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Defense Public Health expert offers tips for eliminating pesky pantry pests
230104-O-LM948-999.JPG Photo By: Defense Centers for Public Health-Aberdeen graphic illustration by Andrew Leitzer

ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Maryland - We all know that fresh produce goes bad, but most homeowners are surprised and unhappy when they open their breakfast cereal or flour and find insect “bonuses” inside. These sneaky little beetles and moths, called “pantry pests,” can find their way into your food both at your home and before it reaches you.


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