Flavour and Fragrance Journal

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Editor-in-Chief: Alain Chaintreau

Impact Factor: 1.761

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 28/71 (Chemistry Applied); 47/123 (Food Science & Technology)

Online ISSN: 1099-1026

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Upcoming Fragrance Allergens Special Issue

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FFJ allergen VI

Open for submission until the end of September, why not submit your fragranceallergen research to this upcoming special issue?

In gathering the research and making it free for the whole community to read, existing questions can be answered and new questions asked.

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Recommended Practices for Analytical Chemists working in food, flavours, perfumes and essential oil industries

Correct analyses are of vital importance, in particular regarding sampling, identification, quantification and sensory analysis practices

With this in mind, the editors have created a new type of article: ‘Recommended Practices’. In these articles the authors describe the key steps of important techniques that are used in the flavour and fragrance domain by both the industry and academia.

So far Flavour and Fragrance Journal has published five Recommended Practices. We are happy that our website can present these articles for free downloading.

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Special Issues

Flavour and Fragrance Journal publishes the findings ofThe 43rd International Symposium on Essential Oils (ISEO2012)

The natural bioactivity of essential oils and volatiles is taken advantage of in pest control for agriculture, to aromatize and increase the shelf life of foods and beverages, and to provide a better quality of life, and health protection. This Special Issue looks into the wide range of studies being conducted on just some of these topics as well as how this knowledge can provide the tools and means to find innovative fields of application of essential oils and volatiles, at the agricultural, commercial, industrial and medicinal levels.

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In June 2012 the Scientific Committee on Consumer Safety (SCCS) advised the European Commission on how best to update regulations on fragrance allergens in cosmetic products. In light of this, Flavour and Fragrance Journal will publish a Special Issue on fragrance allergens and would like to invite authors to submit manuscripts in this area.

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