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King James Bible: Leviticus, Chapter 26
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King James Bible: Deuteronomy, Chapter 28
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The Economic Importance of the New York State FOIE GRAS Industry
consumption of Foie Gras in the U.S., compared to other countries, together with rising disposable income, suggest room to grow.
Amyloid fibrils: potential food safety implications Michael Greger
foie gras consumption by individuals with high SAA levels may trigger and/or accelerate this process (Solomon et al., 2007).
An inquiry into the welfare of ducks and geese kept for the
idea of cramming the domestic ducks and geese,” 5 – the history of foie gras had begun.
An HSUS Report: The Welfare of Animals in the Foie Gras Industry
newly recognized human food safety concerns with foie gras consumption.
Welfare Aspects of the Production of Foie Gras in Ducks and Geese
in the timing of the consumption. Foie gras products are sold usually towards the end of the year whilst «pāté de foie de volaille » is sold all year round.

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A shameful retreat by the British
The people of California have reportedly been indulging in a final frenzy of foie gras consumption, before the unctuous foodstuff is banned throughout the state on July 1.

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Foie gras - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Foie gras French for "fat liver") is a food product made of the liver of a duck or goose that has been specially fattened.
Study links foie gras consumption with Alzheimer's, arthritis
Jun 20, 2007 Liver of a force-fed bird used to make foie gras.
The Economic Importance of the New York State FOIE GRAS Industry
consumption of Foie Gras in the U.S., compared to other countries, together with rising disposable income, suggest room to grow.
Animal Rights
In recent years, there has been increasing controversy surrounding foie gras back down to its normal size when a bird returns to lesser amounts of food intake.
Foie gras and duck
Foie gras is an up-market festive and fine food product and is very popular for special or festive occasions.

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