Consumption of Spoiled tomatoes, beware of harmful microbial contamination -KNUST research
Consumption of spoiled tomatoes is on the increase with more patronage by some commercial food operators in Ghana.
FST wins the Overall Best Department Award in the GSA WEBINAR 2021
The Department of Food Science and Technology (FST) has won the OVERALL BEST DEPARTMENT AWARD in the Ghana Science Association (GSA) WEBINAR 2021 (10th Research Seminar and Poster presentations of the GSA Kumasi Branch) held on 27th and 28th April
Product Development through the Eyes of KNUST Final Year Food Science Students
On 8th April 2021, the final year BSc and MSc students of the Department of Food Science and Technology, KNUST presented food products they developed as a result of training obtained from their food product deve
FST Students Visit REVOL FOODS
The 3rd Year class taking Postharvest Physiology and Technology course visited Revol Foods, who are into packaging and selling of fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, sausages, spices, and other groceries at Deduako
Profile of Professor Isaac Williams Ofosu
Professor Isaac Williams Ofosu obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree in Food Science and Technology in 2018 at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).
FST organizes mock viva for PhD candidates
The Department has organized a mock viva seminar for PhD candidates on Wednesday, October 21, 2020 at the Amonoo-Neizer Conference Center, KNUST-Kumasi.
Department of Food Science and Technology trains students at ENI Okuafo Pa Agribusiness School
The Postharvest Team of Facilitators from the Department of Food Science and Technology (FST), KNUST trained students in Postharvest Value Addition aspect of the ENI Okuafo Pa Agribusiness Project at Kyeremasu, Dormaa East
Department of Food Science and Technology tops Prize Awards in GSA Webinar 2020
The Department of Food Science and Technology (FST-KNUST) emerged the Overall Best Department with the highest number of abstracts (33 out of 61) presented at in t