Madridge Journal of Food Technology

ISSN: 2577-4182

About Journal

Madridge Journal of Food Technology (MJFT) includes a set of physical, chemical or biological methods and practices used to modify raw ingredients into food and its transmutation into other forms in the food processing industry. The journal of food technology provides an open-access platform to publish the original research papers and provides the rapid distribution of prominent research analysis in various disciplines comprising the processing and technology of food. Impact Factor: 4.437

MJFT is an authorized publication that publishes peer-reviewed research papers and reviews in all branches of science, technology, engineering, and packaging of foods and food products. Specific emphasis is specified to fundamental and applied research findings that have the potential for improving product quality, expand the shelf life of fresh and processed food products and develops process efficiency.

Critical reviews on new or novel perspectives in food handling and processing, innovative, creative and emerging technologies and future research in food products and food industry byproducts are also welcome. The journal also publishes reviews relative to all aspects of food science, technology, and engineering.

Madridge Journal of food technology does not stick to any particular field in food & fodder. It is mainly dedicated to publishing novel methods and advancements in food technology through quality research and a better understanding of food science and technology.


 Natural Products and Medicinal Plants

 Food and Nutrition

 Enzymology and Enzyme Engineering

 Food farming and machinery

 Food economics

 Food microbiology

 Food processing, preservation and packaging

 Environmental issues in food manufacturing

 Fermentation technology

 Molecular gastronomy

 Food technology

 Food industry and health hazard

 Engineering for food safety

 Food production and demand on a global basis

 Food chemistry

 Animal science and nutrition

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