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Nigerian Food Journal

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The Nigerian Food Journal (NIFOJ) is a peer-reviewed journal designed to contribute towards the development of new and improved food sources and products based on sound research. NIFOJ is also designed for effective communication of special attributes and advantages of food products as well as focus on the activities of the food industry in Nigeria. The journal publishes pure and applied food science and technological research to promote knowledge sharing and nutrition development in all aspects of the food processing and consumption value chain. Aspects covered in NIFOJ include food chemistry, food engineering, food microbiology, food packaging, food preservation, food safety, new product development, and sensory analysis.

Other websites associated with this journal: www.nifst.org


Vol 37, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Effects of micronutrient fortification on moisture content, total solids, and general acceptability of soy milk extracted from sprouted soybeans – a response surface approach EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I.N. Okwunodulu, T.U. Nwabueze 1-10
Proximate composition and hyperlipidemia lowering potential of rice bran enriched with yam flour EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.C. Nwanekezi, F.C. Onugha, D.C. Arukwe, E.N. Odimegwu 11-23
Antinutrients, micronutrients and glycemic characteristics of rice bran enriched with yam flour EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.C. Nwanekezi, F.C. Onugha, E.N. Odimegwu, D.C. Arukwe 24-35
Chemical properties, heavy metals and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon level of smoked mackerel (Scomber scombrus) in Abeokuta North and South Local Government Areas of Ogun State, Nigeria EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Z.G. Olisa, M.A. Idowu, O.A. Obadina, A.A. Idowu, E.K. Oke 36-46
Chemical composition, antinutrients, vitamins and mineral composition of Masa (fermented puff batter) produced from pearl millet and local white rice EMAIL FULL TEXT
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R.A. Lawal, M.S. Adebusoye, H Musa 47-52
Phytochemical and antinutrient contents of toasted African breadfruit seeds (Treculia africana) as influenced by dehulling EMAIL FULL TEXT
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I.N. Okwunodulu, I.P. Mmeregini, T.U. Nwabueze 53-60
Effect of particle size on physicochemical and sensory properties of Mumu made from blends of maize (Zea mays) and groundnut (Arachis hypogea) EMAIL FULL TEXT
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M.M. Mbakpenev, H.R. Asoo, P.T. Ivase 61-66
Some quality attributes of heat-moisture treated water yam (Dioscorea alata) starch EMAIL FULL TEXT
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H.K. Tiamiyu, J.M. Babajide, K Yamamoto, M Hirose, F Manami 67-80
Effect of natural fermentation on antinutritional factor, b-vitamins and mineral profile of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) seeds EMAIL FULL TEXT
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F.O. Adetuyi 81-91
Nutritional and health properties of germinated brown rice – a review EMAIL FULL TEXT
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E.S. Ukpong, E.U. Onyeka 92-105
Determination of moisture-dependent physical and thermal properties of jack bean (Canavalia ensiformis) related to design of processing machines EMAIL FULL TEXT
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J.A. Adeyanju, A.A. Adekunle, A.O. Abioye, G.O. Ogunlakin, A.S. Olajire, O.Z. Fashina 106-116
Correlation of rheological properties of honey with its antibacterial activities EMAIL FULL TEXT
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V.O. Anidiobu, J.U. Nwalor, F.U. Babalola 117-128


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