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Donut shop plans to give away foie gras donuts
CAMPBELL, Calif. (KGO) -- A South Bay donut shop is thumbing its nose at California's foie gras ban.
Psycho Donuts says it will celebrate National Donut Day this Friday with donut balls filled with foie gras mousse.
California banned the sale of the delicacy nearly a year ago after the ABC7 News I-Team exposed how ducks are force fed to fatten their livers. But the law does not stop anyone from giving it away -- which is what the San Jose donut shop says it will do.
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