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International Journal of Nutrology

Electronic Archiving and Access Retention

Dear readers, authors, reviewers, and other stakeholders of International Journal of Nutrology,

It is with great commitment to the integrity and preservation of scientific knowledge that we announce our Archiving Plan to guarantee continuous access to the journal's content, even in adverse circumstances that may lead to the interruption of its publication.

The International Journal of Nutrology is committed to preserving its valuable contents in long-term repositories, including, but not limited to, CLOCKSS and PubMed Central. These repositories were selected for their reputation for reliability and commitment to long-term digital preservation.

In the event of publication interruption, all articles, metadata, and associated materials will be accessible to the public. We will communicate where this archived content will be available, ensuring that readers continue to have access to the valuable knowledge the magazine has provided over the years.

We will be actively communicating our archiving plan to our authors, reviewers, and readers to ensure full transparency. We will keep you informed of any developments regarding the archiving plan and provide clear guidance on how to access archived content.

Our archiving plan will be periodically reviewed by independent peers to ensure its continued effectiveness and compliance with best practices in electronic archiving.

If you have any questions or need additional information about our Archiving Plan, we invite all interested parties to contact us through the communication channels available on our website.

We are committed to ensuring that scientific knowledge disseminated through the International Journal of Nutrology remains accessible and valuable to the global scientific community, regardless of circumstances. We deeply appreciate the continued support of our employees and stakeholders.

Yours sincerely,




Dr. Idiberto José Zotarelli Filho, MSc. Ph.D., Postdoctoral
Specialist at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA.
International Journal of Nutrology