I had 2 opened bags of roudybush in my cupboard, and was using the ziplock of the resealable bag they came with for a while. Recently got decent-sized food containers that I could transfer the contents of the 44oz bags into. The roudybush crumble was fine and had no signs of spoilage, but for the California blend mini pellets, lo and behold I think I see at least 2 species of weevils. Static made some tiny shed mealworm skins stick to the side. Now it might be entirely my fault if a bag was not resealed properly using the ziplock, but I've always made sure to press out the air and seal the ziplock. I can't help but wonder if the weevils got in with the produce itself. (Are these weevils from USA? Did they travel all the way to Singapore? lol. They don't seem to have a passport... I dont even have weevils in my rice bin for years.) Reason being that none of the other ziplock bags in the same cabinet have an infestation and they were bought around the same time. I probably didnt notice them until I upended the bag and emptied it out... What should I do? Its such a waste to throw the whole batch out (roudybush is imported food price sob...byebye $50) but if there is a threat of weevils to bird health then I probably will throw it. I was thinking of freezing the infected batch and maaaaybe serving the still good and fresh pellets? Use by date is Dec 2019.