Terms and conditions

Legal notice

Vegan Food Law is the owner of the website veganfoodlaw.com with French VAT number FR27882732597 and French SIREN number 882 732 597.
The consultancy is located at 66 Avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 PARIS, FRANCE.
The email address of the consultancy is [email protected] 
The website is hosted by Hostinger.
The person who has created and manages the website is Mathilde Do Chi.

User’s responsibilities


By browsing, making use and having access to this website, a person performing the previously cited actions acquires the status of user which entails that they accept all the conditions of use established below without prejudice to the application of the corresponding obligatory legal requirements, if appropriate.
The Vegan Food Law website pages display miscellaneous information, services and data. Users accept their responsibility to use the website correctly. This includes the following aspects:
– The accuracy and legality of the information provided by users when completing the electronic forms presented by Vegan Food Law to access to certain contents or services offered by the website pages. Any use of the information, services and data offered by Vegan Food Law, that contravenes to the conditions contained herein or the requirements of the Law and the maintenance of moral standards, respectable standards of behaviour and public order, or which may in any other way violate the rights of third parties or the proper operation of the website.

Policy with regard to links and exemption from responsibility

Vegan Food Law accepts no responsibility for the content of any website to which users may gain access through links created on its website and states that it shall under no circumstances undertake to examine, or to exercise any type of control over, the content of other websites on the Internet. It shall as well under no circumstances guarantee the technical availability, accuracy, truthfulness, validity or legality of any websites outside its ownership to which users may gain access through the links referred to.
Vegan Food Law declares that it has taken all necessary measures to avoid any harm which may be caused to users of its website by browsing through the pages of its website. Consequently, Vegan Food Law shall under no circumstances be held responsible for any possible harm that Users may suffer through the Internet.


Vegan Food Law reserves the right to carry out, without giving prior notice, any modifications to the content of its website that it may consider appropriate, both in relation to the contents of the website and to its conditions of use or general contract conditions. Such modifications may be made, through its website, by any legally admissible means and it shall be compulsory to comply with them for as long as they are published on the website and until such times as they are modified in a valid manner by any other subsequent modifictions.

Reservation of the right to use cookies

Vegan Food Law reserves the right to use cookies when users browse through its website in order to faciliate the customisation and convenience of browsing. In accordance with the consultancy’s data protection policy, it informs users that cookies are associated with users and their computers on an anonymous basis and do not in themselves provide details of users’ names.
Users have the right to configure their browsers in such a way that they are informed of the receipt of cookies, any may, if they so desire, prevent them from being installed on their hard disks. Under no circumstances, the installation of cookies shall be an obligatory pre-condition for gaining access to the current website.

Protection of data

According to the applicable provisions of French law, Vegan Food Law informs the users of its website that the personal data collected by company by means of the electronic forms belonging to the website will be included in a computerised database held under the responsibility of Vegan Food Law to increase the convenience, flexibility and reliability of the undertakings established between both parties.
Users are provided the possibility to exercise their rights of access, cancellation, rectification and objection by email to [email protected]
Unless users say otherwise, we shall take consider that their data have not been modified or they shall notify us of any change or inaccuracy and that we have their consent to use them in order to set up a contractual relationship between the parties.
Intellectual property
The rights of intellectual and industrial property arising from all the texts, images, and ways and methods of presenting and laying out its website pages are the sole property of Vegan Food Law, either in its own right or as an assignee, and the above elements shall consequently be protected as intellectual property by the provisions of French law and European Union regulations in addition with any international treaties or bilateral agreement France and/or the European Union is a party to.


All rights reserved

The provisions of French law regarding intellectual property forbid the reproduction, distribution, publicising and use of the whole or part of the contents of the Vegan Food Law website without the latter’s written consent. 

Legal actions and applicable legislation and jurisdiction

Vegan Food Law reserves the right to bring such actions in civil or criminal law as it may consider appropriate in cases of unrightfully use of its website and its contents or non-fulfilment of the conditions contained herein.
Any dispute arising between the user and Vegan Food Law shall be governed by current French legislation and the competent jurisdiction shall be a court located in Paris.


No cancellation

Once the user has payed for the report, the user is not entitled to ask for a refund or withdraw.

Rights on the reports

The intellectual property of the reports belongs to Vegan Food Law and is protected both by national and international laws.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or an automated database, or disclosed in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of Vegan Food Law.




LAST UPDATE: 22/11/2022