EU Court of Justice ruling appears to propose that religious minorities adapt their practices to animal welfare requirements
Yuri Logvinenko is now an unlikely poster child in the fight against religious discrimination in Israel. His former employers deny the claim
Argentina's beef export business, the world's fifth largest, has been badly by coronavirus, and maintaining traffic with Israel, the No. 3 buyer, is crucial
The trip is key to Argentina being able to maintain beef exports to key buyer Israel, which has become increasingly important with exports stalled to the EU and China
Can't decide what to serve your guests? Here are some delicious dishes for you to wow your friends and family with.
David Erhrlich, who founded cultural hub that hosted writers, poets and intellectuals in 1994, suffers fatal heart attack. He was 61
A Haaretz investigation finds that an official in a largely ultra-Orthodox city is suspected of skimming off the top on fees paid for kashrut supervision for the benefit of a private establishment
Products imported from Eastern Europe are sold for much less than the local version, but Israeli bottler denies any role in decision
Justice Ministry now allows the rabbinate to take criminal action against entities that break laws associated with it
Inquiry with the Israel Airports Authority revealed that the McDonald’s at Ben-Gurion has a kashrut certificate, indicating that the Rabbinate shows some flexibility
Israel's ambassador and Brazil's far-right president dined over a soccer match, but a bad Photoshop job can't hide what they ate
250 years ago, the city’s rabbis ruled that coffeehouses in the Jewish quarter were permitted to open on the Sabbath
An unusual tombstone in a Jewish cemetery in Namibia has fired the imagination of rabbis, journalists and inquisitive travelers for decades
Justices order state to explain why less drastic arrangements for Passover can’t be made
Organic regulations require animals to be stunned before being killed. Jewish and Muslim laws, in contrast, require the animals to be conscious when slaughtered
Israeli restaurateurs are pulling pork off the menu due to a shortage
Bimbo Bakeries USA announced in December plans to have the flexibility to produce its breads on the same factory lines as breads that contain dairy products
'On the ground, it makes little difference. We still have meat. The problem is the message it sends. It tells Jews: We don’t want you here'
Flemish Region passed the measure in July despite adamant objections by faith community leaders
After other options dismissed by either the state or the High Court, secular activists call the proposal a first step by Orthodox Jewish political forces toward turning Israel into a religious state
Lesbian comic Leah Forster said her shows at two kosher Brooklyn restaurants were canceled over her sexual orientation
Bimbo Bakeries USA says it wants the flexibility to produce its breads on the same factory lines as breads that contain dairy products
Rabbis from the Vaad HaRabanim of Flatbush threatened to pull their supervision if Orthodox lesbian comedian Leah Forster performed
Warning: Israelis wear their gas masks while grating horseradish to make gefilte fish with chrein
Every ethnic group has its own traditional festive dishes for Rosh Hashanah. We found home cooks happy to share their holiday favorites.
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
Attorney general’s letter follows expiry of High Court ultimatum to change kashrut inspectors’ terms of employment due to possible conflict of interests