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First book on animals in the fashion industry launching in May 2018!

Joshua Katcher, easily the most influential men’s designer in the realm of vegan fashion, is about to publish his first book – Fashion Animals. ‘It’s 2018 and the scale of animal exploitation in fashion continues to grow. The fashion industry has an intentionally hidden history of staggering, global impacts on animals and the environment, from […]


New app launched to help vegans keep track of nutrition

The Vegan Society has recently announced the launch of a handy nutrition app designed to help vegans hit their nutritional targets every day by providing an easy-to-use checklist and personalised tips. VNutrition is aimed at new vegans, those trying out veganism or those who want to assess the quality of a well-established vegan diet. It was […]


Veganism has gone mainstream

Our Director’s latest piece in the Jewish Chronicle: As Veganuary comes to an end, have you been inspired to eat a plant-based diet, especially with Tu b’shvat on the horizon? It’s official, veganism has landed. Supermarkets are rushing to bring out vegan ranges. Tesco has really pushed the boat out, enlisting the help of former […]


Vegan delights at Boxpark, London

To celebrate one of London’s fastest growing food trends, Veganuary, Boxpark is pleased to announce a number of delicious, vegan dishes that will be available at both Shoreditch and Croydon. From Indian, Brazilian to Italian and Turkish, there will be a huge variety of vegan dishes bursting with flavour for those trying out a vegan […]


Hazana: around the world in Jewish vegetable dishes

If you or your family are inspired by Veganuary (the push for people to go vegan this month) or even simply reducing their meat intake, don’t panic over menu-planning. Help is at hand. Food writer Paola Gavin, a vegetarian for all of her adult life, has a new book out called Hazana (Quadrille Publishing), packed […]


Tu b’shvat: Fruit & nuts take centre stage

Click here to read Sarah Chandler’s take on Tu b’shvat, the Jewish new year for the trees, an entirely vegan Jewish festival.


Eco Synagogue Launch: Book your free ticket: 30th January in London

Keynote speaker: His Grace Archbishop Rowan Williams Join us at the launch event on erev Tu b’Shvat, and hear from our guest speakers and pioneering synagogues about how Eco Synagogue is helping prepare them to tackle climate change and environmental issues one step at a time. Eco Synagogue is a project to help synagogues to […]

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Brand new JVS magazine out now!

Click here to read our latest magazine With 2018 just around the corner we are eagerly awaiting the release of the film version of Jonathan Safran Foer’s book, ‘Eating Animals’, which has played a big role in inspiring people to move towards a veggie diet. With 2018 just around the corner we are eagerly awaiting the […]

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Tops tips for Veganuary

Top food blogger says embracing Veganuary is easy with the right attitude. Veganuary is a charity inspiring people to try vegan for January and throughout the rest of the year. Click here to find out more / to sign up for free. As the number of those signing up to Veganuary reaches 80,000 this year, top […]


Things my dog has taught me about being a better human – Rabbi Jonathan Wittenberg

JVS Patron, and Senior Rabbi to Masorti Judaism, Jonathan Wittenberg has recently released ‘Things my dog has taught me about being a better human’ – he says his dogs have taught him — more than anything else — how to appreciate the wonderful world in which we live — and how to develop better relationships […]

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