An American company by the name of Microzap has developed a technique that it says can make bread stay mould-free for 60 days. The focus of their sales campaign is that by extending shelf life there would be less food waste across the globe. I find it hard to believe that food manufacturers want to slow sales down by extending shelf life.
The bread is zapped in a huge microwave that allegedly kills the spores that cause mould to grow in the first place. That makes perfect sense to me! Microwaves kill just about everything of value so why is there any doubt that this sophisticated microwave would be able to use radiation to zap mould spores?
Originally designed to kill bacteria such as MRSA and salmonella this technique is also being “sold” to be used with a wide range of foods including fresh turkey and many fruits and vegetables.
I think that its unconscionable that this company is riding the wave of reducing food waste while giving no regard to human health. Here we go again…chasing the money.
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