African Journal of
Food Science

  • Abbreviation: Afr. J. Food Sci.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1996-0794
  • DOI: 10.5897/AJFS
  • Start Year: 2007
  • Published Articles: 975

Table of Content: February 2023; 17(2)

February 2023

Production practices of table salt by small-scale miners in Tanzania: A case study of Nkonkilangi, Singida, Tanzania

In Tanzania, a small-scale salt enterprise supplies salt which is mainly consumed within the country. However, the producers often lack appropriate production knowledge. The purpose of this study was to assess salt processing and handling practices at Nkonkilangi village in Singida region, Tanzania. A cross-sectional study design was used to collect data. Scheduled interviews with 63 out of 100 producers were conducted...

Author(s): Nzaga Winza Amos, Kussaga Jamal B. and Tiisekwa Bendantunguka P.

February 2023

Production, consumption, processing and marketing of the baobab fruit (Adansonia digitata L.) in Kenya

Parts of the baobab tree (Adansonia digitata L.) have been considered vital in addressing various nutritional needs and augmenting household incomes. However, limited utilization, processing, and marketing exist in developing countries like Kenya, despite the fruit pulp gaining mass interest overseas as a natural ingredient in various formulations. This study therefore aimed at assessing the status of production,...

Author(s): Angela Wanjiku Mwangi, Catherine Nkirote Kunyanga and Cecilia Moraa Onyango

March 2023

Influence of processing methods on the sensory acceptability of products from selected hybrid plantains (Musa species AAB) cultivars

High-yielding and disease-resistant hybrid plant cultivars recently developed by breeders need evaluation for end-use. This study evaluated the influence of processing methods on the sensory acceptability of products (plantain chips, fried ripe plantains called “dodo” in Nigeria, boiled unripe and ripe plantains, and "amala," a dough, as it is called in Nigeria when unripe and ripe plantain flour...

Author(s): Anajekwu Ekpereka Oluchukwu, Alamu Emmanuel Oladeji, Awoyale Wasiu, Amah Delphine, Akinoso Rahman and Busie Maziya-Dixon