Yes, Foie Gras can be “good”. Politically correct. Or whatever you would like to call it. Stem from geese who haven’t been forced fed. Fans call it “etical foie”. The maker himself calls it “natural”.
Eduardo Sousa is Spanish. His farm is placed in the middle of fig and olive trees. The house “La Patería de Sousa” dates back to 1812 and habits geese with a liver prime weight of 450g compared to the 600-1000g force-fed geese. What Eduardo produces in a year, large scale industry farmers produce in three months. But their geese live in warehouses. Eduardo’s don’t, luckily enough. His natural foie gras still has yet to make a profit, but that will come along, when time is.
Read more about Eduardo Sousa here
See Dan Barber include Eduardo Sousa in his TED talk here