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Pure pain
There is nothing enviable about the fate of the ducks and geese destined for force-feeding. To produce foie gras (commercial fatty liver), the animals are subjected to stressful conditions and disease.
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Imposed illness
Developing a “foie gras” by force-feeding is in itself a disease. Its technical name is nutritional fatty liver, a pathological process giving rise to a hepatomegaly, which becomes a deadly heapatonecrosis.
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Force-feeding: behind the scenes
An investigator from One Voice went to a force-feeding centre. His account reveals what this kind of practice really involves.
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A damning report
A report gave rise to the scandal. On December 16th 1998 the European Commission’s Scientific Committee for Animal Health and Welfare published a report on foie gras production.
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Moving towards a ban on production?
Europe has embraced the foie gras question. That could sound the death knell for industrial foie gras production, ahead of a definitive ban on the product.
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