Biscuit beetles, also known as drugstore beetles, and other insect pests of pantries damage food stuffs and packaging.
Biscuit beetles (aka drugstore beetle) are a group of insects that are pests of stored products that bore holes in packaging of foodstuffs. They include spider beetles (Australian Spider Beetle and Golden Spider Beetle), weevils, pantry moth and biscuit beetles . They will bore through packaging to feed on and infest grains, cereals, flour, pasta and other starchy food in kitchens, larders, shops, warehouses and mills.
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