About the Journal
R&D of Functional Food Products (RDFFP) is a peer-reviewed, open access scientific journal that explores the research and development (R&D) aspects in creating a functional food product. This journal, published by the Food Science Publisher, highlights the crucial steps after identifying bioactive compounds and a food vehicle to release a functional food product. It is a useful resource to food scientists, researchers, developers, and other individuals in the food industry to help create healthy and functional food products. This research can be beneficial to all individuals in the food industry that are seeking information in this field. R&D of Functional Food Products is a relevant and interesting field that requires a specialized location where information regarding the topic can be found.
R&D is essential in the process of creating a functional food product. It allows for efficient and smooth integration of the functional food product into the market. This will allow the progression towards the legitimization of functional food products.
In this journal, we hope to provide a space for information regarding R&D of functional food products. This can help our understanding of how functional food products can be added to the market. It is crucial to provide legitimate information and support to further advance the role that functional food plays in health promotion.
We are accepting article submissions for our upcoming article release. Please refer to our guidelines for article submissions found here.
Possible article topics include:
Current R&D systems in the United States, and other countries, in regards to functional foods.
Processes in the food industry that promotes R&D of functional food products.
Steps in R&D of functional food products.
Article Publication Costs - Waivers and Discounts
Food Science Publisher offers article publication cost waivers to papers whose corresponding authors are based in countries classified low-income economies. The current list is comprised of countries with lower-middle-income economies and with a 2021 gross domestic product of less than 200 billion US dollars (as of reference - World Bank 1st July 2022). The list can be found via the following link: [Click Here]