Jewish Vegetarian Society


The Jewish Vegetarian Society (JVS) is an international charity dedicated to promoting a kinder society, without killing animals for food. Established in 1966, the JVS spreads awareness of the benefits of rejecting cruelty to animals and the extension of this to an improved society where mankind is not cruel to fellow beings, both human and animals.

The JVS publishes a quarterly magazine, The Jewish Vegetarian, and works through public education, research and special events. The JVS is open to all and offers two grades of membership - a) practising vegetarians and b) non-vegetarians who are in sympathy with the movement. Membership is £12 per annum for an individual and £15 per annum for a family. Free recipes, news and handy tips on becoming vegetarian are available on the JVS website.


Tel: +44 (0) 20 8455 0692


Bet Teva,
855 Finchley Road,
London NW11 8LX
United Kingdom

Key Words

vegetarian, vegan, Jewish, sustainable, environment, recipes, cooking, animals, religion, travel

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Tuesday, 17 January, 2012 - 10:57

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