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Food Science: E-journals


E-Journals: Online Fulltext Journals, Magazines and Newspapers

Search and browse for E-Journals that are accessible to University of Manitoba faculty, staff and students.

Search by Journal Title, clicking on the icon will link you to the journal online.


Document delivery

If you require an article from a journal to which there is no access either through print or online, the University of Manitoba Libraries' Document Delivery departments allow students, faculty and staff of the university to request materials from other institutions. Patrons are required to follow the Fair Dealing Guidelines (AUCC 2011) when using copies requested through this service.

Click Here for more Document Delivery Information including request forms.