Q & A with Sylvia Baah-Tuahene: Assessment & Safety of Peanut Based By-Products from Peanut Oil Processing Sep 18, 2015 Sylvia Baah-Tuahene is a PMIL supported student at the University of Ghana as part of a capacity building effort through the Ghana Peanut Value Chain Interventions project. She recently completed her MSc research on surveying peanut and peanut based products that are produced by women processors in three different regions in Ghana. Her research thesis, “Assessment and Safety Improvement of Peanut Based By-Products from Peanut Oil Processing: Kulikuli and Khebab Powder,” provides an informative picture of the quality of peanut based products and where in the process aflatoxin contamination may be introduced and/or reduced. Sylvia was co-supervised by PMIL Collaborator Professor Agnes Budu, and Prof. F. K. Saalia. She will graduate on the 13th of November 2015 with a Masters in Food Science. Read Sylvia's interview.