Is this bee pollen granules from vitamin shoppe okay?

Have a possible picky eater that I am trying to encourage to eat, and heard bee pollen may help some. This is the only bee pollen I could find near me, says it is organic and no other ingredients. So just wanted to make sure before giving it to them.
 

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RangoRocky

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I personally buy the powder. I would say whatever you go with don’t switch brands. I did and my beardie doesn’t seem to be a fan of the new kind and he loves bee pollen. That was how I got mines to eat greens. I also spritzed them with apple juice and that worked as well. I can send you the Amazon link to one I had success with if you’d like.
 

Andi_Braun

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I personally buy the powder. I would say whatever you go with don’t switch brands. I did and my beardie doesn’t seem to be a fan of the new kind and he loves bee pollen. That was how I got mines to eat greens. I also spritzed them with apple juice and that worked as well. I can send you the Amazon link to one I had success with if you’d like.
Everything I found on Amazon seemed to have issues such as not organic. I figured I could crush this into a powder, I just don’t know if there is differences in bee pollen
 

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