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FOOD CONTROL

出版年份:1990 年文章数:502 投稿命中率:43.75%

出版周期:Monthly 自引率:15.7% 审稿周期:平均1.63月

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审稿速度
平均1.63月 (网友贡献,非官方数据)
投稿命中率
43.75% (网友贡献,非官方数据)
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2019年中国人文章占该期刊总数量27.56% (2018年为23.79%)
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15.7 %
年文章数
502
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At a time when the food industry has to keep pace with changes in food production and consumption, Food Control provides an essential information tool for all those involved in this field. The unique coverage of current research, technology, legislation and good practices enables readers to keep abreast of important international developments in all areas of food control research and to take effective action in implementing food control. It helps those involved to maintain and improve food safety and quality and to assess and respond to changing trends in consumer requirements. The scope of Food Control is comprehensive and includes original research papers, short papers, notes and comments that report on new developments in all of the areas of food control listed below. Authoritative reviews are published together with patent reports, a calendar of forthcoming meetings, book reviews and reports on recent conferences. Food Control covers: good manufacturing practices quality assurance and control hazard analysis, HACCP and food safety objectives risk assessment including microbial risk assessment food process systems design and control environmental control and safety novel foods and processes codes of practice, legislation and international harmonization consumer issues sensor technology rapid methods of analysis and detection education, training and research needs Months of publication: February, April, June, August, October and December. Index bound in last issue of calendar year. Related Conference Food Safety Objectives: Public Health, HACCP and Science will take place on December 4-5, 2000 at Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA. The conference will explore ways and means of improving food safety through Food Safety Objectives (FSOs) focussing on the following topics; Testing and Detection; Microbiology; Food Processing Technology; Public Health and Consumer Behavior. For details visit http://www.elsevier.com/locate/fso2000