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Pregnant and blue cheese

  1. Blue cheese is a blue cheese that is popular because of the spicy character of the cheese. It is not always clear to pregnant women whether it is safe to eat because of a possible Listeria infection. There are therefore blue cheeses that are made from raw milk, so it is wise to always check the packaging before eating the cheese. In some cases, the cheese can still be eaten normally. This is the case, for example, when it concerns a hard blue cheese. Listeria has never been found in the soft blue Roquefort, which is made from raw sheep's milk.

Blue cheese during pregnancy

  1. Blue cheese is safe to eat during pregnancy as long as it is made from pasteurized milk. Soft blue cheeses made from raw milk can contain Listeria and are therefore risky to eat while pregnant. Blue cheeses that are always made from raw milk are Roquefort, Persillé de Rambouillet and Pas De Blue. However, Listeria has never been found in Roquefort, which means that this cheese can be eaten by pregnant women. Persillé de Rambouillet can also be eaten, because this is a hard type of cheese in which no Listeria can grow. There are also many blue cheeses that are always made from pasteurized milk and are therefore safe to eat during pregnancy. Finally, there are blue cheeses that are made from both raw milk and pasteurized milk. That is why it is wise to always check the packaging before eating the cheese. If the package says au lait cru or made from raw milk, the cheese should not be eaten unless it is a hard blue cheese.

  2. Blue cheese is safe to eat during pregnancy as long as it is made from pasteurized milk. Soft blue cheeses made from raw milk may contain Listeria and are therefore risky to eat when pregnant. Blue cheeses that are always made from raw milk are Roquefort, Persillé de Rambouillet and Pas De Blue. However, Listeria has never been found in Roquefort, which means that this cheese can be eaten by pregnant women. Persillé de Rambouillet can also be eaten, because this is a hard type of cheese in which no Listeria can grow. There are also many blue cheeses that are always made from pasteurized milk and are therefore safe to eat during pregnancy. Finally, there are blue cheeses that are made from both raw milk and pasteurized milk. That is why it is wise to always check the packaging before eating the cheese. If the package says au lait cru or made from raw milk, the cheese should not be eaten unless it is a hard blue cheese.



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