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Gorden Ramsay’s foie-gras nightmare

November 9, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Viva!’s investigation makes the front pages of today’s Daily Mirror! Read their report. Watch the shocking footage with Viva!’s exposé.

Footage taken inside a supplier used by Gordon Ramsay for foie-gras shows suffering on an almost unimaginable scale and has sparked a joint investigation by Viva! and French group L214.

The footage, which was recorded in August this year in the Vendée region of France on farms belonging to Ernest Soulard, shows dead and dying ducks, some with bloody feathers. Many ducks are caked in feed and vomit, and some have debilitating eye injuries. It is some of the most disturbing evidence of animal suffering we have seen in our 20 year history.

Gordon Ramsay has just today suspended this supplier after seeing these images, but that is simply not good enough. Whilst shocking, what this investigation has uncovered is the day-to-day torture used on foie-gras farms across France. If he is serious he needs to take foie-gras off the menu completely.

We got Amazon to dump foie-gras together. Let’s make this happen!

Email Gordon Ramsay from our website and tell him to dump foie-gras once and for all

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  1. ravenskeeper
    November 10, 2013 at 01:20

    Foie-gras must rate as one of the most heinous, barbaric and torturous examples of deliberate cruelty and suffering being inflicted on animals. It stands side by side with the fur trade & skinning live animals for fashion and vanity and boiling live dogs and cats to eat. While the production of this vile product is banned in the UK it doesn’t stop people like Gordon Ramsey ( and many others) from importing it and therefore supporting the continuation of this horrendous practice. How is it that practices like this are still going on in the 21st century? It is utterly beyond my comprehension. Perhaps all those that support these horrors should be made to view raw footage of what is entailed in producing the vile products before they purchase!

    SHAME ON ALL THOSE INVOLVED ~ SHAME ON YOU ALL – DESPICABLE!

    • November 10, 2013 at 15:53

      can only agree with your comments. people like Gordon Ramsay try to humanise barbaric torture like this through their TV programmes, like the way supermarkets package meats.

  2. ravenskeeper
    November 10, 2013 at 01:20

    Reblogged this on Ravens-Tree.com and commented:
    Foie-gras must rate as one of the most heinous, barbaric and torturous examples of deliberate cruelty and suffering being inflicted on animals. It stands side by side with the fur trade & skinning live animals for fashion and vanity and boiling live dogs and cats to eat. While the production of this vile product is banned in the UK it doesn’t stop people like Gordon Ramsey ( and many others) from importing it and therefore supporting the continuation of this horrendous practice. How is it that practices like this are still going on in the 21st century? It is utterly beyond my comprehension. Perhaps all those that support these horrors should be made to view raw footage of what is entailed in producing the vile products before they purchase!
    SHAME ON ALL THOSE INVOLVED ~ SHAME ON YOU ALL – DESPICABLE!Add your thoughts here… (optional)

  3. ravenskeeper
    November 10, 2013 at 01:22

    Please support campaign folks to end this suffering, and also e-mail Gordon Ramsey.

  4. ravenskeeper
    November 10, 2013 at 01:26

    Further…..perhaps it is time to name and shame all those who sell this vile product in their restaurants….just a thought. The only way to stop animal abuse and cruelty is to challenge, the mindset, and name and shame!

  5. Adam Hughes
    November 10, 2013 at 02:07

    Reblogged this on ANIMAL RIGHTS INDEX.

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