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Open Access provides free and immediate online access to the scholarly literature for anyone in the world to read, distribute and reuse. Journal of Future Foods offsets all the costs associated with our high-quality publishing service through article processing charges (APC): articles that are accepted for publication by our Editors-in-Chief following rigorous peer review incur a publishing fee charged to authors, institutions or funders.
The APC of Journal of Future Foods is USD $1200 (or EUR €1050, CNY ¥8000), excluding taxes, for each article accepted for publication. For all articles submitted before the 31st December 2025 the APC will be waived, making it free to publish in the journal.
Permitted third party reuse is defined by the following user license:
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Note: If you need to comply with your funding body policy, you can apply for the CC BY license after your manuscript is accepted for publication.
For open access publishing, this journal uses a licensing agreement. Authors will retain copyright alongside scholarly usage rights, and KeAi Communications Co., Ltd. will be granted exclusive publishing and distribution rights.
This journal is published quarterly.
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