Experts Recommend Berries with Mold Growth Should be Avoided

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Have you ever seen white coloured mold grown on the blueberries you bring from supermarkets?

According to health experts, this white mold is usually a species from trichoderma genus. This type of mold is not generally dangerous for human health however, it can trigger an allergic reaction in some people.

The experts recommend that the blueberries which have mold grown over them should be avoided as much as possible because the mold growth indicates that the fruit is old, has lost some of its nutrition and does not taste very good.

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