U.S. scientists have a technique they believe can be applied to many different foods.
The creators also say that the technique can be applied to other foodstuffs, such as fruit and vegetables.
To kill the spores, the scientists use a long metallic microwave device.
The huge machine uses similar techniques to those found in household microwaves. But the machine introduces different types of microwaves using a slotted radiator…
Microzap’s chief executive Don Stull told BBC News: ‘We treated a slice of bread in the device, we then checked the mould that was in that bread over time against a control. And at 60 days it had the same mould content as it had when it came out of the oven.’