It is announced for the information of CCST community and the general public that there will be Thesis defense scheduled as follows:

Date: Thursday, February 11, 2021


Venue: Departmental Conference Room, Department of Agro-processing Technology  and Food Bio-scences, CSIR-Food Research Institute, Okponglo, Accra

Chairperson: Prof. Mark Appiah, College President

1 Azameti, Bright Kofi,  CCST/FRI/ATFB/16/001 Process and Product Optimization to improve the Quality of “YUMMY” An Instant Noodle Manufactured by Blowchem Industries Limited
2 Osei, Celestine Boatemaah, FRI/FoST/18/05/003 Levels of Aflatoxin and Heavy Metal Contaminants in Two Non-alcoholic Beverages, Asana and Nmedaa and Two Alcoholic Beverages, Brukutu and Pito, Produced by Informal Sector in Ghana
3 Tawiah Rockson Evans, FRI/FoST/18/05/007 Characterisation of Two Newly Developed Cowpea Varieties, Padi Tuya and Wang Kae, and Their Suitability to Produce Tubani, A Northern Food.
4 Rebecca Adjei-Mensah, FRI/FoST/18/05/004 The effect of Home Processing Methods on the Levels of Pesticides and Heavy Contaminants in cassava, cocoyam and Yam grown at two mining Towns in Ghana, Akwatia and Obuasi
5 Priscilla Niamah Agyemang CCST/FRI/ATFB/17/016 Effect of the Use of Starches of Three Cassava Varieties (Bankye Hemaa, AGRA and Abrabopa) as a Thickner, On the Physico-Chemical, Functional, Sensory Properties and Consumer Acceptability of Yoghurt

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