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Contents Vol. 8, No. 1, June 2019
Barley: A Cereal with Potential for Development of Functional Fermented Foods
Probiotic Characterization of Indigenous Lactic Strains using Foldscope and Development of Functional Yogurt More

About the Journal

International Journal of Fermented Foods aims to publish original articles which contain results of research in food science related to fermentation as a method of food processing and preservation. Fermentation is a process of food preservation with great potential. It is an environment friendly process, consumes less energy and produces less waste. It is easy to manage both under simple house hold conditions and in an industrial scale. It could be applied to a wide variety of raw materials to produce a variety of different finished food products. It has the advantage of being generally regarded as safe (GRAS) and offers immense opportunities for production of novel products which can be classified as "organic foods", "natural foods", "health foods", "convenience foods", "ethnic foods" "neutraceuticals" ,"functional foods" and not to forget "foods for clinical nutrition". Cereals, pulses, root crops, vegetables, fruits, meat and fish are preserved by one or other method of fermentation in some part of the world. 
The International Journal of Fermented Foods (IJFF) will publish high-quality research articles that meet the general criteria of significance and academic excellence, written in English, in all areas of the subject Fermented Foods. The journal will be published half yearly to start with and then converted to quarterly in two years. It will also accommodate review articles on any area of fermented foods viz., technology, microbiology, biochemistry, nutrition, health, marketing, etc. It will also publish work on probiotics, prebiotics, synbiotics, neutraceuticals and related clinical studies.
IJFF is now Indexed in National Academy of Agricultural Science (NAAS: 3.53)

About the Society(SASNET)

SASNET is an interdisciplinary network for the production and dissemination of research, education, and information about South Asia (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka). SASNET produces and disseminates knowledge and research about South Asia in three principal ways. First, SASNET produces knowledge about South Asia through research, seminars, workshops, and conferences . Second, SASNET supports research, seminars, and international collaborations at Lund University. Third. SASNET collaborates with Swedish and Nordic universities that have a strong focus on South Asia. In addition, SASNET supports the South Asian Student Association (SASA), which is a platform for education and cultural exchange between students at Lund University. SASNET is a subdivision of the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies (CMES).


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