International Journal of Food Science & Technology

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  • Editorial Board: Professor Christopher Smith, UK
  • Published Date: 22 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; ISFT
  • Copyright: 2010 Institute of Food Science and Technology

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A leading international forum for high quality research with a practical application in food.

The International Journal of Food Science & Technology (IJFST) is published for the Institute of Food Science and Technology, the IFST. This authoritative and well-established journal publishes in a wide range of subjects including pure research in the various sciences associated with food; and practical experiments designed to improve technical processes. Subjects covered include:

  • proximate analysis
  • novel foods
  • food quality assurance and food safety
  • raw material composition of food
  • food storage and distribution
  • consumer acceptance of foodstuffs
  • physical properties of food
  • food engineering practices
  • food marketing
  • food manufacturing techniques
  • Aims and Scope

This authoritative and well-established journal publishes in a wide range of subjects, ranging from pure research in the various sciences associated with food to practical experiments designed to improve technical processes. Subjects covered range from raw material composition to consumer acceptance, from physical properties to food engineering practices, and from quality assurance and safety to storage, distribution, marketing and use. While the main aim of the Journal is to provide a forum for papers describing the results of original research, review articles are also welcomed.

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