Mold inhibitors serve as additives which are used for preventing mold growth and reducing the mold contamination, for the purpose of minimizing the risk of having mycotoxin producing mold which proliferate on feed or grain. These inhibitors have the function to suppress generation of molds. Mold inhibitors generally include propionic acid and other organic acids. However, as mold inhibitors have no effect on mycotoxins which are already present in the contaminated feed, they may still be present even if the growth has been avoided. Various mold inhibitors are used in the industry such as propionates, benzoates, natamycin, sulfites, acetic acid and sodium acetate among others. Propionates include calcium propionate, sodium propionate which are widely used in the food and feed industry. Benzoates include sodium benzoate, benzoic acid, sorbic acid, sorbates, potassium sorbate which are used in the feed industry. Mold inhibitors are used in a wide range of industries such as food which include baked goods, beverages, and dairy products, feed which comprises aquafeed, poultry & swine. Other industries include paints, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, paper, wood, and leather among others.