NEWS: TOP's Parrot Food Earns USDA Organic Certification
TOP's Parrot Food is now USDA Organic Certified. We are the only parrot food company that is organic certified and does not use any fillers, like corn, soy or peanuts, or contain artificial flavors or colors. Read more in our new blog.
TOP's Everything Bundle Box (includes shipping)
It's that time of year to start thinking about treating your parrots with fun gifts to unwrap. For the ultimate holiday surprise this season, the TOP's Everything Bundle Box comes with a small bag of pellets, a small bag of seed, a bag of birdie bread and a Tesoro Treat - everything that TOP's offers year-round in one bundle box. And shipping is included so you won't see any additional shipping expenses.
USDA Organic Certified.
Available for Large Birds (with large pellets and All in One Seed Mix) or Small Birds (small pellets and Napoleon's Seed Mix).
Plus, there's a surprise item in each bundle box that makes this present extra special!
Order yours today!
(Note: additional items ordered will be shipped in a separate box with separate shipping charges.)
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TOP's Parrot Food. Est. 2003.
TOP’s Parrot Food™ was established in 2003 and is USDA Organic certified. Our pellets were developed by top avian nutritionists to be the best offering for parrots on the market. Like you, we are passionate about parrots of all sizes and care deeply about their nutrition. Our mission is to provide you and your companion parrots with the highest quality food available, that's why we use only locally-sourced, all-natural, and GMO-free ingredients from carefully chosen suppliers for our specialized pellets and seed mixes. You'll never see any dyes, artificial ingredients or fillers, like corn or soy, in our products. Afterall, healthy food makes healthy birds and our wish is for you and your parrot to have a long, happy and fulfilling friendship together.
5-Star Reviews from Happy Customers
"It’s a miracle! A pelleted food that my cockatiel and budgies will eat! I have tried nearly every pellet on the market, or at least eight or nine so far. I’ve tried the gradual conversion trick, the mirror trick, sneaking pellets into their oatmeal, and creating Australian grassland habitats on the bottom of the cage, complete with sprouted wheatgrass. Nothing worked until I tried TOP's. I offered one to my cockatiel and he ate it, no tricks involved, and asked for more. It’s been several weeks, and he still loves them. The budgies like them too. I still give them fresh cooked food for dinner, but now have something that’s safe to leave in their cage all day without spoiling. It’s nice to finally have pellets that get eaten, not thrown away.
Thanks for saving my sanity!"