Journal of Food Science

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  • Editorial Board: Advisory Board
  • Published Date: 22 June 2010
  • Source / Publisher: Wiley - IFT
  • Copyright: © 2010 Institute of Food Technologists®

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The goal of the Journal of Food Science is to offer scientists, researchers, and other food professionals the opportunity to share knowledge of scientific advancements in the myriad disciplines affecting their work, through a respected peer-reviewed publication. The Journal of Food Science serves as an international forum for vital research and developments in food science. The range of topics covered in the journal include:

  • Food Chemistry
  • Food Engineering and Physical Properties
  • Food Microbiology and Safety
  • Sensory and Food Quality
  • Nanoscale Food Science, Engineering, and Technology
  • Health, Nutrition, and Food
  • Toxicology and Chemical Food Safety
  •  Concise Reviews and Hypotheses in Food Science

Aims and Scope

The goal of the Journal of Food Science is to offer scientists, researchers, and other food professionals the opportunity to share knowledge of scientific advancements in the myriad disciplines affecting their work, through a respected peer-reviewed publication. The Journal of Food Science serves as an international forum for vital research and developments in food science.

The range of topics covered in the journal include:

  • Concise Reviews and Hypotheses in Food Science
  • Food Chemistry
  • Food Engineering and Physical Properties
  • Food Microbiology and Safety
  • Sensory and Food Quality
  • Nanoscale Food Science, Engineering, and Technology
  • Health, Nutrition, and Food
  • Toxicology and Chemical Food Safety

The Journal of Food Science publishes peer-reviewed articles that cover all aspects of food science, including safety and nutrition. Reviews should be 15 to 50 typewritten pages (including tables, figures, and references), should provide in-depth coverage of a narrowly defined topic, and should embody careful evaluation (weaknesses, strengths, explanation of discrepancies in results among similar studies) of all pertinent studies, so that insightful interpretations and conclusions can be presented. Hypothesis papers are especially appropriate in pioneering areas of research or important areas that are afflicted by scientific controversy.

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