Favourites suet cakes

R420128
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Box of 10 Favourites suet cakes in paper packaging

Favourites suet cakes are a combination of our three most popular ingredients: sunflower hearts, suet and dried mealworms. This plus black soldier fly and three types of oil-rich seed means our favourites cake contains even more protein and fat than our super suet.

  • All packaging can be recycled as paper or card
  • Pack of 10 cakes
  • High in fat
  • High in protein
  • Features garden birds' favourite foods (sunflower hearts, dried mealworms, and suet)
  • Versatile - use on a bird table, on the ground, or in an RSPB suet bird feeder - try our Ultimate suet feeder for squirrel resistant materials, or our dual suet bird feeder with roof.
  • Made in the UK.

Ingredients
Wheat flour, Beef fat (18%), Peanut flour, Sunflower Hearts, Seeds (Millet seed, Linseed, Rapeseed), Dried Insect, Dried Mealworm.
Allergens: Peanut.

Typical analysis: Fat 34.5%, protein 12.9%, fibre 2.9%, ash 1.5%

Packaging
Cakes are individually wrapped in greaseproof paper, then packed in a cardboard box. All packaging can be recycled as paper or cardboard.





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Age: 55 - 64

31/May/2022
Top marks from the birds
With my feeder set up, only blue and great tits can access the suet cakes. They devour them! Anything that falls to the ground gets eaten by all other birds. These suet cakes are a highly prized food source for birds.
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Age: 65+

12/Jun/2021
Birds love these
I seem to have a glut of sparrows and they devour these. I normally put one in a container so they last a bit longer! I crumble them as well and blackbirds come in and enjoy.
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