For another source of information, check out www.guineapigcages.com All kinds of ideas for housing your pigs in appropriately sized and easy to maintain C&C cages.
Ingredients: Pine wood shaving, cassava starch, alfalfa straw liquid mix (water, sodium alginate, potassium sorbate, propionic acid, honey, glycerin, propylene glycol).
Considering that the first ingredient is pine wood shaving and that it also contains honey, I would say no. I would not want my guinea pigs eating something that is made mostly of wood. There is very little in the way of nutritious food in this item (alfalfa/straw liquid mix?). You will do best to stay away from the tootie fruitie treats, toys, and hideys that are sold in the pet store and just give bits of fresh fruit for treats. Also small plastic stools make the very best kind of hideys and they are washable in your dishwasher. You can find those at stores like Shopko or Target.
If you want to read more about propylene glycerol, you can go to this website:https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/red-flag-ingredients/propylen ... anti-freeze/
You can also take cardboard boxes and make them into hideys, just make sure there is no tape. You can do the same for a large oatmeal jar.
Please do your research before you get pigs so you know what to expect.