The words 'hummus' and 'kosher' will be added to next year's Dictionary of the Spanish Language
Head of Lancashire County, which borders on the suburbs of Manchester, home to the U.K.'s second-largest Jewish community with more than 25,000 people, calls custom 'abhorrent' and 'cruel'
The Belgian Federation of Jewish Organizations is fighting the regional ban on production of kosher and halal meat passed in May
U.S. Department of Agriculture says suspected contamination at Pennsylvania-based factory, one of the largest producers of kosher poultry in North America, may have introduced metals into the products feared affected
Japan's 1,000-strong Jewish community has trouble obtaining permits to bring kosher food and ritual plants to the island nation. Here's how it copes
Haaretz's food specialist Vered Guttman curates four menus for you to wow your Jewish New Year guests.
More restaurateurs are getting the guts to fight the corruption behind kashrut supervisors salaries
One of the Chief Rabbinates two significant monopolies – kashrut, the other being marriage – has now been broken
Restaurants may be able to represent themselves as meeting kashrut standards without an official certificate from the Rabbinate