The Food and Nutrition Bulletin welcomes the submission of policy analyses, state-of-the-art summaries, and original scientific articles relating to multidisciplinary efforts to alleviate the problems of hunger and malnutrition in the developing world. Also of interest are “Short Communications,” defined as papers that explore a topic with the customary scientific rigor but that do not need extensive analysis and discussion of the data or that have useful information that is not sufficient for a full article.
The content of the articles must be broadly applicable to nutrition research interests and needs in developing countries; articles that pertain only to individuals in a single discipline or within a single country or region will not be accepted.
How to submit
After article submission
Once the FNB receives the comments from peer reviewers, the FNB editors and editor-in-chief make a final decision regarding publication. At this stage, the corresponding author may be asked to make certain revisions based on peer reviewer suggestions to be accepted for publication. If a manuscript is not accepted for publication, the corresponding author will receive a letter from the editor which will include an explanation for the decision.
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