Food and eating are studied by a few disciplines because food has always been greater than just food. Food studies have offered better insights into crucial societal approaches regarding economics, health, politics, history, and the environment. The magazine emphasises research that explores food, gastronomy and eating behaviours which are associated with certain geographical contexts and ethnicities. The uniqueness, range and creativity of food traditions and cultures, in addition to the complicated interplay of societal and environmental elements can be fully understood by given that perspectives on ethnography, cultural anthropology, inhabitants health and health, biology, historical past, ecology and geography.
Articles in scope with the journal should cover these areas. The magazine welcomes review articles in all those fields, particularly those highlighting the multidisciplinary nature of the study of ethnic food.