LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The animal rights group PETA sued a California restaurant on Wednesday that it says serves outlawed foie gras to patrons, in what appears to be the first lawsuit to enforce a state ban on the delicacy, PETA officials said.
People for the
Ethical Treatment of Animals said that Hot's Kitchen claimed to have
stopped selling foie gras when a ban on producing or selling it took
effect in July, but was offering it as a complimentary side dish to
customers who order "THE Burger."
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