JFP Most-downloaded Publication Award

This award recognizes the most-downloaded Journal of Food Protection publication based on data from the JFP website. The award is presented by the JFP Scientific Co-Editors at the Editorial Board Reception held each year at the IAFP Annual Meeting.

2020 Recipient(s): Predicting and Preventing Mold Spoilage of Food Products - Jeanne-Marie Membré and Stéphane Dagnas

    Past Awardees

  • 2019 — Kombucha, the Fermented Tea: Microbiology, Composition, and Claimed Health Effects Cheryl J. Greenwalt, Keith H. Steinkraus, and Richard A. Ledford
  • 2018 — Dane A. Jensen, David R. Macinga, David J. Shumaker, Roberto Bellino, James W. Arbogast, and Donald W. Schaffner. Quantifying the Effects of Water Temperature, Soap Volume, Lather Time, and Antimicrobial Soap as Variables in the Removal of Escherichia coli ATCC 11229 from Hands. J. Food Prot. 80:1022-1031
  • 2017 — Larry R. Beuchat, Evangelia Komitopoulou, Harry Beckers, Roy P. Betts, François Bourdichon, Séamus Fanning, Han M. Joosten and Benno H. Ter Kuile. Low-water Activity Foods: Increased Concern as Vehicles of Foodborne Pathogens. J. Food Prot. 76:150–172.
  • 2016 — Larry R. Beuchat, Evangelia Komitopoulou, Harry Beckers, Roy P. Betts, François Bourdichon, Séamus Fanning, Han M. Joosten and Benno H. Ter Kuile. Low-water Activity Foods: Increased Concern as Vehicles of Foodborne Pathogens. J. Food Prot. 76:150–172.
  • 2015 — Vania Ferreira, Martin Wiedmann, Paula Teixeira, and Matthew J. Stasiewicz. 2014. Listeria monocytogenes Persistence in Food-associated Environments: Epidemiology, Strain Characteristics, and Implications for Public Health. J. Food Prot. 77:150–170.