FRANCE - APRIL 18:  Cheeses are left to Mature at the REO Camembert plant in the Normandy town of Lessay in northern France, on Friday, April 18, 2008. While a French court ruled in 1926 that the name Camembert was a generic, since 1983 only cheeses made in Normandy with raw cow's milk can have the "AOC Camembert de Normandie" seal.  (Photo by Alastair Miller/Bloomberg via Getty Images)