Hey all! I have two cockatiels who are on a pretty healthy diet - it's currently at about 50% chop mix/grain bake and 50% pellets (mostly Roudybush by this point, but also a tiny bit of the fruity Zupreem). They also get nuts as treats for foraging and training and such (cashews are their favorites, also they also like pine nuts and occasionally almonds). I was interested in possibly adding Lafeber's Sunny Orchard Pellet-Berries for two reasons: one, because it seems to be a decent source of omega fatty acids, vitamin B12 and vitamin D3. I have also seen lots of awesome ideas in which this type of treat can be used in foraging. At our last vet visit, he recommended Lafeber's Nutriberries, which seems to be pretty popular. However, I didn't buy them because of some of the ingredients (such as gelatin...) I was also worried about the amount of sweeteners used. I'm still concerned about the sweeteners content in the pellet-berries as well, but overall the ingredients seem better than the classic Nutriberries. I would still consider these a TREAT, but I would like to know if anyone else trusts feeding the pellet-berries to their birds. This is the product I'm looking at (just to make sure we are on the same page): Lafeber's Sunny Orchard Pellet-Berries Cockatiel Food Thoughts?