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- Food is permitted as long as it is correctly packaged, labelled and delivered, and complies with all applicable regulations. All ingredients must be lawful and within permitted quantity or concentration limits.
- All food products offered for sale on an Amazon website must comply with all applicable EU and local laws, including but not limited to EU regulation on the provision of food information to consumers.
Examples of Permitted Listings
Reminder: all listings and products must comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
- Chocolate, turron, sweets properly packaged, labelled and shipped
- Olive oil
- Canned food
- Chocolate that contains a low percentage of alcohol
Examples of Prohibited Listings
- Prohibited animal products including products containing ingredients from shark, dolphin, whale, or porpoise
- Products that are adulterated or misbranded
- Products that an official or governmental entity, whether national or not, has determined present an unreasonable risk of injury or illness or that are not safe for human consumption, such as:
- Beef thiophene ("3-acetyl-2, 5-dimethylthiophene")
- Products that contain a daily dosage of more than 1,5 mg of Germanium
- Bentonite Clay
- Kava Kava
- Products that have passed their expiration or "use by" dates
- Products labelled as "not for retail sale," or "not intended for resale"
- Unregistered novel foods according to the Novel Food Catalogue of the European Commission, such as:
- Miracle berry
- Globe amaranth
- Pueraria mirificia
- Food containing any illegal drug
- Counterfeit food
- Food infringing protected geographical indications and protected designations of origin
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