What Are the Tiny Black Bugs Found inside Quaker Oatmeal Cereal Top?

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The tiny black bugs found inside Quaker Oatmeal cereal at the top are weevils. To avoid problems with weevils, store cereals, flours and grains in airtight containers.
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Those little black bugs are weevils.
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There isn't a number listed by the FDA for how many bugs are allowed in dry
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I doubt you get sick, we as a people are a lot hardier than we realize. You need to go through all your staples, flour, sugar, rice, etc, and throw out everything that has bugs in
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Here is a link that will help you identify them, they are not dangerous or anything but you should thoroughly clean your cupboards and throw all cereal and grain packets away as they
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