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Since taking the British throne, the new monarch has already made several changes. This time, Charles III wanted to show that he cares about the welfare of animals and, in that sense, expressed this concern in order to raise awareness. It’s been more than ten years since Charles III gave up eating Foie gras and now, according to a statement issued by Buckingham Palace, it has banned this pâté from being served in any of the royal family’s residences.

Although this food is considered by many to be a gastronomic delicacy, the monarch’s moral concern about how it is obtained – through force-fed duck or goose liver – was what motivated the sovereign to take this decision.

Through a letter sent to the governmental association PETA (“People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals”)the British Royal House communicated the king’s decision that the food will no longer be served in his residences, including in the menus of gala dinners, as well as in other official appointments.

Although the production of this food is banned in the UK, the sale and consumption is not. However, this was a personal battle for Charles III, who had once tried to get his mother, the Queen Elizabeth IIsupported this decision.

Source: Caras

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