Cruelty-Free Fois Gras Is Coming

Looking out for the environment is a common theme in all walks of life today, and the French are taking this on board with their processes of developing fois-gras with a new cruelty-free method.

French start-up Suprême is now producing an ethical and cruelty-free version of foie gras by extracting cells from a duck egg and growing them by introducing nutrients and regulating the levels of good fats within.

The more common method of producing foie gras is to force feed young geese to the point where their livers expand due to the amounts of triglycerides produced within. This new method is not only much more animal friendly, but it is also more environmentally friendly due to the reduced amount of water and land needed to produce the new foie gras. Next is the taste test ...