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Stored Product Pests

What are stored product pests?

Stored product pests (or pantry pests) are insects that tend to gather around food often stored in pantries and cabinets, such as flour, dry cereals, spices, candies and chocolate. Stored product pests include weevils, Indian meal moths, grain beetles.

Where are stored product pests found?

Stored product pests are brought inside through infested products that were purchased at the grocery store. They like to feed on flour, cereals, cereals, dried fruits, beans, nuts, spices, and nearly any other pantry food that is dry and stored at room temperature. Their easiest targets are opened or improperly sealed packages that they can easily enter.

What do I do if I have stored product pests?

If you think you have stored product pests, give us a call! We will conduct a through inspection of your home and property and provide you with a customized treatment plan to deal with the issue. You will receive a detailed report of the service provided and helpful recommendations to remain pest free!

How do I prevent stored product pests?

The easiest targets for stored product pests are opened or improperly sealed packages of food that they can easily enter. The best way to prevent these types of pests is using airtight containers to seal food.