The FNB publishes 4 regular quarterly issues, as well as 1-4 supplements per year. Researchers, policy makers and institutions from over 100 countries throughout the world subscribe to the Bulletin:
Countries with FNB subscribers (shown in orange)
As of January, 2011, the FNB transitioned from a print-based publication to a web-based publication. This means that the primary way to access the journal will be online. Subscribers will no longer receive print copies of the journal unless they order a subscription that includes both print and online access.
Current subscription rates are as follows:
How to Subscribe
Subscription orders will be activated after payment is received. Payments can be made by bank check directly to the Nevin Scrimshaw International Nutrition Foundation, by credit card, or through an approved Subscription Agent.
Subsidized (free) subscriptions
The extent to which requests for free subscriptions can be met depends on available funds. Individuals living in industrialized countries or holding international posts working with international and bilateral agencies, international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and private corporations are not eligible for subsidized (free) subscriptions.
To apply for a subsidized subscription:
The new FNB website can be accessed at the same URL: www.foodandnutritionbulletin.org
For any technical problems accessing the website, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Benefits to Online Subscriptions
Online Benefits for Institutions
Claims and orders for print issues
As noted above, most print issues to subscribers will be discontinued as of January 2011, except for subscribers who purchase print and online subscriptions. For these orders, the following policies apply to making claims for print copies: