Wisbroek Sesame Sticks

Wisbroek Sesame Sticks are specially designed for your parrot. The sticks are extruded, so extra crispy. No artificial colours or flavours have been added. They make a tasty snack or reward, but are also great for hiding in foraging toys. And they fit perfectly into a balanced diet for your bird.


All the ingredients for the best recipe!

Most parrots love snacks. A good change from their daily diet. Wisbroek Sesame Sticks fit well with a healthy diet. They contain no artificial colours or flavours. You can give this snack to your bird in various ways. Below we give you some ideas.

Wisbroek Sesame Sticks as a snack

Most parrots find it interesting if they get something from their caretaker that does not resemble their daily diet. To get your bird used to this, you can give the snack in small portions.

Wisbroek Sesame Sticks as a reward

If you are going to train your bird, for example to make it tame or to teach it something, you can use Wisbroek Sesame Sticks as a tasty reward. Once your bird friend has noticed, he will do anything to get this snack.

Wisbroek Sesame Sticks as a game

You can hide the Wisbroek Sesame Sticks for your bird in, for example, a foraging toy. Your parrot will then have to search to find its tasty snack. This will keep him busy for a while and is good brain gymnastics for birds.


Maize flour, maize germs, linseed oil, linseed, sesame seed, sodium chloride

Analytical constituents

Crude Protein8,17%
Crude Fat7,8%
Crude Fibre1,7%
Crude Ash1,5%

Disclaimer: Wisbroek continuously strives for optimal composition of the various types of feed. Shown values may therefore differ from the actual product. See the label on the package for the exact composition.

High diversity

The high diversity in raw materials makes our Wisbroek food a perfect balanced recipe for birds. 

Natural ingredients

In our Wisbroek food we include natural ingredients that birds eat in the wild.  

Worldwide fed by zoos 

Zoos around the world have been recommending our food and feeding it to their birds for years.

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