Nutriberries are seeds. Period. They do have dry veggies and fruits in them but I seriously doubt the birds eat them when they have the seeds right next to them. And, as Wolf said, these fruits and veggies are not organic, they are dry (not good for a parrot to eat dry stuff) and have preservatives to retain the color and texture (not good). I don't have a huge beef with man-made vitamins and minerals as long as they are used as a supplement to a good fresh food diet with plenty of naturally food-derived vitamins and minerals from their raw and frozen produce intake (my birds get some sprinkled on their gloop twice a week). But I would not recommend anybody relying on Nutriberries to provide these vits and mins, either. They are there but they are covering the seeds that make up the Nutriberries and parrots don't ever eat the hulls so even though they can eat the whole thing, I doubt enough if any of the supplements are getting into them as the enriched hulls will be discarded along with the hulls they peel off. I personally prefer to feed nuts to my large birds and a mixture of seeds and nuts to the medium-sized or just seeds to the small ones.