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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.

Well…WE HAVE A WINNER!

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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