With careful planning and some creative cooking, there should be very little unused foodstuffs at the end of a season. Anything left over should be discarded. Wheat products such as flour, pasta and cereal are prone to weevils, so it is best to throw out or give away any unopened packages, rather than risk a hard-to-get-rid-of infestation. It’s not worth keeping any opened jars — especially sweets like honey, molasses and jam — as they will only attract pests. Inspect all unopened bottles and cans, making sure jars are sealed properly and cans are not showing signs of rust. If anything looks suspect, get rid of it. With everything emptied, it’s time to clean all storage containers, dishes, cutlery, pots, pans, cupboards and holds.