Journal of Food Science

Access more than 300 papers each year, totaling more than 2,000 pages of original research and scientific reviews, when you subscribe to the Journal of Food Science.

Published since 1936, the Journal of Food Science (JFS) brings peer-reviewed original research reports and critical reviews across the food science spectrum to professionals at major food companies, government agencies, and universities, worldwide.

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  • Use insights into the latest fundamental science developments to spur innovation and new applications within your own organization
  • Avoid duplication of existing research
  • Access JFS’ fully searchable online archive, dating back to 1936
  • Gain invaluable intelligence for researching grant proposals

Impact Factor (2013): 1.791
Journal Citation Reports © Ranking (2013): 38/123 (Food Science & Technology)

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JFS January 2015 cover

Volume 80 Issue 1 (January 2015)

Issue Highlights: Research on Early Warning of Food Security Using a System Dynamics Model: Evidence from Jiangsu Province in China (p. R1-9); Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus in Raw Meats and Prepared Foods in Public Hospitals in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil (p. M147-150); On the Possibility of Nonfat Frying using Molten Glucose (p. E66-72); Improvement of Flavor and Viscosity in Hot and Cold Break Tomato Juice and Sauce by Peel Removal (p. S171-179)

Editorial Mission

The Editorial Mission of JFS 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.With authors from more than 90 countries and readers from 50 countries, JFS is an international forum for vital research and developments in food science.

Along with Concise Reviews and Hypothesis papers (both open access), research areas include: Food Chemistry, Toxicology, Engineering, Physical Properties, Microbiology, Safety, Sensory, Nanoscience, Health, and Nutrition.


Take 5 for Food Science
SooLee JFS Take 5

Soo Yeun Lee, PhD and Shelly Schmidt, PhD, from Univ. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, tell us about their research into the sensory differences between beet and cane sugars.

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