Low moisture food, commonly abbreviated as LMF, are food products that are uniformly low in moisture and are sometimes produced from higher moisture foods following several drying and dehydration processes. Since these food products are low in moisture they have a long shelf life. Examples of low moisture food include cereals, grains, confectionaries, powdered protein products, dried fruits and vegetables, seeds, spices, honey, nuts and nut-based product among others. An accomplished laboratory must perform several affirmation studies to indicate low moisture food proficiency. Although the activity of low moisture food products is appreciative, several issues related to food safety questions its reliability. It can be assumed that with the recent developments in pasteurization, the low moisture food market can be cultivated during the forecast period from 2018 to 2028.