Fortnum & Mason still sells foie gras, an unethical food product made by force-feeding terrified ducks and geese until their livers become diseased and swell to up to 10 times their natural size.

It's illegal to produce foie gras in Great Britain because it's so cruel. Veterinarians and avian experts agree that it's impossible to produce foie gras humanely. And it's a scandal that Fortnum & Mason, a store that trades on its British heritage, continues to sell foie gras, buying from foreign suppliers who abuse animals.

Our undercover footage, narrated by Sir Roger Moore, shows exactly what happens on French foie gras farms that supply Fortnum & Mason's distributor, where birds are force-fed and murdered for profit.

Ask Fortnum & Mason to stop selling vile foie gras today!


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