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Food Science & Nutrition

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Edited By: Y. Martin Lo

Online ISSN: 2048-7177

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Food Science & Nutrition’s publication charge for authors submitting directly to the journal is $1,950 / £1,250 / €1,465. For authors referred from another Wiley journal via the Manuscript Transfer Program the publication charge is discounted by 20%: $1,560 / £1,000 / €1,172.

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 Discount Reference  Discount Amount  Description
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