Distribution Agreement For Food Products

one. As used herein, the term “Proprietary Information” means all information, technical data or know-how (including, but not limited to, with respect to products, software, services, development, inventions, processes, techniques, customers, prices, internal procedures, business and marketing plans or strategies, finances, employees and business opportunities) provided by one party (the “Disclosed Party”) of the other (the “Receiving Party”) to be disclosed in any way, directly or indirectly. anything, including, but not limited to, in writing, machine-readable or other tangible form, orally or visually. All orders are forwarded by the distributor to the supplier and must be approved in writing by the supplier. The supplier may refuse (at its discretion) to accept an order. Each order submitted constitutes an offer by the Distributor for the purchase or licensing of the Supplier`s products described in this Order and, after acceptance by the Supplier, it creates a contractual obligation on the Distributor to purchase or license such Products under the conditions set out in this Agreement. Contradictory, inconsistent or additional terms contained in an order from reseller are not binding unless the supplier expressly agrees to these terms in writing. All costs resulting from the modification or cancellation of an order after acceptance by the supplier, including the costs of diversion, cancellation or return of shipments and all reasonable restocking costs, must be paid by the reseller to the supplier upon request. In the absence of a solid agreement, the distributor has the upper hand on pricing and often on its delivery relationship.

(d) training. The supplier regularly trains the distributor`s staff in the marketing, sale and service of the products, the frequency and content of the training to be set by the supplier. The supplier and distributor shall bear their own travel, catering and accommodation costs during the training period. g. The obligations of the beneficiary Party referred to in this Section 6 shall apply for a period of [number of years] after the termination or non-termination of this Agreement. For the avoidance of doubt, the distributor`s customer and sub-distribution lists are considered protected information under this Agreement. c. products. The products manufactured by the Company and sold to the Distributor for distribution are as follows: The Supplier may provide the Distributor with certain confidential or protected information (“Confidential Information”).

Confidential information includes information, whether written, electronic or oral, that the distributor is aware of or reasonably known to be the owner, confidential or trade secret of the supplier, including all technical or commercial information, the software, including its source codes and documentation, specifications and design information of supplier products, service information, customer lists, pricing information, marketing information, guidelines, procedures and manuals regarding the supplier`s distributors or distribution channels, research and development and other ownership matters concerning supplier products or supplier activities. At the end of this Agreement (or earlier, at the request of the Supplier), the Distributor shall cease using all Confidential Information and immediately return to the Supplier (or destroy) in its possession or control all documents (written or electronic) that constitute Confidential Information. . . .