We have great news! On Saturday, June 4th, the Schwäbische Zeitung published an article about our Happy Foie. Below is an excerpt of the article:
"The smell shows the typical aroma of foie gras. The consistency is quite firm, but still easy to shape or spread. If you compare this with conventional foie gras, for example from cans, the mass of “Happy Foie” is more compact and finer, for example it has nothing doughy or floury. And on the palate? It develops a pleasantly cool and melting mouthfeel and the taste actually comes close to the aroma of a good conventional foie gras.
During the tasting in the presence of an experienced chef, the “Happy Foie” beats a product from fodder fattening in all criteria. Accompanied by a spicy apple and onion chutney with ginger, a sip of yellow muscatel and butter-roasted brioche, it passes the test completely. This makes the “Happy Foie” a real step forward in terms of responsible cuisine and is no more expensive than conventional stuffed food.”
Would you like to continue reading? You can find the full article here: