Irish Restaurants: Stop Serving Cruel Foie Gras
  • Petitioning L’Atmosphere, Waterford
  • Responded

This petition will be delivered to:

L’Atmosphere, Waterford
Bang Cafe, Dublin
Becketts Restaurant, Leixlip
Bloom Brasserie, Dublin
See response
La Bohéme, Waterford
Bon Appetit, Dublin
Castle Murray House Hotel, Donegal
La Cave Wine Bar, Dublin
Chez Max, Dublin
Cromleach Lodge, Co. Sligo
Dax Restaurant, Dublin
Dobbins, Dublin
Dunbrody Country House Hotel, Co. Wexford
Earl of Thomond Restaurant, Dromoland Castle, Co. Clare
Eatery120, Dublin
The Exchequer Bar, Dublin
Flemings Restaurant, Cork
FortyOne Restaurant, Dublin
The French Paradox Bistro, Dublin
The French Table, Limerick
Les Freres Jacques, Dublin
Glendine Country House, Wexford
Les Gourmandises, Cork
L’Gueuleton, Dublin
Halo, The Morrison Hotel, Dublin
See response
Harvey’s Point Hotel, Donegal
Hayfield Manor Hotel, Cork
The K Club, Co. Kildare
Kelly’s Resort Hotel & Spa, Wexford
Mount Wolseley Hotel Spa & Country Club, Clare
The Malton, Kerry
Marlfield House, Wexford
McNean Restaurant, Cavan
Monart Destination Spa, Wexford
Mount Falcon Country House Hotel, Mayo
MV Cill Airne, Dublin
Nuremore Hotel, Monaghan
Chapter One Restaurant, Dublin
Dali’s, Co. Dublin
Gordon Ramsay Restaurant, Wicklow

Irish Restaurants: Stop Serving Cruel Foie Gras

    1. Vegan Future
    2. Petition by

      Vegan Future

      Ireland, Ireland

Foie gras is a particularly disgusting "delicacy" produced by force-feeding geese and ducks with large amounts of grain. A metal pipe is thrust down their throats 2-3 times per day, resulting in their livers swelling up to 10 times the normal size. When the birds are killed for their livers, they are suffering from a disease called hepatic lipidosis. Read more about foie gras cruelty at http://veganfuture.wordpress.com/2011/06/25/cruel-foie-gras-in-ireland/

Recent signatures

    News

    1. Reached 3,000 signatures
    2. Bloom Brasserie to consider foie gras issue

      Vegan Future
      Petition Organizer

      Bloom Brasserie, Dublin say they 'will consider the issue at our next management meeting'. Restaurant removed from petition pending outcome of meeting.

    3. Morrison Hotel ask to be removed

      Vegan Future
      Petition Organizer

      Halo, The Morrison Hotel, Dublin [Phone: +353 (0)1 887 2400 E-mail: info@morrisonhotel.ie] ask to be removed from petition but foie gras remains listed on a menu displayed on their website.

    4. Reached 250 signatures
    5. Decision-maker Halo, The Morrison Hotel, Dublin responds:

      Halo, The Morrison Hotel, Dublin

      May I please ask that our email address is immediately taken off this list?


    6. Reached 100 signatures
    7. Decision-maker Bloom Brasserie, Dublin responds:

      Bloom Brasserie, Dublin

      thank you for taking the time to bombard us with e-mails. We will consider the issue at our next management meting in 11 Days. Please stop the e-mails.

      kind regards,

      Manager,
      Bloom Brasserie.


    8. Reached 50 signatures

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    • N T CUNDERDIN, AUSTRALIA
      • 20 days ago

      Just like humans, no animal needs to suffer.

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    • Grace Castro CEBU, PHILIPPINES
      • 20 days ago

      Disgusting, I'm in tears!

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    • eleish harvey STOKE-ON-TRENT, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 21 days ago

      Foie-Gras is a disgusting product, what right has anyone got to make ducks and geese suffer such horrific, barbaric and inhumane torture... Irish restaurants stop serving cruel Foie-Gras. shame on you.

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    • Paulina Klimowicz TORONTO, CANADA
      • 21 days ago

      Because cruelty of any kind disgusts me, especially cruelty of creatures that have no voice or ability to fight back.

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    • Jill Burtenshaw LITTLEHAMPTON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 22 days ago

      barbaric no other words

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