Below are some of the recommended journals for Gastronomic Tourism. Follow the links to view the journals online. The Table of Contents (TOC) for each journal's current issue can be viewed by clicking on the name of the journal. To be notified when a new TOC has been published, click on the RSS link and subscribe to the RSS feed.
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|Journal Homepage & Table of Contents||ToC RSS||Peer
|Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research||RSS||Yes||2004|
|Journal of the Science of Food & Agriculture||RSS||Yes||1996|
|The World of Food Science||RSS||Yes||2013|
|Innovative Food Science & Emerging Technologies||RSS||Yes||2001|
|International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition||RSS||Yes||1996|
|Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology||RSS||Yes||2009|
|Advances in Food Sciences||RSS||Yes||2002|
|British Food Journal||RSS||Yes||1992|
|Trends in Food Science and Technology||RSS||Yes||2001|
|Locale: The Australasian-Pacific Regional Journal of Food Studies||RSS||Yes||2011|
|International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food||RSS||Yes||1991|
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Browsing trade journals and magazines is a good way of keeping up to date with events in the food industry. Food writing can be popular or scholarly. The publications listed below are not scholarly and the articles are not peer reviewed.