As Prince of Wales, King Charles removed foie gras – a horrific product for which ducks and geese are force-fed until their livers swell to 10 times their natural size before they are slaughtered – from his royal residences.
Now, PETA has received confirmation that His Majesty’s compassionate policy extends to Buckingham Palace and all other royal residences. In thanks, we’re sending the king a hamper of decadent faux gras made by renowned vegan chef Alexis Gauthier.
Trade Foie Gras for Faux Gras
Video footage of birds being painfully force-fed is enough to make anyone lose their lunch, but Alexis Gauthier’s game-changing faux gras – which is served at his fine-dining restaurant Gauthier Soho – is luxurious, indulgent, and cruelty-free. You won’t be disappointed if you give it a try and leave foie gras off the menu Slot Deposit Pulsa this Christmas – and beyond.
Before Foie Gras Reaches the Shelf
To produce foie gras, 2 kilos of grain every day is pumped into birds’ stomachs through metal tubes shoved down their throats, causing their livers to swell before they are killed.
Investigations into farms in Europe have revealed sick, dying, and dead animals. The long metal feeding pipes leave some birds so badly injured that they have holes in their necks, broken beaks, and inflammation of the oesophagus.
Their engorged livers press against other organs, including their lungs, which causes them to pant constantly. The birds are often left to languish in cramped metal cages or pens, coated in dirt and vomit and covered with sores.
Help Make the UK Foie Gras–Free
The production of foie gras is so horrendous that it’s illegal in the UK – yet our borders remain open to imports. This can be rectified with a sales and imports ban, which the overwhelming majority of Brits – 79% – want to see.
Sign our petition urging the government to ban all sales and imports of foie gras, and encourage any restaurants serving the vile substance to remove it from their menu using our sample letter: