FAO estimates that approximately 10% of world food production is lost due to the action of insects, and this figure can reach 30% or more in tropical, subtropical or developing countries.
Insects that develop in the human or livestock food base are called “stored product pests”. The best known are the so-called weevils (coleoptera) and the moths (lepidoptera). The pests of stored products affect the food industry, stores and individuals alike.
Among the weevils the most common are:
As for the moths:
Radan Desintec has written protocols that meet various quality standards both in Spain and internationally as the ISO 22000 food safety.
It is very important to make a correct diagnosis of the plague to subsequently make an effective treatment.
Radan Desintec ha redactado protocolos que cumplen diversos estándares de calidad, tanto en España como a nivel internacional, como la seguridad alimentaria ISO 22000.