Journal of Food Quality
Edited by: Terri D. Boylston, Ph.D.
Print ISSN: 0146-9428 Online ISSN: 1745-4557
Impact Factor: 0.758
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