Foie gras is now legal once again in California

In California, it’s now legal to serve foie gras, but it must come from out-of-state or be transported by a third party. For years, the fattened duck or goose liver has had a long history of legal battles between animal rights activists, foie gras producers, and the restaurants that serve it, Eater LA reports. This week’s ruling is a win for producers outside of California, many of which said they have lost a third of their sales. But as the pandemic continues to shutter dining rooms, how well will foie gras stand up in a takeout and delivery reality? 

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