Pantry moths are small grey/brown winged insects around ½-inch in length, most commonly found indoors, in locations where food packaging is stored. They are known to cause terrible damage to food, spoiling it as it becomes invaded by pantry moths’ larvae. They often come in through doors and windows or openings around vents or cables that enter the home. The pantry moths sense of smell is exactly how they find just the right place to settle. The larvae and pupa of pantry moths can survive for months without food, which makes eliminating an infestation difficult. The life cycle of the pantry moth lasts for about six months.