City Bill Would Ban Foie Gras in New York

New Yorkers will be saying “au revoir” to a popular, but controversial, French delicacy if a local legislator has her way.

A Manhattan legislator is pushing for a city ban on the sale of foie gras by restaurants and vendors on the basis of animal cruelty.

Councilwoman Carlina Rivera (D-Lower Manhattan) told The Post her bill proposing to make sale of the fattened-goose-liver pate criminal is “common sense” because the foie gras production process is “egregious” and has been wrongly “tolerated” for “far too long” in the Big Apple.

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