30-12-207. Inspection of packages. (1) The department shall adopt by rule and implement a schedule to weigh or measure and inspect packages or amounts of commodities kept, offered, exposed for sale, sold, or in the process of delivery to determine whether they contain the amounts represented and whether they are kept, offered, exposed for sale, or sold in accordance with law. The schedule adopted must provide for random inspection of packages and commodities at randomly selected inspection sites. When those packages or amounts of commodities are found not to contain the amounts represented or are found to be kept, offered, or exposed for sale in violation of law, the department may order them off sale and may so mark or tag them as to show them to be illegal. In carrying out the provisions of this section, the department may employ recognized sampling procedures under which the compliance of a given lot of packages will be determined on the basis of the result obtained on a sample selected from and representative of that lot.
(2) A person may not:
(a) sell or keep, offer, or expose for sale, in intrastate commerce, any package or amount of commodity that has been ordered off sale or marked or tagged as provided in this section unless the package or amount of commodity has been brought into full compliance with all legal requirements; or
(b) dispose of any package or amount of commodity that has been ordered off sale or marked or tagged as provided in this section and that has not been brought into compliance with legal requirements, in any manner, except with the specific approval of the department.