Why Are There Bugs in Uncooked Pasta?


Bugs found in uncooked pasta are more than likely grain weevils. If this bug was found in just purchased pasta, return it to the store and inform them of their storage problem. If you have had it for a while, throw it out, and spray for pests.
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Those are probably a food storage pest known as a grain weevil, grain beetle or flour beetle. Immediately remove it from your pantry. If you just purchased the pasta, take it back
It is likely that the bugs entered in products that were contaminated before you
sometimes there are small little eggs that hatch in boxed and dried items, very common with peas or dried veggies from the supermarket. Sometimes with an open box then get in and
Most likely they are weevils. Archie Caison
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