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- Research and application in academia, research, industry;
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Vol 5, No 1 (2016): International Journal of Food Studies
We are very pleased to deliver you another issue (the 9th - vol 5 | issue 1) of the International Journal of Food Studies, that includes the last two invited papers from the 3rd International ISEKI_Food Conference - ISEKI_Food 2014 - Bridging Training and Research for Industry and the Wider Community - Food Science and Technology Excellence for a Sustainable Bioeconomy.
The International Journal of Food Studies is expected to be soon indexed by Scopus. The journal is in the final phase of the evaluation process and we are now waiting for the final decision of the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB).
We look forward to receive submissions of your work in the field of Food studies in Education, Research and Industry.
Cristina L.M. Silva | CBQF – Centro de Biotecnologia e Química Fina – Laboratório Associado, Escola Superior de Biotecnologia, Universidade Católica Portuguesa/Porto | Portugal
Table of Contents
- Education methods
|Developing and delivering food systems training programs for 21st century audiences|
|Troy Hahn, Patricia A. Curtis|
- Research and application
|The emulsifying effect of biosurfactants produced by food spoilage organisms in Nigeria|
|Christianah O. Ogunmola, Olusimbo O. Aboaba|
|Effects of knife edge angle and speed on peak force and specific energy when cutting vegetables of diverse texture|
|Vishal Singh, Madhusweta Das, Susanta Kumar Das|
|Barriers to using consumer science information in food technology innovations: An exploratory study using Delphi methodology|
|Marian E. Raley, Maddalena Ragona, Siet J. Sijtsema, Arnout R.H. Fischer, Lynn J. Frewer|
|Innovation and knowledge transference in a cluster user-driven innovation perspective – the Inovcluster experience|
|Teresa Paiva, Cláudia Domingues, Luis P. Andrade|
|Towards the development of a common starter culture for fufu and usi (edible starch): Screening for potential starters|
|Kubrat A. Oyinlola, Anthony A. Onilude, Oluwaseun E. Garuba|
|Following the trail of crumbs: A bibliometric study on consumer behavior in the Food Science and Technology field|
|Marcia-Gabriela C. Kasemodel, Fausto Makishi, Roberta C. Souza, Vivian-Lara Silva|
|A food recall case study in Australia – Towards the development of food safety applications for consumers|
|Adeola Bamgboje-Ayodele, Leonie Ellis, Paul Turner|
|Pronase hydrolysis as a pretreatment for quantifying Maillard intermediates during toasting of cornflakes|
|Mario A. Cueto, Abel E. Farroni, M. del Pilar Buera|
- Critical reviews of scientific literature
|The Atlantic diet – Origin and features|
|Manuela L. Vaz-Velho, Rita Pinheiro, Ana Sofia Rodrigues|