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Faroe Islands

Whale meat is a traditional food in the Faroe Islands, where it is known as grindadráp. The meat is typically consumed fresh, but can also be dried or fermented. The Faroe Islanders hunt pilot whales, which are not considered endangered, as a means of sustenance. The hunts are typically carried out by small boats and are organized and regulated by the Faroese government.

The consumption of whale meat is a controversial issue, with some animal welfare groups and activists arguing that it is inhumane and should be banned. However, the Faroese government and many residents argue that the consumption of whale meat is a vital part of their culture and way of life, and that it is safe to eat. The Faroe Island’s pilot whale meat is considered safe to eat as it is tested for pollution and the hunting is regulated and sustainable.

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