Nobody likes to find mealmoth larvae in their cereal! These moths will seek out grain and vegetable-based dry foods, laying eggs so their larvae will have a good food source. The adults are a sandy gray/brown, and the larvae look like smaller garden grubs, white with a darker head. If you find them in your food you should not consume that food. These pests are prevented by keeping all foodstuffs carefully sealed. They can be treated with long lengths of cold or short heat applications. If you find them in your pantry, call Burns today!