Employees work on the production line of foie gras at a factory owned by Pierre and Philippe Perez in Saint-Michel, eastern France, on November 26, 2013.(AFP PHOTO / REMY GABALDA)
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Hollywood bombshell Pamela Anderson has feathers flying in the French parliament, where she was expected Tuesday to support a ban on force-feeding ducks and geese to make the French delicacy foie gras.Foie gras – literally fattened liver – is a traditional French delicacy enjoyed by millions, particularly at Christmas and special occasions.Japan in December banned imports of French foie gras due to the outbreak of H5N1 which has been detected on 69 farms in southwestern France, where the bulk of French foie gras is produced.France, which produces 75 percent of global foie gras, exported 4,934 tons of it in 2014 .
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