Foie Royale is the ethically produced alternative to traditional Foie Gras.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Foie Royale is an ethical alternative to traditional foie gras, delivering the same decadent taste and texture – but without the forced feeding and animal cruelty associated with the traditional product.

Calling all chefs

WE NEED YOUR RECIPES

Announcing the Foie Royale recipe competition.

We have teamed up with Forest Produce to source the best recipe we can find using Foie Royale. The winner will be featured in Chef & Restuaurant Magazine and win a £250 Red Letter Day voucher.

Hurry entries close on 16th September 2019

 

Foie Royale – A Culinary Sensation

Foie Royale is an ethical alternative to traditional foie gras, delivering the same decadent taste and texture – but without forced feeding. The result is a product that tastes as good as traditional foie gras, with the same melting behaviour, but created using modern technology not the traditional methods that many find unacceptable.

Foie Royale is presented in a block or a jar and, as it has been cooked during the manufacturing process, can be eaten straight from the fridge – although it is at its best after 15 minutes resting. Foie Royale can be cooked in the normal way – pan-fried, poached or roasted – or blended to bring the flavour into a variety of other dishes such as ice cream.

foie royale duck and goose pack shots

Recent from the Blog Royale

Foie Royale on Food Spark

Foie Royale is the subject of a story on Food Spark under the headline “The lab-made foie gras alternative that’s taking Europe by storm.”

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Foie Royale – Produced from Ethically Raised Birds

Foie Royale is produced from ducks and geese raised ethically on farms in Germany. The birds roam freely outside from an early age and each bird has a minimum of 25 square metres of space. At night they are kept in barns for their security. They do not have their wings or beaks clipped and are fed naturally.

We strive to have happy and contented birds – check out the video below to see them in their natural environment and judge for yourself.