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Update: Sir Roger Moore's Campaign Proves Successful As Selfridges Drops Foie Gras

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Earlier this year, Ecorazzi reported that Sir Roger Moore was speaking out against foie gras in a BIG way! The well-known actor had targeted  Selfridges–one of the largest supermarkets in the UK–and asked them to stop selling the cruel stuff. Moore even sent a private letter to Selfridges’ owner, offering to buy the company’s entire remaining stock if they agreed never to carry it again.


After two years of targeted campaign efforts, Selfridges has agreed to take foie gras off its shelves. WOO!! A big thank you to PETA, Moore and all those who worked hard to convince the major retailer to drop the foie.

To learn more about this victory, visit PETA.org!

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