Energy Cakes BULK MIXED

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It’s a Royal Sampler of Wild Bird Energy Cakes – without the awkward leftovers at the end of the box. Here are all your garden birds’ favourite flavours together in one mixed pack of energy-boosting goodness.

Containing Berry, Blueberry and Peanut Energy Cakes, this 12 pack offers a cost effective way to keep your bird feeder stocked with tasty flavours. And with cardboard packaging, there’s less waste too.

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.

  • 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
  • Recyclable cardboard packaging

Ingredients:

Berry – Vegetable fat, wheat flour, peanut flour, natural berry colouring and flavouring - Allergen Information: contains peanuts.
Peanut – Vegetable fat, wheat flour, peanut flour
Blueberry - Vegetable fat, wheat flour, peanut flour, natural blueberry flavouring, blueberry colouring, NZ grown freeze-dried blueberry skins
Allergen Information – contains peanuts.

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