Vegan pet food model V-planet not too long ago launched its kibble and snacks in Japan. The plant-based kibble is offered in two sizes—mini bites for small canine and bigger bites for medium and huge canine. Each the kibble and snacks are bought via Japanese distributor WHOLEFOODS, Inc., created by Dr. Harue Suzuki, a vegan, plastic surgeon, and canine mother; and Akiko Fukuyama, a celebrated raw-food chef.
“With virtually 9 million pet canine in Japan, it’s clear Japanese pet dad and mom are devoted to their pups,” Lindsay Rubin, vice chairman of V-planet, mentioned. “At present, the plant-based pet meals choices in Japan are restricted, so we’re very excited to deliver a very balanced vegan and pet-approved different for pet dad and mom who’re more and more involved about animals and the planet.”
Along with Japan, V-planet is offered in Korea, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, New Zealand, Panama, Singapore, and Thailand. The model’s father or mother firm, v-dog, is a family-owned worldwide enterprise primarily based in San Francisco that has been creating plant-based pet food for 15 years. V-planet merchandise are made in Canada utilizing vegan protein and nutritious non-GMO elements, with out corn, soy or wheat.