Chefs in New York are over a on foie gras - a food in haute cuisine. It is made from duck and liver. The birds are force-fed to make their liver up to ten its normal . Animal rights groups say this makes the birds suffer. New York's council voted to ban the food. It will ban restaurants and from dealing with any force-fed products. A said force-feeding was "really and inhumane".
Farmers may sue New York. A said: "We will not let this on New Yorkers' freedom of go unchallenged...we intend to file a ." A food maker said chefs could order foie gras because they are so angry. There are 1,000 in New York that have foie gras on their . The maker said the council made no to learn about the foie gras . Foie gras is big business. One liver can sell for as as $125.