In summer as in winter, cheese is an essential food on our plates. If some recipes particularly appreciated by the French such as raclette or tartiflette are more associated with winter, summer offers other ways to consume these dairy products.

Indeed, cheeses are products that are particularly popular when it is cold. In raclette or fondue, they are ideal for warming up after a good day of skiing. But with the imminent arrival of the summer season, other recipes will make a comeback.

Whether in a salad, on toast or simply on a piece of bread, cheese can be a satisfying and even fresh snack when the outside temperature reaches peaks. So, when the sun heats up a little too much, nothing like a tomato accompanied by a mozzarella to perk up.

However, no matter the season, dairy products are not immune to recalls. Today, a total of 14 cheeses are affected by one of these procedures. And the reasons are not the least since these recalls were launched following the detection of particularly dangerous bacteria: Listeria monocytogenes and salmonella.

If you are in possession of one of these products, it is strongly advised to destroy it or bring it back to a point of sale to obtain an exchange or a refund. In any case, it is better to avoid consuming them to avoid any risk of medical complications.

Discover in our slideshow the list of the 14 cheeses affected by a recall procedure.