Stocks of controversial and seasonal goose and duck liver delicacy seriously hit for second year in a row by avian flu

Christmas would not be Noël in France without a fat goose liver on the festive table.

But farmers say stocks of foie gras – enjoyed over the festive period by an estimated 80% of France’s population – have been seriously hit by avian flu for the second year in a row.

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