Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Groups are up in arms after it became clear that the managers from the Adom Adom slaughterhouse controversy will not be prosecuted on animal abuse charges.
A Chicago caterer, 26, wants to "reshape the way people think about having kosher food."
Jewish groups were troubled last month when the Department of Defense dropped a request for bids to make kosher field rations, known as Meals Ready to Eat.
Halva, the sweet sesame seed confection that’s hugely popular in Israel, is the latest Jewish food to be getting the artisanal treatment.
Two sandwich experts say they have found the best sammie in the world. And it’s pastrami.
Five months after a factory fire halted production, Gabila’s Famous Coney Island Square Knishes are back on store shelves, in delis, and at food carts.
Rabbi Yuval Cherlow advocates rabbinic approval of cloned meat “so that people would not starve, to prevent pollution, and to avoid the suffering of animals.”
China's state-owned Bright Food is in negotiations with Tnuva, Israel’s largest food company.
A lawsuit prompts the Chief Rabbinate of Israel to allow women to become kosher supervisors.
Over the past decade the world has gone through what experts have dubbed the cocktail renaissance, marked by the return of mixed spirits to the menu.


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