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What Is White Label Agreement

Most supermarket-branded products are supplied by companies that sell to several supermarkets and only change labels. In addition, some manufacturers create low-cost generic labels that only bear the name of the product (“beer,” “Cola,” etc.). Richelieu Foods, for example, is a privately labeled food manufacturer, frozen pizza, dressing, sauces, marinades, spices and spice salads for other companies, including Hy-Vee, Aldi, Save-A-Lot, Sam`s Club[6] Hannaford Brothers Co.,[7] BJ`s Wholesale Club (Earth`s Brand Pride) and Shaw`s Supermarets (Circle). [7] 1. Some definitions. (a) “active subscription,” a subscription activated by an end user. (b) “affiliate” in relation to one company, another entity that controls, controls or controls the former. (c) “confidential information,” this agreement and all schedules (including pricing), changes to this agreement; non-public parts of the Service, documentation and other written or electronic information that are (i) confidential and/or proprietary or that are accompanied by a written notification that such information is confidential and/or proprietary, or (ii) are not identified or accompanied by a message indicating that it is confidential and/or proprietary, but which, if disclosed to third parties, could reasonably compete with the owner of that information. Confidential information does not include information that, as demonstrated by the receiving party, is: (i) publicly available, (ii) obtained legally by third parties without limitation of disclosure, or (iii) is developed independently of a party without reference or use of confidential information.

(d) “continuation period,” the period beginning at the end of the period and ending with the termination or expiry of the last outstanding subscription. (e) “end user”: a person in the target market who: (i) has acquired access to the service from the reseller or otherwise has the right to access the service in accordance with the dealer`s terms; and (ii) is not a dealer or dealer partner. (f) “end user data”: any end-user information provided by the MTP reseller in connection with the sale of subscriptions by DenSeller or Channel Partner. (g) “documentation”: publications such as reference, user, system administration and/or technical guides (online or online) regarding the use of the service made available from time to time by MTP to the reseller. (h) “inactive subscription”: all subscriptions purchased, with the exception of active subscriptions. (i) “Intellectual property rights”: all rights to, in or out of: (i) a U.S., international or foreign patent, an international or foreign patent or patent application, and any new issuance, divisions, renewals, renewals, renewals and renewals; (ii) inventions (patentable or not in any country), invention revelations, improvements, trade secrets, protected information, know-how, technology and technical data; (iii) copyright, copyright recordings, hidden works, hidden statements and applications in the United States or a foreign country, as well as all other related rights worldwide; and (iv) all other property rights around the world. (j) “changes” refers to all fixes, error fixes, problem fixes, fixes, extensions, updates or upgrades to the service that MTP typically makes available to its customers. (k) “MTP conditions,” the agreement between MTP and end-users; MTP`s terms and conditions contain all terms of use, acceptable terms of use or other contracts or rules established by MTP for end-users.