DIGIVU focusses on curating the mass of online food processing and alternate enegy information for users of the site. There are, however, sources of information that the user should be following themselves rather than waiting for them to appear on the site.
I will be covering these in the next while and hope you will be able to link to them via free subscription or RSS, so that they become part of you reading.
The first is a journal edited by Ruth Oniang’o that focuses on nutrition, food processing and conumers in Africa.
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The next is the review journal of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT) published by Wiley Publications.
This journal is very different from AJFAND focussing on depth reviews of food science and food safety with a global rather than African Focus.
The third journal for this post is the Journal of Food Science and Technology, which is Wileys open acces journal in the food processing industry. Open access journals are free to access for all and normally require the author to cover the costs of publication.
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Both the Wiley journals offer RSS feed or email notifications to alert the reader to neweditions. The AFJAND journal unfortunately has no built in system for alerting readers to new journals. The reader therefore needs to subscribe to a service such as ChangeDetection.com (which is the only one I have tried) to be notified of changes to the website. Two articles shown below review a number of these services.