Mealworm Truffles


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Early birds will quite literally catch the worm with this irresistible take on our classic Energy Truffles. Dried mealworms add extra protein to our peanut energy recipe – a delight for foraging birds.

Attract and feed garden birds with Topflite Mealworm Energy Truffles. New recipe is super-charged with dried mealworms for extra protein. NZ made.

Made from the highest quality vegetable fat, Topflite Energy Truffles offer wild birds an immediate energy boost when natural food is scarce during the cooler months. As plants go dormant and insects head to hidey holes, a reliable source of energy food can help birds make the next flight.

The added protein in Mealworm Truffles helps birds grow strong feathers and provides long-term sustenance when fat reserves are exhausted.

But they’ll need to be early birds to snag their share!

  • Made in Oamaru, New Zealand
  • Likely to attract tauhou (waxeyes), sparrows, thrushes, blackbirds and yellowhammers
  • Serve up in a hanging Truffle Feeder or one of our stylish bird feeders
  • Plant-based compostable packaging

Ingredients: Vegetable fat, Wheat flour, Peanut flour, Mealworms - Allergen Information: contains peanuts.

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


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