Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture

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Edited By: Mark Shepherd and Andrew Waterhouse

Impact Factor: 1.759

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 6/57 (Agriculture Multidisciplinary); 26/71 (Chemistry Applied); 47/124 (Food Science & Technology)

Online ISSN: 1097-0010

Associated Title(s): Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining, Chemistry & Industry, Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, Pest Management Science, Polymer International

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JSFA welcomes two new Editors in Chief

 Dr. Mark Shepherd Prof. Andrew Waterhouse
Dr. Mark ShepherdProfessor Andrew Waterhouse

JSFA welcomes two new Editors in Chief in 2014: Dr Mark Shepherd and Prof. Andrew Waterhouse

Senior Scientist at the Climate, Land and Environment Group of New Zealand’s Crown Research Institute AgResearch, Dr Mark Shepherd specialises in nutrient management in agricultural systems with an emphasis on sustainable production.

One of the most highly cited researchers in agriculture by ISI Andrew L Waterhouse specialises in the chemical analysis of wine. As Professor of Enology he has held the John E. Kinsella Chair in Food, Nutrition and Health, and the Marvin Sands Endowed Chair, is a winner of the Medical Friends of Wine Research Award, a UC Davis Chancellor’s Fellow award and holds an honorary doctorate from the University of Bordeaux.

Emphasis will be given to addressing key topics such as potential food security breaches as well as research to underpin sustainable food production - crucial if society is to cope with increasing global population and demand for food.


Don't miss Professor Waterhouse's C&I webinar:

Will uncorking become a lost custom? C&I webinarWill uncorking become a lost custom? Innovation and tradition in wine bottle closures
25 Feb 2014 – 16.00 GMT

Traditional foods and street foods are increasingly attracting the interest of consumers and manufacturers and recently efforts have been made to define ‘traditional foods’ to enable a scientific and regulatory approach to their study and management.
View this Special Issue with a selection of presented papers from the Traditional Food International (TFI-2012) meeting and the conjoined Street Food Seminar representing a range of topics dealt with at the congress.

Read the Editorial free here: Traditional foods: from culture, ecology and diversity, to human health and potential for exploitation

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