§ 6-304.  Condemnation.
   (1)   Whenever the Department has reason to believe that any food or drug is or may be adulterated, it may order any person having charge, control, or custody thereof:
      (a)   to submit a sample of such food or drug to the Department in order to permit inspection or laboratory analysis to determine whether or not such food or drug is in fact adulterated;
      (b)   to withhold such food or drug from sale for human consumption or human use until prompt inspection or laboratory analysis indicates whether or not such food or drug is in fact adulterated.
   (2)   If such inspection or laboratory analysis establishes that such food or drug or any portion of it is adulterated, the Department shall forthwith order the condemnation of such food or drug or any adulterated portion.
   (3)   Any adulterated food or drug which has been so condemned by the Department shall be impounded or denatured forthwith, and thereafter shall be either destroyed or sold for such uses and purposes other than human consumption or human use as the Department may determine to be proper for the protection of the ultimate consumer or user.