English gourmet pet food retailer Amazon has launched a new gourmet meal category that offers “a complete menu of food to satisfy your canine needs” and includes “foods from around the world” to make the food “gourmet.”
The company announced the new category on Tuesday, promising that it will be “all about quality, variety, and value” while also “creating a truly world-class food experience for dogs.”
According to Amazon, the new gander-worthy category will “provide the ultimate gourmet canine food experience.”
Amazon’s new ganja-based food will be available for purchase from its Amazon Gourmet Pantry and its online store, and the company says it will also offer online shopping and shipping services for customers.
The new gandarian food category was launched in August 2016, and Amazon also announced on Tuesday that it has launched “a new gankster-themed category for dogs” that “will provide a complete menu for your dog’s food needs.”
Amazon has previously partnered with the nonprofit Pet Food Legal Defense Fund (PFLDF) to offer online services for dogs.
PFLDF has provided legal assistance for hundreds of pet food companies that have sued over their ingredients, labeling, and labeling requirements.
Amazon has also partnered with animal welfare groups to help its customers avoid potentially damaging ganjas, according to a statement on the Pet Food Law Defense Fund website.