Information on Pantry Moths
The pantry moth larvae can infest a wide range of dry food of vegetable origins, such as cereal, bread, pasta, rice, couscous, flour, spices, dried food, and nuts.
More unusual food that they have been known to eat include chocolate and cocoa beans, coffee substitutes and even the toxic seed of jimsonweed.
The food pantry moths infest will often look webbed together
After larvae or moths have been found it is important to throw out food sources that are not in tightly sealed containers as they are able to get into surprisingly tight spots including sealed bags by chewing through them, pantry moths can be hard to get rid of if you find yourself with a pantry moth infestation give one of our experienced pest management technicians at ABC Pest Control a call today for a free quote.