A starbucks restaurant in Tokyo is selling its “diamond” dog food for $1,000 a bottle.
The “Diamond” dog-food has become the best selling dog food in Japan, according to the Dog Food Forum, an industry trade association.
The company says it sells more than 10 million bottles a year.
“It’s one of the top dogs,” said Kazuyuki Fukasawa, the chief executive of the Dog Foods Forum.
In China, which also sells the food, the dog food is called “dog” food.
Fukasawa said the Japanese food has been sold in Japan since the 1980s.
Diamond Dog Food has been a popular seller in the United States since its introduction in the 1980ing.
It is sold by Nestlé, KFC and Burger King in Japan.
Last month, the United Kingdom’s food regulator banned the sale of dog food made with cow or pig protein, citing safety concerns.
On its website, Diamond Dog Food says it uses 100% natural ingredients.
Nestlé said it had stopped selling the product after a consumer complained in 2010.
China is one of only a few countries that allow the sale and distribution of cow or pigs’ milk in China, but it has long outlawed cow or sheep’s milk as a supplement for dog food.