A lot more Japanese milk will soon be making its way to America thanks to a lawsuit filed by the dairy industry.
The dairy industry and its attorney have filed a lawsuit against a California dairy that is seeking to make an unfair trade practice claim against an American company that makes Japanese milk.
The dairy is asking the court to order the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to approve the sale of Japanese soy milk.
That milk is produced in Japan, and the FDA approves its import.
It’s the first case the dairy has filed against a U.U.S.-based milk producer since it was launched in 2003.
The milk is made by a private company in Oregon, and its production is legal.
But it has been sold by the company, Kashiwagi Milk Co., to a U,S.
company called J-Lite LLC, based in New York.
That company has agreed to buy a third of the company.
The lawsuit says that Kashibagi Milk will sell its milk in Japan under the label J-lite Milk.
But if the FDA does approve the import, the lawsuit says, it will be sold as Japanese milk under the Kashi-Lites brand name, which is not registered in the U,A Japanese company called Kirin is the name of a company that owns the right to market the milk.
Kirin says it will make its own soy milk, and that it has a “strong interest” in preserving its brand in the United States.
But that interest does not extend to the U., said Lisa Cramer, a professor of food science and public policy at the University of California, Davis, who specializes in dairy trade issues.
Cramer said that even though Kirin is selling soy milk in the country, that does not mean that Kirin has to buy the soy milk from Kashi.
The Japanese government has already approved imports of milk from other countries, and Kirin is one of the countries that sells milk from Japan.
Kashibrew has said that it will not buy Japanese soy from Kirin, and will instead be sold in the K-Lit brand.
But the lawsuit by the Japanese dairy and Kashi Brewing Co. alleges that the American company is misleading consumers about what it’s selling in the Japanese market.
It says that while Kirin will not sell the soy from its facilities, it can sell the products from the company’s headquarters in New Jersey, which would include milk produced there.