Kitchen Food Moths
Food moths, Plodia interpunctella and Ephestia kuehniella, are the most wide spread pests of stored food products.
These pests are becoming a major threat to the dried and processed food stuff worldwide. The larvae of food moths feed on dry fruits, cereals, chocolate, nuts, legumes and the result is a substantial economic loss to the stored food products. Adult moths are seen in grain storage, warehouse, flour mills and dried food processing or manufacturing facilities.