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Over the many years of storing meats there have been occasions where a pack was "lost" in my home freezer for years. The longest period that I recall was right at four years. It was a large Rump Roast I believe. The worn out wrapping had holes in it and the self-defrosting freezer did a pretty good job of freezer burning exposed surfaces on the roast. Well, we stuck the roast in a covered pan and cooked it. Low and behold, the roast came out looking like any other roast. As the roast heated up the internal juices mobilized back into the freezer burned parts of the roast and I could barely see where it had been freezer burned. The texture and taste was fine too.
Marilyn von Savant knows . . . .