Finding an Indian Meal Moth treatment is necessary due to the pest being one of the most common ones you’ll encounter if you ever go to the grocery store. Indian Meal Moths typically come from grain products that were not processed correctly. The larva feed on products such as:
- bird seed
- powdered milk
- pet food
- flour, cake mixes
- candy, nuts, chocolate
- dried flowers, fruits and grains
Adults with wings spread are about 5/8 to 3/4 of an inch. Wings are pale gray on the front third and reddish brown with copper luster on the final two thirds.