Every packed food item requires drying to extend the shelf life of the product. For example, Mushroom and Spices also goes through the process.
Mushrooms are made of 90% water and have a shorter lifespan. Thus, mushrooms are dried to elongate their lifespan and retain their flavour. Excess moisture can destroy its key characteristics before it reaches the final consumer. Some of the common problems faced by mushroom farmers and distributors are mould growth (if they are not dried properly) and turning into a pool of black goop. To prevent this, mushrooms not only have to be stored in cooled dry places but also need humidity control during drying, packaging and storage. Dehumidifiers play an incessant role as it maintains dew point as low as -60°C (-76°F) regardless of ambient conditions…