Trusted by researchers, scientists, students and government bodies in 158 countries across the globe, FSTA is the definitive way to search over fifty years of historic and emerging research in the sciences of food and health.
With so much information online, it can be difficult to find reputable research that’s suitable for your needs. Simply put, FSTA empowers the global food community to focus on authoritative sources and relevant research, all directly relating to the sciences of food and health.
Covering a wide range of interdisciplinary content, from journal articles and trade publications to conference proceedings and industry patents, FSTA is full of high-quality scientific abstracts – with approximately 1,700 new entries added every week.
There’s a wealth of knowledge waiting to be discovered and it’s only ever a search away when using FSTA, thanks to in-depth keyword indexing against the most comprehensive food thesaurus in the world, which is unique to FSTA.
Search a database containing over 1,500,000 high-quality abstracts directly related to the sciences of food and health
Draw from over 22,675 sources, including
nearly 5,500 scientific journals
Embrace the global food community with research from 62 countries, in 37 languages
Reference abstracts that span
50 years of research
Access FSTA through familiar research solutions like Web of Science, Ovid and EBSCOHost
Discover powerful search functionality designed specifically for food and beverage research
Confidently research content carefully curated by experts in the sciences of food and health
Make targeted search queries referenced against the world’s most comprehensive food thesaurus, unique to FSTA
In addition to the core areas of food science, food technology and nutrition, FSTA includes relevant content across a host of related fields, including:
Click on the subject areas in bold for an in-depth look at our coverage of that field. We are adding to this regularly over the coming months, so do check back or email us to ask about a particular field.
Whether you’re responsible for managing an academic library, a corporate research lab or a government agency, you know that reference resources need to be trustworthy and comprehensive – while also ensuring users can actually find what they’re looking for.
FSTA empowers the global health community to search over 1,500,000 high-quality abstracts that directly relate to the sciences of food and health, without having to wade through irrelevant content or untrustworthy sources.
An impressive library of information that’s updated weekly and curated by food, drink and nutrition experts – empowering users to be well-informed and up-to-date
A powerful tool for the global food community, with search functionality designed specifically for research on the sciences of food and health
Free promotional materials and training to help information professionals raise awareness of FSTA access within their organisation
Available as a subscription or pay-as-you-go* resource with access through popular research platforms, including Web of Science, Ovid and EBSCOhost
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We know that searching online for reputable and relevant research can be a frustrating and time-consuming exercise. It’s no surprise then that many in the global food community are fed up with scrolling endlessly through unsuitable results – however, there is a solution!
FSTA can be trusted by those studying and working in the sciences of food and health because it’s been developed expressly for them. Not only does it solely contain research directly relevant to food from sources carefully vetted by industry experts, but the search functionality has been specifically designed to aid research among the food community.
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