Information on scientific papers published in Food Testing Notices
The Editorial Board of our journal is constantly waiting for manuscripts related to the topics of different disciplines.
Please send the papers to the email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The most important topics that can be published in the newspaper are summarized below:
- Chemical testing of food and feed (ingredients, macro-, meso- and micro-ingredients, hazardous contaminants, transformation products from production, etc.);
- General food and feed chemistry, which can be related to different food and feed production processes;
- Food and feed toxicology;
- Relationships between agricultural production technology and food chain safety;
- Microbiological testing of food and feed (pathogenic, perishable microorganisms, general food and feed microbiology, microbiology of certain production technologies);
- Rapid test methods for food and feed ("classical" and instrumental analytical technologies);
- Molecular biological analysis of food and feed (GMOs, GMO analysis, etc.);
- Sensory examination of food and feed;
- Testing of non-food products (mainly disinfectants, processing additives);
- Testing of food contact materials (FCM) (migration tests, residue tests etc.);
- Legal issues related to issues affecting the entire food chain in the field of raw material production, manufacturing, retail and wholesale (regulations of EU, Hungary and other countries);
- Regulatory news and comments on food chain issues;
- Other topics, research results (the Editorial Board reserves the right to judge manuscripts received by the Publisher according to the principles of the spirit of the newspaper);
The Editorial Board respectfully requests authors of scientific articles to keep in mind the requirements listed below:
- When submitting the manuscript, please provide details of all authors (authors' names, academic degrees, qualifications, telephone numbers, e-mail and full postal addresses, job title, other information deemed important by the authors) in order to keep in touch during the period of processing, editing, and language translation of their manuscripts. Please also give us your ORCID. An ORCID ID can be requested free of charge after registration on the website www.orcid.org. Our Editorial Board declares that it handles all data of our authors in accordance with GDPR rules. If any of our authors do not consent to the disclosure of any of the personal information requested above, please notify our Editorial Office in writing. Due to lack of this, our Editorial Board considers that the data subjects have consented to the public disclosure of their name, academic degree, e-mail address, place of work and ORCID. We declare that the telephone numbers of the authors will not provided in the published manuscripts, they are used only to maintain a continuous relationship with the authors.
- Please send the text, images and diagrams in a separate file (different images and Excel charts, spreadsheets) so that the final editing of the final material in the journal can be done.
- Please use high quality, high resolution photos (> 1MB)
- Use bilingual text (Hungarian and English) if you want to edit the images yourself (it is better if the images are not subtitled, but the text intended for them is sent to us separately)
- The bold symbols containing numbers , , ,…, [N] are used to denote scientific articles cited in the dissertation. If more than one link can be linked to the content at the same time, use a square bracket e.g. thus: [2, 8, 29, 46]
- Please cite the cited source works in the bibliography according to the following syntax (examples):
In the case of an article: where the bold number is the volume and the number in parentheses is the issue number!
 Anderson O.D., Békés F. (2011): Incorporation of High-molecular-weight Glutenin Subunits Into Doughs Using 2 gram Mixograph and Extensigraph. Journal of Cereal Science 54 (1) pp. 288-295.
In case of a textbook:
 Drèze J, Sen A. (1989): Hunger and Public Action. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
In case of standard:
 Hungarian Standards Body (MSzT) (1984): Examination of the homogeneity of dairy raw materials and dairy products. Hungarian Standard MSZ 12047-1984. Hungarian Standards Body, Budapest.
In case of doctoral dissertations:
 Nagy D. (2012): Genetic testing of adult-type hypolactasia in present-day and ancient samples. PhD Dissertation. University of Szeged, Szeged, Hungary.
For other documentation:
 Hungarian Dairy Experimental Institute (MTKI) (1993): Production method of low fat butter creams. Technology and Technical Documentation. MTKI, Mosonmagyaróvár.
For an Internet link: where the first year indicates the year of publication on the net. and the date of access is in the order of day-month-year!
 Central Statistical Office (2017): 4.1.18. Cultivation and use of major fruits (2014–). http://www.ksh.hu/docs/eng/xstadat/xstadat_eves/i_omn006a.htmlAccess / Acquired: 02. 12. 2018.
An outline of the practice of reviewing scientific manuscripts received by the Editorial Board is presented in the flowchart below: