A question. I’m looking for a food that it is entirely legal to sell but which isn’t sold because no one wants to eat the stuff.
Could use different example, sheep’s lungs for example. They are eaten, in haggis, but it’s extremely rare to see them alone – I have done, but 45 years ago. Used to be a specialist offal butcher in Green St in Bath.
But would like an example that would truly make the point. Rats would be good – is it legal to sell them, as long as properly labelled?
The argument, of course – chlorine washed chicken. If people want it then it will be on the shelves, it will sell. If they don’t then it won’t sell and it won’t be offered. So, the only reason to try to ban it – as part of the reason to not have a US trade treaty – is because you know people will want it.
Substitute rats and it makes the point nicely.