Abstract: Milagrito was the first extensive air shower array sensitive to showers initiated by primary cosmic rays with energy below 1 TeV. The shadow of the moon observed in cosmic rays can be used to search for the presence of antimatter in the cosmic ray flux, as well as to study systematic pointing shifts and measure the angular resolution of EAS arrays. The moon shadow has been observed at the 10.2$\sigma$ level with Milagrito. This was used to study and correct a systematic pointing error found in the Milagrito data, and to place an upper limit on the antiproton/proton ratio in VHE cosmic rays. These results will be presented.