Meet the entrepreneur who brought foie gras and organic chicken to America’s table

By November 14, 2016Uncategorized
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NEW YORK — When Ariane Daguin started selling foie gras to Manhattan gourmet shops and restaurant chefs in 1985, few Americans had heard of the French delicacy, let alone tasted it.

Today, her Union, New Jersey-based gourmet food purveyor D’Artagnan sells not only foie gras, made of duck liver, but other gourmet staples from grass-free and Wagyu beef to organic chicken and turkey to fresh truffles, served at top N.Y.C. restaurants such as Daniel Boulud’s Michelin-starred Daniel and also sold…