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Fortnum and Mason boss says foie gras protesters represent less than 1
Fortnum Mason continues to market foie gras, despite calls from animal rights groups to accept controversial product from the shelves.
The upmarket store in Piccadilly states that it will not be bullied into stopping the sale of the product since it has been eaten for years and years, and claims those opposing it just represent one per cent of the population.
An offer, led by former 007 actor Sir Roger Moore and animal welfare group People for that Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta), has accused the retailer of selling inside a tin based on the Daily Telegraph.
Hit back: Sir Roger Moore, that has called for a boycott at Fortnum Mason, was accused through the store of having double standards after he appeared in a book logging into websites Harrods, who also sell foie gras
But store managers have stated that sales from the product had increased by 60 percent, and the shop won't be taking the product - [Read More]