In California, the court re-imposed a ban on the sale of foie Gras
Animal advocates expressed satisfaction with the new regulation.
NEW YORK, September 16. /Offset. TASS Ivan sawyers/. The court of appeal in California on Friday reinstated a ban on the sale on the territory of this state’s famous delicacy foie Gras, which is prepared from the liver of a goose or duck. This was reported by AP.
Litigation concerning foie Gras continues in California for many years. So, in June 2012 the state government under pressure from environmental organizations adopted a law according to which force-feeding the birds through a tube, used for making delicacy, recognized as cruel and unacceptable. Challenge it tried some companies from USA and Canada, specializing in the production and sale of foie Gras.