An Ohio meat packaging company has issued a voluntary recall of 2,190 pounds of meat possibly produced under unsanitary conditions, according to a news release.
Newswanger Meats said they determined the products were made with the use of a water supply that failed to meet the Ohio Department of Health's requirements for a private water system.
The meat products are fresh, not frozen beef, pork, chicken and other sliced deli products.
The following items have been recalled:
10 lbs. Fresh Beef Stew Meat
10 lbs. Fresh Beef Cubed Steaks
3 lbs. Fresh Beef Strip Steaks
75 lbs. Fresh Ground Beef
5 lbs. Fresh Bratwurst
5 lbs. Fresh Breakfast Sausage Links
3 lbs. Fresh Maple Flavored Sausage Links
3 lbs. Fresh Italian Sausage Links
20 lbs. Fresh Pork Chops
10 lbs. Fresh Pork Steaks
8 lbs. Fresh Pork Roasts
1,440 lbs. Fresh Chorizo Sausage in 1 lb. packages
3 Rind on carcass hogs
13 lbs. Chicken (leg quarters, drumsticks, boneless breast and thighs)
Various sliced deli meats
According to the news release, the beef, pork, chicken and deli products were produced on October 4, 5, and 6. They are marked with the number "Est. 151" inside the Ohio mark of inspections.
The following lot codes were affected: 17J04, 17J05, 17J06 and OCT0517.
Hog carcasses were sold to Ohio City Provisions in Cleveland and chorizo sausages were sold to Fresh Fork Market in Cleveland, the release said.
Customers who have purchased the items are asked not consume them. Newswanger meats said the products should be discarded or taken to the place of purchase for a refund.