Nearly 14,000 pounds of beef and pork recalled that was processed in Denver facility
Meat was distributed to Colorado grocery stores
The Denver Post
Federal authorities are recalling more than 14,000 pounds of beef and pork from a Denver processing plant that produced after approved hours of operation and without inspection.
Inspectors with the U.S. Department of Agriculture learned on Wednesday that the raw meat had been shipped out from Denver Processing without the normal procedures. The meat had already been shipped to stores in Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming, according to an alert from the department.
The recalled meats include:
- Pork Sirloin Boneless Chop
- Pork Boneless Loin Top Loin Roast with the same sell-by date
- Diced Pork Super Value Pack
- Pork Loin Boneless Chop
- Pork Loin Boneless Chops Family Pack
- U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Chuck Pot Roast Boneless
- U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Top Round London Broil
All of the meats have a sell-by date of April 18 and have “EST. 6250” on the USDA mark of inspection.
Since MIRA launched on July 29, 2018, it has recorded 140 days of operation. A total of 2,812 people have received services or been connected to other resources through MIRA as it visited 40 neighborhoods in Eagle County.