About the Journal

Focus and Scope

Coffee Science is an open access journal with the mission to publish high quality research in all scientific areas of coffee. Papers published by the journal represent important contributions to the development of coffee science in the fields of agricultural, biological, food science, waste management, health and social sciences. Information about the common editorial policies of Coffee Science is available at coffeescience.ufla.br

The journal is indexed in the following listings of technical-scientific publications: SCOPUS - Elsevier, DOAJ -Directory of Open Access Journals, AGRIS-FAO - Interncional Information System for the Agricultural Sciences and Technology (Itália), CAB ABSTRACTS - (CABI - Common wealth Agricultural Bureaux Internacional), LATINDEX (Regional system of on-line information for scientific publications of Latin America, Caribbean, Spain and Portugal), AGROBASE- Base de dados da Agricultura Brasileira (Brasil), PERIODICA (Índice de Revistas Latino americanas em Ciências).

Peer Review Process

The submitted manuscripts will be forwarded to the editorial board to be initially evaluated in terms of comparative relevance to other papers of the same area that were submitted for publication. If it is considered relevant, the manuscript will be submitted to blind peer reviewers. If approved and if necessary, the manuscript may return to the corresponding author for corrections. If the corrections are not returned within the required deadline, the publication process will be automatically canceled. Requested corrections not attended without justification may also lead to cancellation. After these revisions, the manuscript will receive corrections of scientific nomenclature, English, references and international system of units. After these corrections, the manuscript will be edited and published.

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content based on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.