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Section 919.10 | Adulteration - definition.


Any horse meat food product is adulterated if it includes any ingredient which is foreign to or in excess of standards prescribed for the product in regulations promulgated by the director of agriculture; any artificial coloring, flavoring, chemicals, or preservatives not approved in regulations promulgated by the director; any meat of other animals; or any substance unfit for human food or dangerous to human health.

The director may seize and destroy, without compensation to the owner, any unlawful ingredient, chemical, preservative, or product to which any unlawful ingredient has been added.

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