Flavour and Fragrance Journal
© John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Editor-in-Chief: Alain Chaintreau
Impact Factor: 1.424
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2011: 30/71 (Chemistry Applied); 53/128 (Food Science & Technology)
Online ISSN: 1099-1026
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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.
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The Weurman Conferences are important events in the calendar of the flavour and fragrance communities. The last one took place in Zaragoza, Spain, and attracted researchers from all continents. The Chairman of the 2011 Weurman Conference, Vicente Ferreira, invited all participants to submit research articles or reviews to Flavour and Fragrance Journal.
This was an enormous success and we had to split the content into two issues. The first part published as issue 4 and the second part as issue 6 in Volume 27. The combined content of these two special issues gives a good idea of the quality and breadth of science in this research area. Why not enjoy a “dessert” and read the following article published in the second part of these special issues:Changes in strawberry volatile sulfur compounds due to genotype, fruit maturity and sample preparation
Xiaofen Du, Vance Whitaker and Russell Rouseff