Food Science & Nutrition

The field of food science is highly interdisciplinary, spanning areas of chemistry, engineering, biology, and many more. Researchers in these areas achieve fundamental advances in our understanding of agriculture, nutrition, and food-borne illness, and develop new technologies, like food processing methods and packaging material. Against a backdrop of global issues of food supply and regulation, this important work is supported by Elsevier’s catalog of books, eBooks, and journals in food science, considered essential resources for students, instructors, and health professionals worldwide. Learn more about our Food Science and Nutrition books here.

Food Science & Nutrition

IFT Taster: 10 Free Reference Modules in Food Science Articles

We are thrilled to announce that we will be hosting a series of demonstrations for the Reference Module... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Impact Factors: Advances in Agronomy Rises

June is always an exciting time of the year for the academic publishing community as it is when... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Dietary Advice and Syncope Symptoms

Syncope is characterized as a transient loss of consciousness and muscle strength as a result of an acute... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Free Reference Modules in Food Science Articles

Elsevier enjoyed exhibiting at the IFT 2016 this year in Chicago, IL. The conference focused on all areas of food... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

2016 International Association for Food Protection Showcase

The International Association for Food Protection 2016 is the leading food safety conference in the US. Starting on... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

How to Eat Your Way to Better Grades

The saying goes that you are what you eat, so when it comes to exam time it makes... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Cuba’s Sustainable Agriculture at Risk in U.S. Thaw

President Obama’s trip to Cuba this week accelerated the warming of U.S.-Cuban relations. Many people in both countries... Read more

Food Science & Nutrition

Raise a Cup… of Coffee: WHO No Longer Says It Can Cause Cancer

Since 1991, coffee has been saddled with the label, “possibly causes cancer.” As of June 15, coffee got... Read more

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