Affirm Journal of Food Microbiology

Affirm Journal of Food Microbiology is an international and peer-reviewed journal with an intercontinental advisory board. The journal documents the professional’s interest in any areas that connect to food microbiology. The focus of the journal is on theories and practice in effects of preservatives including bioprotectants, methods for microbiological and immunological examinations of foods, microbiological quality assurance, biocontrol, and microbiological aspects of food preservation and novel preservation techniques. The editorial board of the Affirm Journal of Food Microbiology invites authors to submit original papers, experimental studies, case studies and review papers to the journal. At Affirm Journal of Food Microbiology, we expect the authors to abide Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing suggested by The Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), the Open Access Scholarly Publishers Association (OASPA), and Scopus.

Scope and Focus

Automated and Molecular Methods When Validated in Food Systems
Effects of Preservatives Including Bioprotectants
Foodborne Microorganisms of Public Health Significance
Human microbiota and fermentation technologies
Incidence and Types of Food and Beverage Microorganisms
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Factors Affecting Microbial Survival and Growth in Foods
Methods for Enumeration of Foodborne Microorganisms or Microbial Toxins
Methods for Microbiological and Immunological Examinations of Foods
Microbial Communities and Ecology of foods and Microbial Interactions
Microbial Risk Assessment
Microbiological Aspects of Food Preservation and Novel Preservation Techniques
Microbiological Aspects of Foodborne Diseases of Microbial Origin
Microbiological Aspects of General and Sensorial Food Quality and Spoilage
Microbiological Quality Assurance
Microorganisms Involved in Food and Beverage Fermentations (Including Probiotics)
Predictive Microbiology and Applications to Foods

Editor in chief

Dr. Loghman

Abstracting and Indexing

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