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The journal Food and Feed Research publishes original papers that have not been published previously (peer-reviewed original articles, short communications, case reports, review articles). Food and Feed Research is an Open Access journal.

Contributions to journal shall be submitted in English language, with summaries in English and Serbian (for non-Serbian authors translation will be provided by the editorial staff). Food and Feed Research has no restrictions on the length of manuscripts, provided that the text is concise and comprehensive.

Article types

Original research papers report results of original scientific studies. The material should not have been previously published. The journal considers all original research manuscripts provided that the work reports scientifically sound experiments and brings a sufficient amount of new information to the field. Experimental procedures should be presented in sufficient detail to enable verification of the data. The manuscript should provide a concise and precise description of the experimental results, their interpretation and proper discussion. Quality and impact of the material will be considered during peer review.

Review articles are up-to-date, critical but constructive and conclusive summary and discussion of the relevant literature concerning any subject falling within the scope of the journal, which is of active current interest. Reviews should be accompanied by an abstract and references must conform to the journal’s style.

Short communication is a brief report of scientifically sound research, but of limited scope, that contributes new knowledge, ideas, findings that are expected to have a significant impact on a current problem. It is suitable for presenting important preliminary research findings or recording the results of complete small investigations, which will not be included in a later paper. It is also appropriate for the presentation of research that extends previously published research, provided that the previous work is clearly acknowledged.

Case reports are descriptive studies on an authentic case or case series observed from laboratory/clinical practice that have scientific value and represent at least incremental knowledge in the field within the scope of the journal.  They may describe novel techniques or use of equipment, or new information on diseases of importance. Especially welcome are reports on unusual, unexpected or rare scientific observations. Case reports must be brief but well-described with main components such as Introduction, Case report, Discussion, Conclusion and References.

Previous paper versions. Papers previously reported at a congress, symposium, workshop etc. will be also considered for publishing (under the same or different title) if they have not been published in proceedings as full papers. A note about the paper presentation at a relevant conference should be made in the footer of the first page.

Submission guidelines

Manuscripts are submitted online via online management system Aseestant.

Privacy statement

The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.


Papers must be written in English and authors are urged for clarity and accuracy of information and language. Authors whose first language is not English should have their papers checked for linguistic accuracy by an English language professional.

Submitted manuscripts should conform to the format explained below. Note that the Guidelines for authors and an Article Template (intended to help authors in formatting manuscripts) are available on www.foodandfeed.fins.uns.ac.rs.

Manuscripts should provide the text, tables, and figures included in a single Microsoft Word file, typed (if not stated differently) in Times New Roman font, 11 pt, with single spacing, 2.5 cm all four margins. In Page setup, the format A4 should be chosen. SI (Système International) units should be used. Abbreviations of names should be defined when first mentioned in the body of the paper, unless commonly used and internationally known and accepted.

Sections of the manuscript must be in the following order: Title, Abstract, Key words, Introduction, Materials and methods, Results and discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgements, References, as well as Abstract and Key words in Serbian. Names of sections should be typed bold and (with exception of Key words) in uppercase letters, aligned left.

TITLE should be limited in length, but should comprise important key words so that the reader has an understanding of the manuscript content. It should be typed in Calibri (Body) font, 13 pt, bold, left aligned, single spaced and in uppercase letters. A type of article (i.e. original research paper, short communication, review paper) should be proposed above the title typed in Calibri (Body) italic, 10 pt, aligned right.

Full name(s), middle initial(s) and surname(s), as well as affiliation of author(s), with asterisk next to the name of the corresponding author, should be typed in Times New Roman 10 pt and left aligned below the title. Affiliation should be given in a way to follow the institution’s organization starting from the top (e.g. University of Novi Sad, Institute of Food Technology, Department of Feed Technology). Telephone, fax number and e-mail address of the corresponding author is given below the names of authors, typed in Times New Roman 9 pt and aligned left.

ABSTRACT (typed in Times New Roman 10 pt) should explain the aim of the paper and include the most relevant results and conclusions. No abbreviations or references should appear in the abstract. Directly below the abstract, authors should provide the key words.

Key words (typed in Times New Roman italic, 10 pt) should express the main topic of the paper and should not contain more than 6 words or phrases, which should be separated by commas.

INTRODUCTION. It is particularly important that the introductory part be as brief as possible and clear in description of the aims of investigation. Previous relevant work regarding the topic of the manuscript should be included with references. Latin words, phrases and abbreviations, including generic and specific names, should be written in italic.

MATERIALS AND METHODS. Experimental part should be written clearly and in sufficient detail to allow the work to be verified. Detailed description is required only for new techniques and procedures, while the known methods must be cited as references. For chemicals and apparatus used full data should be given including the name, company/manufacturer and country of origin. Statistical design and analysis should also be included.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION can be written as two separate or one combined section. Discussion should not be merely the repetition of the obtained results. Each table and figure must have all necessary information to be understood independently of the text. The same data should not be presented as both figures and tables. Whenever it is possible formulae and equations should be written in one line. All figures (graphs, photographs, diagrams, as well as their symbols) must be presented in distinguished black and white versions, without use of grey/shaded options and with good contrast (please see the Article Template). Photos must have resolution of at least 300 dpi and be clearly visible when printed out. Figure title should be placed at the bottom of each figure, while title of tables should appear above the tables. Values on the x- and y-axes must be clear and visible, decimal numbers must have dots and not commas. Footnotes to tables should be indicated by superscript letters or symbols. Experimental variability and statistical significance should be stated clearly.

CONCLUSIONS. It must not be merely the repetition of the content of the preceding sections. It may not be omitted or merged with the previous section.

АCKNOWLEDGEMENTS for support/assistance should be kept at minimum and given at the end of the manuscript, before references.

REFERENCES (typed in Times New Roman 9 pt) should include recent international publications. If the original literature cited has not been available, the authors should quote the source used. The references should be numerated in alphabetical order and should be cited exactly the way they appear in the original publication.

Starting from issue 2, volume 47 (2020), the journal implements APA referencing style. Examples of most frequent reference sources formatted in APA style are displayed below. For more detailed information about APA referencing style, please refer to the APA FAQ.


Syed, Z. H., Mushtaq, A. B., Bazila, N., Tawheed, A., & Naik, H. R. (2019). Characteristics of resistant starch in water chestnut flour as improved by preconditioning process. International Journal of Food Properties, 22(1), 449–461. https://doi.org/10.1080/10942912.2019.1588300


Bradley-Johnson, S. (1994). Psychoeducational assessment of students who are visually impaired or blind: Infancy through high school (2nd ed.). Austin, TX: Pro-ed.

Steel, R. G. D., & Torrie, J. H. (1980). Principles and procedures of statistics. A biometrical approach (2nd ed., pp. 20–90). New York, NY: McGraw‐Hill.

Books with more chapters:

Chrastil, J. (1994). Effect of storage on the physicochemical properties and quality evaluation factors of rice. In W. E. Marshall & J. I. Wadsworth (Eds.), Rice science and technology (pp. 49–81). New York: CRC Press.

PhD and MSc thesis:

Kannapiran, A. (2003). Computational and experiments modeling of crushing prepared sugar cane (PhD thesis). James Cook University, Townsville, Australia.

Symposiums, Congresses:

Duan, M., & Loughran, G. J. (2004). A constitutive modeling analysis for deformation of prepared sugar cane. In Proceedings of the 7th Asia‐Pacific Symposium on Engineering Plasticity and Its Applications (AEPA 2004) (pp. 271–276). Shanghai, China. https://doi.org/10.4028/www.scientific.net/KEM.274-276.271

Official Methods, Standards:

AOAC. (2005). Official methods of analysis (18th ed.). Arlington, VA: Association of Official Analytical Chemists.

ASTM. (1992). American society for testing and materials. West Conshohocken, PA: Book of Standards, 0240 5.01.


European Commission. (2007). Making globalisation profitable. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

European Commission. (2012). Commision Regulation (EU) No. 432. Official Journal of the European Union, L136/1.

Pravilnik. (2013). Pravilnik o deklarisanju, označavanju i reklamiranju hrane. Službeni glasnik RS, 85/2013.

Pravilnik o kvalitetu i drugim zahtevima za fine pekarske proizvode, žita za doručak i snek proizvode. (2005). Službeni list SCG, 12/2005; Službeni glasnik RS, 43/2013 i dr. pravilnik.


American Psychiatric Association. (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). https://doi.org/10.1176/appi.books.9780890425596

Internet Document:

Food Standards Agency. (2002). Evaluating the risks associated with using GMOs in human foods (Technical report on the Food Standards Agency project G010008). University of Newcastle, UK. http://www.foodsafetynetwork.ca/gmo/gmnewcastlereport.pdf

National Cancer Institute. (2019). Taking time: Support for people with cancer (NIH Publication No. 18-2059). U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health. https://www.cancer.gov/publications/patient-education/takingtime.pdf

Norton, R. (2006, November 4). How to train a cat to operate a light switch [Video file]. Retrieved from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vja83KLQXZs

Each publication cited in the text must be listed in References. The parenthetical and in-text citations need to be arranged in the following way:

If there is only one author of the cited paper, the author's surname and the year of publication is stated in the brackets (Thomas, 2008). In case the same author has more publications in the same year, additional letters are added next to the year (Thomas, 2008a; Thomas, 2008b).

If there are two authors of the publication, surnames of authors and year of publication is written in the brackets (Thomas & Fenwick, 2008).

In the case of 3-5 authors, include all names in the first appearance in text citation (Smith, Jones, Brown & Harris, 2009) whereas in subsequent text appearances include only the first author's name followed by “et al.” and the date (Smith et al., 2009). If there are six or more authors, the surname of the first author is stated in the brackets, followed by abbreviation “et al.“ and year of publication (Thomas et al., 2008).

If more references are cited within the same brackets, citations should be done in chronological order.

In narrative citations, the author name is incorporated into the text as part of the sentence and the year follows in parentheses (Example: Koehler (2016) noted the dangers of falsely balanced news coverage.). In case of multiple authors, use word “and” in the narrative of the paper (Example: Thomas and Fenwick (2008) argued that…).

Abstract in Serbian should be written after the References and typed in Serbian (Latin), Times New Roman font 10 pt, with the title (in uppercase bold letters), full name(s), middle initial(s) and surname(s), and affiliation of author(s). Key words should be given below the abstract. Note: For Serbian language non-speaking authors, abstract in Serbian will be provided by the Editorial office.

For further clarification of formatting style and specifications, please see the manuscript sample available on the journal’s website.