The meat industry’s response to COVID-19 was a confluence of cruelty to animals and workers alike—yet the owners are doing better than ever
Jewish institutions go beyond traditional notions of what makes meat kosher to address everything from climate change to animal welfare to workers’ rights
Technology and consumer demand are powerful tools to eliminate the sickening horrors of factory farms
In upholding bans on kosher and halal animal slaughter, Europe’s Court of Justice affirmed the acceptability of an ugly new expression of an old prejudice
Food-justice initiatives bring Jewish values to the farm—and the dinner table
The month is a call to compassion for all creatures
PETA responds to Tablet’s article about the organization’s latest campaign
How can we square conspicuous extravagance with laws of modesty? What about Jewish laws about treating animals humanely?
It’s for ethical treatment of animals. Seriously. (Update: the award is apparently a spoof)
Plus an interfaith choir in London, and more in the news
As animal-free eating catches on, restaurants, websites, and cooking classes reflect the latest food trend
The Dutch parliament moved last week to prohibit the ritual slaughter of animals, putting the notoriously tolerant Netherlands on a path to ban a practice key to both Jewish and Muslim observance
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