berry Cakes. We’ve supercharged our energy recipe with real, locally grown berries and a crunchy mix of dried critters, and it’s a hit!

Made from the highest quality vegetable fat, Topflite Energy Cakes offer wild birds an immediate source of energy when natural food is scarce during the cooler months. As plants go dormant and insects head for hidey holes, putting out energy food can help garden birds take the next flight.

The added protein of dried mealworms, grasshoppers and crickets in Bug & Berry Cakes helps birds grow strong feathers and provides long-term sustenance when fat reserves are exhausted.

  • Made in Oamaru, New Zealand
  • Likely to attract tauhou (waxeyes), sparrows, thrushes, blackbirds and yellowhammers
  • The perfect fit for a hanging Wild Bird Cake Feeder, or a wide-based bird feeder
  • Wrapped in plant-based, home compostable film

Ingredients: Vegetable fat, Wheat flour, Peanut flour, Berry Flavouring, Mealworms, Grasshoppers, Crickets - Allergen Information: contains peanuts.

Always place bird feeders out of predators’ reach and clean regularly.


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