International Journal on Food, Agriculture and Natural Resources

IJ-FANRes is an international and cross-disciplinary scholarly and scientific open access, open-source journal on the science and technology of Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources. Our aim is to encourage Professors, Researchers, and Students to publish their experimental and theoretical research, along with the full set of schematics, and methodological aspects to accelerate and rapid dissemination of leading edge technologies emerging in Food, Agriculture, and Natural Resources in developing countries.

Frequency: 4 issues per year
Online Publication Date: Last date of March, June, September, and December

VOL 5, Issue 2 (2024): IJ-FANRES

In Progress (June 2024) | This issue is in progress but contains articles that are final and fully citable.


VOL. 5 Issue 1 (2024)      



VOL. 4 Issue 4 (2023) VOL. 4 Issue 3 (2023) 

VOL. 4 Issue 2 (2023)

 VOL. 4 Issue 1 (2023)



VOL. 3 Issue 3 (2022)


VOL. 3 Issue 2 (2022)


VOL. 3 Issue 1 (2022)


    issue 2 vol 2     

VOL. 2 Issue 3 (2021)



VOL. 2 Issue 2 (2021)



VOL. 2 Issue 1 (2021)




VOL. 1 Issue 2 (2020)



VOL. 1 Issue 1 (2020)







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Potential Reviewers

During submission, please suggest at least one and a maximum of five potential reviewers. You are strongly encouraged to submit recommendations for appropriately senior and knowledgeable referees having no connection to your work and not located at your institution, as this may speed up the processing of your manuscript. The editorial office may not use your suggestions, but they are greatly appreciated. Where the author works in a country with a small community of research workers in his or her field, it is highly desirable that at least two of the suggested referees are from another country.  
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