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an indian meal moth crawling through a stocked food pantry in a souderton home

Jan

09

Souderton's Quick Reference Guide To Pantry Pests


The most common pantry pests are Indian meal moths, saw-toothed grain beetles, and cigarette beetles. Knowing how to identify and eliminate each of these bugs is key in making sure the food in your pantry is safe. If all DIY methods have failed, and pantry pests are still a problem, professional pest control is the solution.

a cigarette beetle infestation in a new castle pennsylvania food pantry

Dec

23

Everything New Castle Residents Should Know About Cigarette Beetles


Pantry pests can be quite the annoyance in the home. The cigarette beetle, also known as the tobacco beetle or cigar beetle, is a common pantry pest. It is sometimes confused for other bugs that feed on dry goods. Knowing how to identify and eliminate a pantry bug infestation is important, especially if you want to keep your New Castle home clean.

an indian meal moth crawling through a pound of sugar in a new castle pennsylvanian pantry

Jul

29

Dangers Food-Infesting Insects Pose In New Castle During The Summer


In most cases, pantry pests do not get into homes the conventional ways that most other pests do—by crawling through cracks or flying through open windows, but rather, they get in through the inside of the packages of food you buy. This happens mostly at grocery stores or factories before you ever pay for it at a cash register.

a smll brown beetle insecting a souderton home pantry as it crawls along the food shelves

Jun

14

How To Keep Beetles And Moths Out Of Your Pantry This Summer


 Most Souderton residents go to the store seeking out cereals, fruits, vegetables, bread, stored products, and anything else they would typically choose to eat on a normal basis.  Some of the most notable species of pantry pest are Indian meal moths, saw-toothed grain beetles, and cigarette beetles.

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