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Appropriate technology for storage/utilization of peanut

Approach  

The ultimate goal of the project was to enhance the capabilities of research institutions in the developing countries patterned by the successes of the land-grant institutions in the U.S. In the case of this project, it was done through training afforded by collaborative programs in developing the storage and utilization of peanut.

Focus

Processor values


Principal Investigator

Dr. Tommy Nakayama, food scientist
University of Georgia

Cooperators

Dr. L.R. Beuchat, food scientist, University of Georgia
Josephine Miller, food scientist, University of Georgia
Dr. Robert Rauniker, economist, University of Georgia
Dr. R.E. Worthington, food scientist, University of Georgia
Dr. Anna Resurreccion, food scientist, University of Georgia
Dr. Robert Brackett, food microbiologist, University of Georgia
Dr. D.M. Wilson, plant pathologist/aflatoxins, University of Georgia
W.O. Slay, pathologist, USDA (located at University of Georgia, Tifton)

 


Thailand Collaborator

Dr. Chintana Oupadissakoon, food scientist, principal investigator, Kasetsart University, Bangkok

Thailand Cooperators

D. Buangsuwon, pathologist, Kasetsart University, Bangkok
V. Devapalin, chemist, Kasetsart University, Bangkok
Vichai Haruthaithanasan, food scientist, Kasetsart University, Bangkok
Dr. S. Tongpan, economist, Kasetsart University, Bangkok.

Philippine Collaborator

Dr. Elias E. Escueta, principal investigator and food technologist, University of the Philippines at Los  Banos

Philippine Cooperators

Prof. Lilia Madamba, food chemist, University of the Philippines at Los Banos

C. Intong, food scientist, University of the Philippines at Los Banos

Robert Mabesa, food microbiologist, University of the Philippines at Los Banos

L. Madamba, food chemist, University of the Philippines at Los Banos

Roberto Reyes, food engineer, University of the Philippines at Los Banos.

Philippine Country Coordinator

Dr. Dely P. Gapasin, director of research, PCARRD, Los Banos