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Publisher

The website https://everland-petfood.com is published by:

Neovia
Joint stock company under French law with a capital of 30,589,692 euros
registered at the VANNES commercial register of companies under the number 636 320 038
VAT n°: FR 29 636 320 038

Registered office:
Talhouët
56250 SAINT-NOLFF
France
phone number: + 33 (0) 297485454

Digital manager : Johanna Combe
Publishing Director: Hubert de Roquefeuil

Hosting

LINKBYNET
5/9 Rue de l’Industrie
93200 Saint-Denis
France

Terms of use

All visitors accessing this Site agree with the following terms and conditions. The Publisher endeavours to ensure the exactness and timeliness of the content available on this Site and reserves the right, at any moment, to modify or temporarily or permanently suspend all or a part of the Site, with no prior necessary notice.

The Publisher enforces to provide users with available and reliable information and/or tools, but cannot be held responsible for errors, unavailable information and/or the presence of viruses on the Site.

Intellectual property

The Site and all its contents are subject to and protected by the intellectual property legislation in force (copyright, trademark, designs and models, etc.).

The Site and all its contents (architecture, graphic charter, texts, photographs, illustrations, software, images, animated sequences, sound components, etc.) are the property of The Publisher or of third parties having granted Publisher authorization to use them.

All rights of reproduction, representation and adaptation are reserved, including for downloadable documents and illustrations and photographs.

In accordance with intellectual property law, any attempt to reproduce, represent or adapt all or part of the Site or its contents, by any method or process and regardless of purpose, without Publisher’s prior written consent, is forbidden and punishable by law.

Protection of personal data

The data collected on this Site come purely from the voluntary provision of visitors’ personal information. These data are intended exclusively for internal use and can be accessed only by those people responsible for handling the visitor’s request at the Publisher. They are not communicated, sold or divulged to third parties.

In accordance with the legislation relatives to Information Technology, Files and Civil Liberties, everyone has the right to access, modify, rectify and delete your personal data at any time by contacting:

NEOVIA Communication department – Website
BP 234
56006 VANNES CEDEX
FRANCE

Cookies

The Publisher uses cookies to identify yourself when you access the Site for purposes of statistical analysis.

Most browsers enable you to disable and systematically refuse cookies and receive prior notification before they are recorded. Simply read the instructions before proceeding.

Hypertext links

The Site may include links to sites owned by third parties. The existence of these links does not imply Publisher approves, warrants the accuracy of any information, or endorses any opinions expressed on any of these outside websites, and no association between the Publisher and any of the administrators, authors or hosts of any of these outside websites is intended or should be inferred. The Publisher shall therefore not be held liable for any of the contents, products, services, advertising, cookies or any other materials on such websites or for any actual or alleged damage or loss that may result from or relate to the use of any information, services or data available on any of these websites.

Others

These conditions of use constitute the entire agreement made between the Publisher and Site users. You may also be subject to additional conditions of use specific to certain sections of the website, indicated when you access these sections.

Even if it’s accessible by other, the Site and its contents are intended for access and use of French residents.

Therefore, these conditions of use and the relations between the Publisher and users are subject to French law. Any unsettled disagreements will come under the jurisdiction of the relevant court of Paris.

Last update: September 20th, 2018.