It is still okay to eat hard cheeses like cheddar, Gruyere, Manchego, and Asiago. Mold spots should be trimmed at least an inch around and beneath the surface.
Mold on the surface of cured meats like hard salami and dry-cured country hams is completely typical. Just remove the mold from the surface, and the meat is fit.
Carrots and bell peppers, which are both firm fruits and vegetables, can still be eaten without fear. Slice 1 inch around and under the mold place.
As the mold may have penetrated the bread's surface, it should be thrown away. Mold is more likely to grow on freshly baked breads and breads.
In the event of a moldy soft cheese (such as Brie or Camembert), toss it out and replace it with fresh.
Moldy lunch meats should be thrown away. Moldy hot dogs, bacon, and other prepared foods should be thrown away as well.
You shouldn't eat soft fruits and vegetables with mold on them like strawberries, cucumbers, or peaches.
Nuts and nut spreads that have mold on them should be thrown away. They are not edible. Beans, such as peanuts and peanut butter, fall into the same category.