Publication ethics

The Editorial Board of scientific and technical peer-reviewed journal «Foods and Raw Materials» is guided by the principles of publication ethics, developed on the basis of international standards:
-  Provisions adopted at the 2nd World Conference on Research Integrity Compliance (Singapore, July 22-24, 2010, http://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/8102);
-  Provisions developed by The Committee on Publication Ethics -  COPE,
( http://publicationethics.org/resources/guidelines);
-  Norms of Chapter 70 "Copyright" of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, (http://www.gk-rf.ru/glava70).

1. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

The policy of the journal  is based on respect for the individual rights of the author and intellectual property rights.

Editorial Board ensures independent and conscientious consideration of all the manuscripts for publication of articles, without prejudice to the authors on the basis of ethnic or religious affiliation, social status; regardless of commercial interests and relations with the founder of the journal .

Editorial Board shall work to ensure and improve the quality of published materials, meet the needs of readers and authors to make a significant contribution to the development of domestic and foreign science in the field of food industry and related industries.
Principles of editorial activities involve: relevance, importance, clarity, reliability, validity of published research material.

Thoroughness, fairness, uniqueness, the fullness of the submissions, balance, originality, and clarity are adopted as the main indicators of quality of published research papers.

Editorial Board is working to attract and recruit in the staff of the editorial board highly qualified professionals, actively contributing to the development of the journal .

Editorial board is constantly improving the processes of reviewing, editing and publication evaluation by experts.

Editorial board ensures careful consideration of publications for image manipulation, plagiarism, duplicate or redundant publication.

Editorial Board shall decide on the acceptance or rejection of an article for publication on the basis of all the comments of independent reviewers in general. The final editorial decision and the reasons for its adoption is reported to the authors.

2. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS AUTHORSHIP

Authors submit to the journal article for publication, prepared in strict accordance with the requirements of article typography, including the illustrative material (http://jfrm.ru/).

Authors guarantee that the submitted article contains the results of original research, which have never been published and is not under consideration in the wording of the other journals.

Authors are required to refer to the study of other people as correctly and accurately as possible by specifying the original source in the references to the article. Unacceptable is the verbatim of one’s own works and paraphrasing, they can only be used as a basis for the new findings.

Authors do not have the right to copy the references to the work from other publications with which they are not familiar; quotations and references to other works must be accurate and drawn up in accordance with the requirements.

Author, representing the manuscript to editorial board ensures that the list of sponsors includes only those individuals who have made significant contributions to the work, and that the researchers deserving authorship are not excluded from the list of authors.

Author, representing the manuscript to editorial board ensures that these collaborators have seen it, approved the final version of the manuscript, and agree to its submission to the editor of the scientific journal for publication.

Authors must disclose conflicts of interests that could affect the evaluation and interpretation of their manuscript, as well as the sources of financial support for the project (grants, state programs, projects, etc.), which should be necessarily indicated in the manuscript.

Authors are required to immediately notify the editor in the event of an error in any work filed by them for publication, accepted for publication or already published work, as well as contribute to the editorial correction of the error. If the revision recognizes an error by third parties, the authors should immediately correct the error or to provide evidence of its absence.

Authors must follow the applicable laws on copyright protection; materials protected by copyright (for example, tables, figures or large quotation) may be reproduced only with the permission of their respective owners.

The authors have exclusive rights to the published work (Copyright © Authors).

The journal has free access. Articles can be read, downloaded, copied, distributed, printed while referring to the full text with attribution, without any restrictions, in accordance with the license Commons the Attribution 4.0 the Creative International (CC BY 4.0).

3. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF EDITING

Editorial board publishes information materials for authors (the list of the necessary requirements for the articles, the procedure for article consideration and review) in the journal  and on the site http://jfrm.ru/?page=authors.

Editorial Board shall decide on the acceptance or rejection of publications based on the results of the inspection of the manuscript for compliance with the requirements for registration and the results of the review.

Editorial Board has the right to reject the publication of articles with the evidence of slander, plagiarism or copyright violations. The final decision on the publication of an article or refusal of such is accepted by the chief editor of the journal.

Editorial Board ensures the confidentiality, i.e. undertakes not to disclose the submitted manuscript to anyone other than the respective authors, reviewers, other editorial advisers and, where appropriate, of the publisher.

Editorial Board ensures that the materials of the manuscript rejected from the publication will not be used in the board members’ own research without the written consent of the author.

Editorial Board shall promptly examine each claim for unethical behavior of the authors of manuscripts and already published articles, regardless of the time of their delivery, it shall undertake appropriate reasonable measures in respect of such claims. In the case of the confirmation of claim arguments, the editors have the right to refuse publication of the article, to cease further cooperation with the author, to publish a retraction, and take other necessary measures to further curb unethical behavior of this author.

In order to ensure the accuracy of the published data by the amendment when it detects indisputable errors in the work, an opportunity is provided as soon as possible to make appropriate amendments or correct omissions. Online version of the article is tested and correcting date and reference to the printed list of errata are designated.

4. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES OF PUBLICATION REVIEWING

Editorial Board guarantees a confidential, independent, honest and objective review of manuscripts of articles. Editorial Board has the right to reject a manuscript without an independent review, if it is found to be of poor quality or does not meet the requirements of the journal. This decision is made fairly and impartially.

With respect to the materials considered for publication editorial board selects independent reviewers having enough experience and no conflict of interests.

Expert evaluation of the manuscript provided by the reviewer, promotes the adoption of editorial decisions, and also helps the author improve the manuscript. On the basis of reviewing results the editorial board makes a decision on the adoption of the manuscript for publication, return it to the author for revision or rejection of the publication.

Reviewer should provide a review within the time specified by the editors of journal . If consideration of the manuscript review and preparation for those dates are not possible, then the reviewer shall notify the editor.

Reviewer undertakes to conduct peer review of the manuscript objectively. Personal criticism of author by the reviewer is unacceptable. All the conclusions of the reviewer should be strictly provided with links to authoritative sources.

Reviewers must indicate the presence of works that have influenced the results of the study, but were not given by the author. The reviewer is obliged to pay attention to the wording substantial similarity or overlap between the manuscript under consideration and the other previously published work, which is known to the reviewer.

Reviewers have no right to use unpublished manuscript materials in their own research without the express written consent of the author. The reviewer is obliged to refrain from examining the manuscript, in connection with which he has a conflict of interests because of the competitive, cooperative or other relationship with the author or organization related to the manuscript.

If the reviewer raises the issue of the accuracy of the data or the advisability of publication of scientific work, the author is given the opportunity to respond to the questions.

Independent peer reviewers are reported, about the requirements to them, and are also provided with information on any changes in editorial policy.

Editorial Board reserves the privacy of personal data of reviewers.

5. DECLARATION ON CONFLICT OF INTEREST

Authors must disclose conflicts of interests that could affect the evaluation and interpretation of their manuscript, as well as the sources of financial support for the project (grants, state programs, projects, etc.), which should be necessarily indicated in the manuscript.

With respect to the materials considered for publication editorial board selects independent reviewers having enough experience and no conflict of interests.

Reviewers have no right to use unpublished manuscript materials in their own research without the express written consent of the author. The reviewer is obliged to refrain from examining the manuscript, in connection with which he has a conflict of interests because of the competitive, cooperative or other relationship with the author or organization related to the manuscript.