I have them. I also have 6 weeks less food because of those bastards. Our food storage is in a dark, cool corner of the basement and it's away from the traveled section so they weren't noticed immediately. They can chew through thick plastic and paper, and are capable of following the threading of a jar's top and get right into the jar itself. Mylar stops them apparently as does a good seal on a bucket. Also safe are any snaptite style containers with the rubber seal, I guess they can't smell the food through it. Indian Meal Moths and Their Control I had to throw out about 10 pound of dried potato, an entire 50 pound bag of flour, some dried and vac-sealed fruits, a half full 20 pound bag of rice as well as a case of crackers. So damned frustrated. I think they actually came from the rice as we didn't have them before that was purchased.