The Journal of Food and Medicinal Plants is a peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the dissemination of knowledge regarding plants that serve as food and medicine. Journals are published twice a year (June and December) by Institute for Research and Community Service, Universitas Andalas, West Sumatra.
The Journal of Food and Medicinal Plants is an essential reference filled with recent research and other valuable information associated with food and medicinal plants. The Journal serves as a focal point through which investigators and others may publish material of importance to the production, marketing, and utilization of these plants. The journal covers the following topics: agriculture, ecology, physiology, genetics, pest and plant disease, soil science, chemistry, and economics.
Original articles and review articles provide information of interest to an international audience of researchers, teachers, technicians, and managers involved with the production and/or marketing of food and medicinal plants. Managers of food companies, food processing facilities, medical research laboratories, government agencies, and others interested in new chemicals, food additives, international trade, patents, and other items can easily review new findings.
The Journal of Food and Medicinal Plants is a forum in which recent research and other information associated with food and medicinal plants are shared. The Journal represents a centralized database accessible by investigators within the international community that work with or have an interest in food and medicinal plants.