Aims and Scope

The Korean Journal of Food and Nutrition (Korean J. Food & Nutr.) is the official journal published quarterly in March, June, September, and December each year. Contributions written in English and Korean are welcomed in the form of review articles, research papers, and research notes. This journal aims to promote and encourage the advancement of the field of food science with nutrition. Topics covered include:

•impact of nutritional science on food product development
•nutritional implications of food processing
•nutritional quality of novel foods
•food-nutrient interactions
•use of fermentation and biotechnology in food science/nutrition
•nutritional and physiological aspects of bioactive compounds in food
•dietary requirements and nutritive value of food


ISO abbreviation of journal title

The official title of the journal is 'The Korean Journal of Food and Nutrition' and the abbreviated title is 'Korean J. Food & Nutr.'

Year of launching (history)

The Korean Journal of Food and Nutrition was launched in 1988.

Indexed in database

Some, or all, of the articles in this journal are indexed in Ksfan, DOI/crossref, Google scholar, and the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF).

Fund support

This journal was supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies (KOFST) Grant funded by the Korean Government.