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France bans use of ‘meat terms’ for products which don’t contain meat

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As explained here by Vegan Life Magazine, under a new law in France, the use of terms including ‘sausage’, ‘burger’ and ‘steak’ for veggie products will result in fines of up to €300,000 (around £260,000).

We would much rather see the French government ban the likes of foie gras which causes untold misery for ducks and geese that are forcibly fed to fatten their livers, which in effect become diseased. If you see this product in a shop / on a menu, please ask the people in charge to consider replacing it with something that does not cause pain and suffering.

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