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Acacia Yogurt Yummies

These delicious treats, handmade by Suz, are sure to please your gliders. Made with human-grade ingredients, these treats are 100% safe for your gliders. They have acacia in them which is a natural food for gliders in the wilds of the South Pacific. Each package contains 12 delicious flavors for your gliders to choose from:

Apple

Blueberry

Cherry

Coconut

Lemon

Mango

Orange

Peach

Pomegranate

Raspberry

Strawberry

Watermelon


The flavors are color coded for easy identification and a color key comes with them.

Acacia Yogurt Yummies - Leaves     @ $8.95 + S&H

There are four different shaped leaves, which are about 4mm thick - so your glider can easily handle an entire leaf or just a part of one. Each package contains approximately 60 grams of leaves - 4 each of the dozen flavors listed above. 

For a limited time, the leaf-shaped Yummies come with special containers that are flower or butterfly shaped, available in your choice of 3 colors - peach, green or hot pink. These are only available while supplies last! 
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Acacia Yogurt Yummies - Flowers     @ $14.95 + S&H

In this assortment, there are several different flowers in a variety of sizes and thicknesses. Each box contains 2 dozen flowers - 2 of each flavor, and weighs approximately 150 grams. These Yummies are so delicious, you may want to order a box for yourself! 

Acacia Yogurt Yummies Ingredients:

Sugar, partially hydrogenated palm kernel oil, nonfat yogurt, whey, acacia gum, gum arabic, titanium dioxide, soy lecithin, salt, propylene glycol, natural and artificial flavors. Some flavors may also include FD&C artificial colors. 

Acacia Gum Powder

In the wild, Sugar Gliders feed on the sap from Acacia trees. This Pure Acacia Gum is harvested from these trees, then processed into an easy-to-use powder form. Simply sprinkle the powder on your glider's fresh fruits, or mix with water to form a gum that your glider will thoroughly enjoy. 
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