New microzap technology from a team of engineers from Texas Tech University in the US can help wipe out spores which cause mold in the bread.
"MicroZap" technology in a microwave employs pulsed power and multiple radio-frequency sources which will ensure energy is transmitted to the food in an even way.
This treatment will not change the flavor or spoil the taste of the food, according to information available of the MicroZap website. This method is called "cold pasteurization" and can remove spores in bread in just 10 seconds.
Once bread is processed in this manner it can remain fresh for nearly 60 days.
Yet, it might be a while before the bread industry adopts this technology due to feasibility of costs.