How can a bread mould come in the bread
Molds grow best in warm, dark and moist conditions.
Mold grows on bread because spores land on it and begin to multiply.
The bread mold grows in the form of fine threads and form cottony masses on the surface of things such as bread and cheese. These threads are called hyphae. Some of the hyphae are root-like and grow downwards (rhizoid) while some may grow upwards from the surface. The black dots seen on the contaminated bread are actually their spore sacs (sporangium) present at the tip of the hyphae. The sexual and asexual reproduction of fungi takes place via these spores.