The federal authorities retrieve more than 14,000 pounds of beef and pork from a Denver processing plant that produces after approved operating hours and without inspection.
Inspectors of the US Department of Agriculture learned Wednesday that the raw meat had been shipped out of Denver Processing without the usual procedures. The meat had already been shipped to stores in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, according to a notification from the department.
Nobody reported illness because he ate the food. The federal inspectors said there was a "reasonable likelihood" that eating meat could lead to illness.
The recalled meat includes:
- Pork tenderloin without bones
- Pork loin roast with the same expiry date
- Diced Pork Super Value Pack
- Pork loin without bone
- Pork loin without bones Chops Family Pack
- US, D.A. Select beef Chuck Pot Roast boneless
- US, D.A. Choice beef shell round London Broil
All meats have an expiry date on April 18th and have "EST. 6250 "on the USDA mark.
If you have any of these foods in your fridge, ask the federal authorities to return them to the store or throw them away.
People with questions are asked to call Adam Williamson at the Denver Processing Plant at 303-778-3168.