(a) Citrus fruit that has been treated with coloring matter but that on inspection
fails to comply with this chapter or a rule of the department, or is determined to
be otherwise unfit for consumption, is condemned as a public nuisance and as detrimental
to public health.
(b) The department or the sheriff of the county where the citrus fruit is located
shall seize and destroy condemned citrus fruit.
(c) In lieu of seizure and destruction of condemned citrus fruit, the department may
allow disposition by the owner in accordance with department rules.
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