Mold grows on bread when the bread comes in contact with dust that is carrying fungi, which are a tiny microorganisms. Spores remain airborne until they land on a piece of food, germinate and grow into a healthy fungus. More »

All forms of mold are a type of fungus. Mold draws all of its nutrients directly from other plants, animals and food. Bread mold typically appears as a green or black fuzz growing on the surface. More »

The number of days that it takes for bread to mold depends on several factors, including how it is stored, what ingredients were used to make the bread, and its "best by" date. Packaged bread can typically last for three... More »

All forms of mold are a type of fungus. Mold draws all of its nutrients directly from other plants, animals and food. Bread mold typically appears as a green or black fuzz growing on the surface. More »

It takes about 2 to 3 days for molds to appear on white bread, depending on humidity, exposure to sunlight and temperature. Mold or fungi grows rapidly in places that are warm, dark and moist. More »

Avoiding contact with known allergy triggers such as pollen, dust, mold spores and animal dander is an important first step in the treatment of having too much histamine, Mayo Clinic states. Taking an antihistamine drug ... More »

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Bread mold grows fastest in areas that are dark, warm and damp. It is possible for mold to grow in cooler, drier or more brightly lit conditions, but the mold growth is slower in such environments. More »