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King Charles III has banned foie gras at all royal residences, PETA

Its time for Brits to leave foie gras off the menu this Christmas and beyond

King Charles III has banned foie gras at all royal residences, PETA confirms.

A letter received by Peta (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) confirms that a ban on foie gras has been place across the Royal Household and for all royal residences, which would include Balmoral, Sandringham, Windsor Castle, Hillsborough Castle and Buckingham Palace.

A letter from the Buckingham Palace told animal rights group Peta that the food was no longer purchased by the Royal household

The letter dated November 10 and signed by the Master of the King´s Household, Tony Johnstone-Burt, states:

“I can confirm that foie gras is not purchased by the Royal Household nor served in Royal Residences, and there are no plans for this policy to change.”

 

Follow the king’s lead and leave foie gras off the menu this Christmas and beyond, PETA UK urges following the ban announcement.

Though there has been previously a ban on the production of foie gras in the UK, but not on its sale or importation.

Animal rights vocals are more than pleased as the King decided to make this change.

 

What is foie gras?

“Foie gras” translates to “fatty liver” in English. It is a specialty food product made of the liver of a duck or goose.

Considered a delicacy of French cuisine, the liver of a goose or duck that has been fattened by a process of force-feeding.

 

 

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