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Foie gras is produced by force-feeding geese and ducks; Raymond Blanc: There is no scientific evidence to suggest that animals are in pain during the production of foie gras Picture, DARREN QUINTON
Furthermore, if the force-feeding process should be stopped, the enlarged livers gradually revert to their normal size without residual problems, the company says.
While Canada certainly should do its part in helping the new regime with foreign aid, force-feeding money into Afghanistan creates problems of its own.
The famous French delicacy is made by force-feeding ducks and geese, a process described by animal rights groups as "torture".
The state of Connecticut began force-feeding Coleman in September 2008 after he stopped accepting fluids.
At the end of a trial last month at Cardiff Crown Court, she was convicted of two charges of ill-treatment by force-feeding and one of neglecting the patient with cuts by not treating them immediately.
The Bush Administration has little to do with exporting democracy because its policies are engaged in force-feeding capitalism to other nations.
An alien filed a petition for habeas corpus challenging his indefinite detention and force-feeding during his hunger strike.
MOORS murderer Ian Brady was in a stable condition yesterday following his first day of force-feeding which ended a 30-day hunger strike.
During the force-feeding process, workers shove a pipe down the birds' throats and force them to ingest up to 1/3 of their own body weight daily.
A statement issued regarding the position of the center's director, Chezy Levy, stated that although force-feeding is unacceptable, they would intervene if he needs urgent treatment to save his life and without Allans consent.
Foie gras literally means 'fatty liver' and is produced by force-feeding ducks and geese until their livers swell to up to 10 times their normal size.
A rastrick campaigner has renewed his call to local people to join the fight against the force-feeding of ducks.
Over the past week, the number of prisoners who have participated in the protest grew by two and the number of prisoners undergoing force-feeding increased by one.
NO ONE IN the state of New Jersey produces foie gras, and no Garden State farmer has announced any plans to start force-feeding ducks or selling liver pate.