If you are undertaking a large research project, you may want to check out the IFIS Publishing Best Practice in Literature Search guide, which is aimed at literature searching as the basis for a literature review which needs to be comprehensive, unbiased and systematic. You will find the guide, including translations, here: Guides BY SUBJECT - LibGuides at IFIS
You can also find user guides to help you get the best results out of your chosen research platform.
This is a growing playlist of past webinars on topics related to best practices in literature searching in the sciences of food and health.
You can find videos supporting use of FSTA on Ovid, EBSCOhost or Web of Science here: FSTA videos.
You are also welcome to sign up for upcoming webinars here: Register for Best practice in literature searching (ifis.org)
There are few tools for food science topics, and much is borrowed from health/medical research, but some of these tools may be useful to you in improving your search skills, assessing quality of evidence, and reporting your research methodology and results. If you wish to explore some other resources, the following list is aimed as a guide only. Please let us know if you wish to add to it.
The following organisations and resources were consulted when preparing these guidelines: