A BUSINESS owned by TV chef James Martin, was targeted by a small band of animal rights campaigners.

They gathered outside the Cadogan and James delicatessen in The Square, Winchester, to demonstrate against the sale of foie gras, a pate made from goose or duck liver after the bird has been deliberately force fed in order to enlarge the liver.

Protester Lisa Smith dressed up as Wacky the Duck and fellow protester Diane Cooper pretended to force feed Wacky to demonstrate the cruelty of foie gras production.

Other protesters were also asking people to sign a petition calling on Cadogan and James to stop selling the delicacy.

A staff member at the store, who would not give his name, said that there were six portions of foie gras left in the shop and after they were sold it would be discontinued. He refused to make any further comment.