Once you see one pantry moth flying around your kitchen it’s time to focus on getting rid of all the pantry moths you haven’t seen yet. Why? One flying adult pantry moth means the odds of a full pantry moth infestation are much higher. Typically moth larvae will already have been laid, and the pantry moth worms are ending their feeding stage and preparing to look for a mate to complete the pantry moth life cycle. Stay with us as we explore pantry moths origins, how to identify pantry moths, the pantry moth life cycle, and why the pantry moth is considered such a pantry pest. We’ll finish with some ideas for pantry moth control, how to get rid of moths naturally, including pantry moth traps.