This Unusual Dog Food is Designed to Be Heated in the Microwave

By: Katherine Pendrill - Jun 24, 2015
References: unicharm.co.jp & blogs.wsj
Japan’s Unicharm Corp. has developed an unusual dog food that is designed to be heated in the microwave before it is severed to your pooch. The product is part of the company's 'Attaka Kitchen' series, which loosely translates into "warm kitchen."

The unusual dog food is the world's first semi-baked pet food that is designed to be served only after it is heated in the microwave. According to the company, the product is made up of a unique combination of ingredients that are beast eaten warm. In fact, the company claims that when heated, the Attaka Kitchen food tastes better than regular dog food. Unicharm Corp. suggests that heating the food not only improves the mouth-feel of the food, but also its scent.

Currently the Attaka Kitchen series is only available for dogs, but the company does plan on developing a similar product for cats in the near future.