Today we are reviewing Binky and Wheeks’ Fruit Salad.
What is it?
- Dehydrated fruit slices.
- Packaged in 45g resealable bags.
- (All in equal amounts).
What can I / my Guinea Pig do with it?:
- Eat it.
- Hide it in hay.
- Place in an activity toy or feeder .
- Create a fruit trail for piggies to follow.
Where can I buy it?
- £4.20 for 45g
- The fruit in the Fruit Cocktail mix are all reasonably high in vitamin C so this is good for Guinea Pigs as (like humans) they cannot make their own vitamin C.
- Like all fruit these slices are naturally high in sugar so should be kept as an occasional treat. I like the fact that this is mentioned on the Binky and Wheeks site:
“A good source of vitamins and fibre, this is great for an occasional treat, and the small pieces make it easy to feed only little amounts.”
–Binky and Wheeks
- Binky and Wheeks describe their Fruit Salad as:
“Apple, pear and kiwi fruit in equal measures combine to make this one of our sweetest treats! This mixture is unique to us and smells beautiful.”
-Binky and Wheeks
- …and they’re not exaggerating.
- A wonderful sweet aroma hits you when you open the bag.
- I really love that the Binky and Wheeks bags are resealable.
- The fruit pieces are well sized and brightly coloured.
- The fruit sourced by Binky and Wheeks is food grade and the end product certainly looks enough to eat (as a human).
- Slincypig immediately grabbed a slice of kiwi and it certainly didn’t last long before it was joined by a short lived slice of apple.
- The 12 members of the Girlyfluff Gang were equally impressed and thoroughly enjoyed their taster.
- 45g is a deceptively generous quantity and would last a good while with a pair or small group.
- There was even a fair bit left over after all of the Girlyfluffs had each taken their pick.
- A lovely occasional treat that is well packaged and well liked by the Squidgypigs.
Binky and Wheeks were kind enough to send the Squidgypigs these samples to review; to find out more about Binky and Wheeks check out our Binky and Wheeks intro page HERE or visit www.binkyandwheeks.com