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FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZP
December 04, 2019
Two-day-old goslings are seen before being fed with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Two-day-old goslings are seen before being fed with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZM
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer holds a two-day-old gosling before being fed with a dose of serum containing the...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer holds a two-day-old gosling before being fed with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZG
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer holds a pipette with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer holds a pipette with a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old goslings to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZ5
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old gosling to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZ4
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old gosling to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOZ2
December 04, 2019
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver...
BAZILLAC, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A geese grower farmer gives a dose of serum containing the bacteria to stimulate fat growth in liver to a two-day-old gosling to produce a "naturally fatty" foie gras, in Bazillac, France, December 3, 2019. Picture taken December 3, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYP
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYM
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYK
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered a process that stimulates the build-up of fat in geese...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered a process that stimulates the build-up of fat in geese to produce naturally fat liver without having to thrust feeding tubes into the geeseÕs gullet, works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYF
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, looks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, looks at samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYD
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOYA
December 04, 2019
A dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is seen at "Solides" restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY8
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks samples of intestinal bacteria culture to make serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY4
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY3
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, smells a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, smells a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY2
December 04, 2019
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks...
LABEGE, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
French scientist Remy Burcelin, who discovered the process to produce "naturally-fat" foie gras, checks serum which is introduced to baby geese to stimulate fat growth in liver, as he works in his research laboratory in Labege, France, December 2, 2019. Picture taken December 2, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOY0
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, prepares a dish with a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXY
December 04, 2019
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is pictured in a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXT
December 04, 2019
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is pictured in a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXM
December 04, 2019
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, cuts a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
Simon Carlier, Chef of "Solides" restaurant, cuts a "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, at a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOIEGRAS/
RTX7BOXK
December 04, 2019
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate...
Toulouse, France
French scientists prepare to launch "naturally fatty" foie gras
A "naturally fatty" foie gras, produced without gavage made from geese fed with bacteria to stimulate the fattening of the liver, avoiding force-feeding geese that is criticized by animal welfare activists, is pictured in a restaurant in Toulouse, France, November 29, 2019. Picture taken November 29, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4Y3
January 10, 2019
Employees prepare ducks livers, named foie gras, at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France,...
Montaut, France
Employees prepare ducks livers, named foie gras, at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
Employees prepare ducks livers, named foie gras, at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France, January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4XU
January 10, 2019
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4XS
January 10, 2019
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4XQ
January 10, 2019
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut
Ducks are being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4X7
January 10, 2019
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France...
Montaut, France
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4X6
January 10, 2019
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France...
Montaut, France
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4WY
January 10, 2019
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut,
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4WT
January 10, 2019
A Duck is being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
A Duck is being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut
A Duck is being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4WS
January 10, 2019
A Duck is being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
A Duck is being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut
A Duck is being fed by a farmer for foie gras (duck liver) at a poultry farm in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4WG
January 10, 2019
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4WD
January 10, 2019
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
Foie gras (duck liver) is displayed at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4W9
January 10, 2019
Employees prepare foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Employees prepare foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
Employees prepare foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4W8
January 10, 2019
Employees prepare foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
Employees prepare foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
Employees prepare foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4VY
January 10, 2019
An employee holds foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
An employee holds foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
An employee holds foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4VQ
January 10, 2019
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France...
Montaut, France
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4VP
January 10, 2019
An employee holds foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January...
Montaut, France
An employee holds foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
An employee holds foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
USA-COURT/FOIEGRAS-REACTION
RTS2A4VO
January 10, 2019
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France...
Montaut, France
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut
An employee prepares foie gras (duck liver) at the Maison Lafitte company factory in Montaut, France January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
FRANCE-FOOD/HOLIDAY
RTX3N86H
December 08, 2017
Duck livers, named Foie Gras, are pictured at the poultry pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale...
RUNGIS, France
Duck livers, named Foie Gras, are pictured at the poultry pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale...
Duck livers, named Foie Gras, are pictured at the poultry pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale food market as buyers prepare for the Christmas holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, France, November 30, 2017. Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
FRANCE-FOOD/HOLIDAY
RTX3N85L
December 08, 2017
Duck livers, named Foie Gras, are pictured at the poultry pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale...
RUNGIS, France
Duck livers, named Foie Gras, are pictured at the poultry pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale...
Duck livers, named Foie Gras, are pictured at the poultry pavilion in the Rungis International wholesale food market as buyers prepare for the Christmas holiday season in Rungis, south of Paris, France, November 30, 2017. Picture taken November 30, 2017. REUTERS/Benoit Tessier
GRIPPE-AVIAIRE/.FC
RTSXG4N
January 26, 2017
Graphique présentant la répartition de la production mondiale de foie gras par pays producteur
Hungary
FOIE GRAS PRODUCTION.FC
Graphique présentant la répartition de la production mondiale de foie gras par pays producteur
SALUD-GRIPEAVIAR-HUNGRIA/ C
RTSXCJZ
January 25, 2017
Diagrama que muestra los principales productores europeos de foie gras, afectados por el brote reciente...
Hungary
SALUD GRIPEAVIAR HUNGRIA C
Diagrama que muestra los principales productores europeos de foie gras, afectados por el brote reciente de gripe aviar. 17 cm de ancho. (SGN07)
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/HUNGARY C
RTSXBLA
January 25, 2017
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/HUNGARY - All three main foie gras producers in Europe, the region that produces 95% of...
Hungary
Foie gras production EPS C
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/HUNGARY - All three main foie gras producers in Europe, the region that produces 95% of all the world’s foie gras, have been affected by recent bird flu outbreaks.
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/HUNGARY-GOOSELIVER
RTSXBA3
January 25, 2017
Parts of geese seen at a Budapest market where the price of foie gras has jumped due to a shortage of...
Budapest, Hungary
Parts of geese seen at a Budapest market where the price of foie gras has jumped due to a shortage of...
Parts of geese seen at a Budapest market where the price of foie gras has jumped due to a shortage of supply amid the outbreak of the bird flu crisis Budapest, Hungary, January 25, 2017. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/HUNGARY-GOOSELIVER
RTSXB9I
January 25, 2017
Vendor holds two geese in a Budapest market where the price of foie gras has jumped due to a shortage...
Budapest, Hungary
Vendor holds two geese in a Budapest market where the price of foie gras has jumped due to a shortage...
Vendor holds two geese in a Budapest market where the price of foie gras has jumped due to a shortage of supply amid the outbreak of the bird flu crisis in Budapest, Hungary, January 25, 2017. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233K3
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender, and Michel Vandenbosch (R), co-founder of the...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender, and Michel Vandenbosch (R), co-founder of the Belgian animal welfare organisation, Global Action in the Interest of Animals (GAIA), attend a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233J5
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233J2
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233IR
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson (R), actress and animals rights defender, arrives attend a news conference at the National...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson (R), actress and animals rights defender, arrives attend a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233HO
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender and Michel Vandenbosch (R), co-founder of the...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender and Michel Vandenbosch (R), co-founder of the Belgian animal welfare organisation, Global Action in the Interest of Animals (GAIA) attend a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. Anderson holds a pancard from a IFOP poll which reads, "Would you be favorable to banning force-feeding (of geese)" "70% in favor. 30% not in favor". REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233FS
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender, Michel Vandenbosch (C), co-founder of the Belgian...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender, Michel Vandenbosch (C), co-founder of the Belgian animal welfare organisation, Global Action in the Interest of Animals (GAIA), and former Miss France Delphine Wespiser (R) attend a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233EG
January 19, 2016
French deputy Laurence Abeille (L), Pamela Anderson (2ndL), actress and animals rights defender, Michel...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
French deputy Laurence Abeille (L), Pamela Anderson (2ndL), actress and animals rights defender, Michel Vandenbosch (C), co-founder of the Belgian animal welfare organisation, Global Action in the Interest of Animals (GAIA), former Miss France Delphine Wespiser (2ndR) and Paul Watson (R), founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society attend a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233CW
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender, Michel Vandenbosch (2ndL), co-founder of the...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson (L), actress and animals rights defender, Michel Vandenbosch (2ndL), co-founder of the Belgian animal welfare organisation, Global Action in the Interest of Animals (GAIA), and former Miss France Delphine Wespiser (3rdL) attend a news conference at the National Assembly to protest the force-feeding of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
FRANCE-GEESE/ANDERSON
RTX233BK
January 19, 2016
Pamela Anderson (2ndL), actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National...
Paris, France
Pamela Anderson, actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly...
Pamela Anderson (2ndL), actress and animals rights defender, attends a news conference at the National Assembly with French deputy Laurence Abeille (L) and Paul Watson (R), founder of Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, to protest the gavage of geese used in the production of foie gras, in Paris, France, January 19, 2016. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/FRANCE
RTX1Z68P
December 17, 2015
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December...
DOAZIT, France
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has detected the first cases of low pathogenic H5N3 bird flu and found more cases of highly infectious strains in an outbreak of the disease in the southwest of the country. The outbreak is affecting France's main foie gras producing region just before demand peaks over the year-end holiday season, although the authorities have stressed there is no evidence that bird flu can be transmitted to humans via food. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/FRANCE
RTX1Z68N
December 17, 2015
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December...
DOAZIT, France
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has detected the first cases of low pathogenic H5N3 bird flu and found more cases of highly infectious strains in an outbreak of the disease in the southwest of the country. The outbreak is affecting France's main foie gras producing region just before demand peaks over the year-end holiday season, although the authorities have stressed there is no evidence that bird flu can be transmitted to humans via food. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/FRANCE
RTX1Z68M
December 17, 2015
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December...
DOAZIT, France
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has detected the first cases of low pathogenic H5N3 bird flu and found more cases of highly infectious strains in an outbreak of the disease in the southwest of the country. The outbreak is affecting France's main foie gras producing region just before demand peaks over the year-end holiday season, although the authorities have stressed there is no evidence that bird flu can be transmitted to humans via food. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/FRANCE
RTX1Z68L
December 17, 2015
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December...
DOAZIT, France
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit
A Mulard duck is being fed by an employee at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has detected the first cases of low pathogenic H5N3 bird flu and found more cases of highly infectious strains in an outbreak of the disease in the southwest of the country. The outbreak is affecting France's main foie gras producing region just before demand peaks over the year-end holiday season, although the authorities have stressed there is no evidence that bird flu can be transmitted to humans via food. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/FRANCE
RTX1Z5GE
December 17, 2015
A duck is seen in its enclosure at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015....
DOAZIT, France
A duck is seen in its enclosure at a poultry farm in Doazit
A duck is seen in its enclosure at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has detected the first cases of low pathogenic H5N3 bird flu and found more cases of highly infectious strains in an outbreak of the disease in the southwest of the country. The outbreak is affecting France's main foie gras producing region just before demand peaks over the year-end holiday season, although the authorities have stressed there is no evidence that bird flu can be transmitted to humans via food. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
HEALTH-BIRDFLU/FRANCE
RTX1Z5FE
December 17, 2015
Employees prepare ducks at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has...
DOAZIT, France
Employees prepare ducks at a poultry farm in Doazit
Employees prepare ducks at a poultry farm in Doazit, Southwestern France, December 17, 2015. France has detected the first cases of low pathogenic H5N3 bird flu and found more cases of highly infectious strains in an outbreak of the disease in the southwest of the country. The outbreak is affecting France's main foie gras producing region just before demand peaks over the year-end holiday season, although the authorities have stressed there is no evidence that bird flu can be transmitted to humans via food. REUTERS/Regis Duvignau
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