Pa. slaughterhouse recalls 1,800 pounds of uninspected veal carcasses sold for Orthodox Easter

A Pennsylvania slaughterhouse is recalling 1,800 pounds of veal carcasses that were sold to families for Orthodox Easter without being inspected.

The U.S. Agriculture Department says Leader Slaughterhouse in Imler produced six 300-pound veal carcasses Friday outside of inspection hours.

They didn't bear the Agriculture Department's mark of inspection.

No illnesses have been reported.

Plant Manager David Hill says customers from Pennsylvania and New York picked up the quarter-cut carcasses to consume at home for Sunday's Greek Orthodox Easter.

Hill says none of the recalled meat wound up in stores. He says most of it has already been returned to the slaughterhouse.

Imler is about 28 miles south of Altoona.