Pennington Natural Springs Hummingbird Nectar Red Powder Boxed 8 oz.

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Pennington Natural Springs Hummingbird Nectar Red Powder Boxed 8 oz.

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Product Overview

The Pennington Natural Springs Hummingbird Nectar Red Powder Boxed 8 oz. is an all natural nectar that is enriched with essential vitamins and minerals to make Hummingbirds stay healthy. This special hummingbird food contains no artificial sweeteners compared to other products at the market. This can be mixed easily with water and does not require boiling. The powdered hummingbird food makes forty eight ounce of nectar. This will surely attract a lot of your feathered friends to dine at your place.

Features and Specs

For use in Hummingbird feeders
Application Just add water.
Dimensions 3.00 x 1.50 x 6.00
Color Red
Special Features No artificial sweeteners
Shipping Weight 0.61 lbs
Manufacturer Pennington (Mfg. Number: 508)
UPC 021496265353
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  • 5 of 5 Stars

    Birds seemed to like it much.

    By Bm on 08/09/2015

    They keep coming back. Down to the last ounces of it. Recommended.

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Is the red dye of Pennington Natural Springs Hummingbird Nectar Red Powder safe?

I've been told by numerous sources that the red dye is harmful to hummingbirds, and yet I keep seeing it for sale. Is there any truth to this rumor or is it truly safe to use?

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We have not been notified or made aware of any scientific research that shows red coloring of the Pennington Natural Springs Hummingbird Nectar Red Powder or any other red dyed product we carry is harmful to hummingbirds.  It is safe when mixed and used as directed.

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