Other favourites are Rock Melon (Cantaloupe), Honey Dew Melon, Corn on the cob, Celery Tops, Kiwi Fruit. Some like pears but others don't (individual thing). Banana's are really good for them but they don't often eat them as when they lick them they don't get much of a taste and they are not that sweet so often won't eat them. They usually don't go much for the stone fruit (peaches, plums etc.) But Mango is a favourite with mine. Also silver beet and spinach.
Go to the sticky called "Lists" I believe it is called. I made it a while back using some information from a book, and there are lists of plenty of different types of food birds can eat. Check it out! Good luck.
Abby Lorikeets should not be fed seed at all. Their digestive systems cannot digest seed as they don't have the acid in their systems like seed eating parrots. They are strictly pollen and nectar feeders. I don't even agree with giving them pellets. Both seed and pellets can damage the little hairs on the tongue that they use for eating the pollen and nectar. They even drink differently to other parrots in that they sort of suck up the water like through a straw.
Yes Daisy. I make my own Lorikeet food which I also sell. It is a dry powder and can be given dry or mixed with water and fed wet. When fed wet you should only give enough for a couple of hours especially in the hot weather. I usually feed dry. Plus they get seasonal fruit and vegetables.
I have been making my mix for 12 years now. It has nearly 20 ingredients. It is a secret formulation. I have already had a few people try to obtain the formula. I list the ingredients on the label but it is the quantities that are important. So far the only complaints I have had is "My bird won't eat anything else, I ran out and bought such and such and they won't touch it".