For the Christmas meal, it is customary to serve a beautiful cheese platter. Log of goat cheese, Comté, Camembert or even Roquefort, if the classics are generally included, it is also the opportunity to taste other less common products.

Munster is one of them. If it remains popular in a large part of the territory, it is not necessarily consumed regularly. However, this characterful cheese from the East of France could delight the palate of your guests during the end-of-year celebrations.

However, if you have chosen this cheese, it is better to check the brand and the batch purchased because, after the aperitif products, it is now this one that is subject to a recall procedure. These are small and large AOP Munsters, plain or with cumin, from the Laiterie de la Vallée de Munster brand.

Indeed, several batches of its products could be infected with Listeria monocytogenes which could possibly cause contamination with listeriosis in the event of consumption. Thus, if you are in possession of one of the products concerned, it is preferable not to consume it to avoid any risk and to bring it back to the point of sale in order to obtain a refund.

Here are the references of the products in question:

If you have consumed one of these products, it is important to remain vigilant in the face of the appearance of symptoms such as fever, headaches or body aches. If you have any, you should consult your doctor and inform him of the consumption.

This recall procedure does not concern the whole of France and is limited to certain departments. Here are which ones.