European Journal of Food Research & Review (EJFRR) welcomes research papers, reviews, short communications, case studies and extended abstracts of governmental reports in all areas of food science and nutrition.
The subject matters include:
Food policy matters
Public health nutrition
Food consumption and composition
Grey literature government reports
(See the complete scope here)
This journal is an international journal and scope is not confined by boundary of any country or region.
Review mechanism for extended abstracts
In case of extended abstracts of grey literature government reports, the extended abstract and the full report will be subjected to peer review. However, the full report will only be judged as “acceptable” or “not acceptable”. In case of an acceptable report the text of the full report will not be changed as it is already published on an institute’s website, but the extended abstract will be judged as a normal manuscript. Hence, the peer review will cover both the extended abstract (as a normal paper) as well as the full report (with a yes or no judgement). Only if the full report is considered “acceptable” the extended abstract can be judged acceptable (possibly upon revision).
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