Listeriosis

Although an infection with listeria is rare, even a mild form of this infection in a pregnant woman can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth or severe illness in a newborn baby.

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Blue Cheese

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Brie

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Camembert

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Caviar (Sturgeon Roe)

Be sure it is pasteurised or else there is a danger of contracting listeria.
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Careful

Chèvre (Cheese)

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Goat's Cheese

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Gorgonzola

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Gravlax (Gravadlax)

This dish, prepared with raw and unfrozen fish, can be contaminated with harmful bacteria so is best to avoid.
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Unsafe

Ikura (Salmon Roe)

Fish roe (eggs) is considered safe for consumption while pregnant, as long as it's been thoroughly cooked and/or pasteurised.
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Careful

Kazunoko (Herring Roe)

Fish roe (eggs) should be safe to eat while pregnant, as long as they have been thoroughly cooked and/or pasteurised beforehand.
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Careful

Lox

Uncooked (and unfrozen) fish can be host to harmful bacteria.
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Unsafe

Lumpfish Roe

Fish roe (eggs) need to be thoroughly cooked and/or pasteurised before they can be considered safe.
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Careful

Masago (Capelin Roe)

Make sure any fish roe (eggs) that you eat are thoroughly cooked and/or pasteurised.
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Careful
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Unsafe

Roquefort

Only if it is thoroughly cooked, melting and slightly burnt.

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Careful

Shad Roe

Listeria can be a problem in fish roe (eggs) as they are often served raw. Make sure roe is cooked and/or pasteurised to reduce the chance of contracting it.
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Careful
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Careful

Tobiko (Flying Fish Roe)

Fish roe (eggs) are considered safe for consumption while pregnant - but only if it has been thoroughly cooked and/or pasteurised so the chance of contracting listeria is reduced.
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Careful

Uni (Sea Urchin Roe)

Uni, or sea urchin roe, should be safe as long as it has been cooked well and/or pasteurised.
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Careful

Wheatgrass

No safe way to eradicate bacteria on the plants which is unsafe during pregnancy.
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Unsafe