Journal of Food Quality

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  • Editorial Board: Terri D. Boylston, Ph.D., Iowa
  • Published Date: 22 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley
  • Copyright: © 2010 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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This is the only scientific, peer-reviewed journal explicitly devoted to issues of food quality. Readers will discover articles on the handling of food from a quality and sensory perspective. Every issue is teeming with research papers, and “research notes,” a section which provides readers with a new perspective or application on existing methodology. International in scope and including quality related to medical and functional foods in real-time rapid measurement, this is the must-have publication for scientists and graduate students. Sign up to receive your copy today!
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This is the only fully peer-reviewed scientific journal explicitly devoted to issues of food quality. With food quality being of paramount concern to consumers, quality control personnel within food-producing companies need up-to-date and high-quality information to keep abreast of key issues in the area. This important, international journal provides such cutting-edge information, much of it of potential commercial importance.

Readers will discover articles on the handling of food from a quality and sensory perspective. Every issue is teeming with research papers, and “research notes,” a section which provides readers with a new perspective or application on existing methodology.

The journal also covers:

  • Methodology for monitoring food quality
  • Methodology for monitoring nutritional quality
  • Shelf life testing and validation of rapid shelf life studies
  • Environmental factors affecting food quality
  • Impact of present and proposed regulations on the quality of the food supply
  • Statistical interpretation of quality control data
  • Original techniques for measuring various quality attributes

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