Odorless glue trap to catch Indian moths from flour. Reduction of moth infestation by interrupting reproduction.
Food moths appear in dry food products, such as cereals, flour, tea, or also in dried animal feed. The food moth trap attaches male moths with a special sexual attractive substance to the surface with glue and keeps them fixed in place. Thus, reproduction of the male moths is disturbed, which significantly reduces the occurrence of new infestation.