Actor Sir Roger Moore has teamed up with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) for its anti-foie gras campaign. The animal activist group has sent copies of a video to some of the country’s most well known chefs, including Gordon Ramsay, Clarissa Dickson-Wright and Raymond Blanc, which shows ducks and geese being force fed and generally suffering at the hands of foie gras farmers. PETA hopes that the footage, accompanied by a Moore voice-over, will discourage both chefs from serving the dish, and diners from ordering it. Moore can be heard to say: "Please join me and countless kind people everywhere by never eating foie gras and by telling your friends, relatives and restaurant owners that foie gras is a disease, not a delicacy." Foie gras, or "fatty liver" is made from the enlarged livers of the waterfowl intentionally afflicted with a condition called hepatic lipidosis. Foie gras farms are illegal in the UK, but are legal in several countries across Europe, including France. Gordon Ramsey sells a veal and foie gras burger at his Boxwood Café in London.