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Appeals court taking foie gras off the menu in California

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The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES — A federal appeals court has reinstated California's ban on foie gras, finding that a state law preventing sales of the luxury liver pate made by force-feeding ducks and geese was not pre-empted by federal authority to regulate poultry products.

The ban was passed more than a decade ago after proponents said the process of fattening the livers of the birds was cruel and inhumane. The law took effect in 2011, but was blocked by a court in 2015, delighting chefs who wanted to serve the delicacy and leading to protests. . .

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