Foie Gras Back on the Menu in California After Court Ruling

Foie gras is back on the menu in California after a federal judge ruled the health code doesn’t prevent the rich dish from being brought in from out of state.

N.J.’s D’Artagnan Sees Foie Gras Orders Soar Ahead of NYC Ban

December 24, 2019 Meg Fry, ROI

New York City, one of the United States’ largest markets, is joining California in its prohibition of the fattened liver of a duck or goose over animal cruelty concerns. Ariane Daguin said that, as much as this is cause for concern for her business, it also has resulted in a boom.

New York Farmers Respond to New York’s City Council Ban on Foie Gras

The three main producers of foie gras to restaurants and retail food stores in New York City – Hudson Valley Foie Gras, La Belle Farm and Rougié – have joined together to form the Catskill Foie Gras Collective. They have been challenging the ban for months.

City Bill Would Ban Foie Gras in New York

February 6, 2019 Rich Calder, NY Post

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.

California Foie Gras Ban to Take Effect After US Supreme Court Declines Review

January 16, 2019 CBS SF

The high court declined without comment to review a ruling in which the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last year upheld a state law prohibiting the sale of foie gras from force-fed ducks and geese.