Terms and conditions of use


This text is a translation of our terms and conditions of us translated into Deepl. Only the original French version is legally valid.

Version dated 31.10.2023


The purpose of these general conditions of use (hereinafter referred to as the “GCU“) is to define the terms and conditions under which Vege’tables, with registered office at Place Numa-Droz 2, 2000 Neuchâtel (hereinafter referred to as the “Publisher” or “We“) offers users (hereinafter referred to as the “User(s)” or “You“) access to the Vege’tables website (hereinafter referred to as the “Site“) and use of the various services offered on the Site (hereinafter referred to as the “Service(s)“).

The GCU may be supplemented by special conditions specific to the various Services offered on the Site. Consequently, these general terms and conditions are applicable insofar as they are not derogated from in the special terms and conditions.

Acceptance of the GCU

By clicking on the box provided for this purpose when you arrive on the Site and/or by registering for our Services, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and agree to be expressly and unreservedly subject to all the provisions of the T&Cs and the Publisher’s Privacy Policy.

The Publisher reserves the right to modify these GCU at any time and without prior notice. In such a case, Users acknowledge that they have read, understood and expressly and unreservedly accepted the new terms and conditions by clicking in the box provided for this purpose.

Subsequent modifications

You agree that the Publisher may, at its sole discretion and without liability to You, with or without cause, with or without notice, at any time, modify, suspend or terminate the Site. In the event of any significant modification of the Services, (in particular a modification of the rates) You will be notified in advance and You will be given the opportunity to terminate your registration.

Exclusion of liability

Subject to the mandatory legal provisions of Swiss law, the Publisher declines all responsibility for any direct or indirect damage of any nature whatsoever that may result from the use or impossibility of use of the Site.

In particular, the Publisher accepts no liability for any errors or omissions in the content of the information, data or any other term appearing on the Site, nor for the consequences of any use that may be made thereof.

The Publisher expressly excludes all liability for direct or indirect damage in the event of misuse or malicious use of the Site by a Third Party (in particular in the event of a cyber-attack).

Furthermore, the Publisher excludes all liability arising from the actions of third parties or any auxiliary persons.

Without prejudice to the foregoing, the maximum compensation in the event of liability on the part of the Publisher may not exceed the amount of the Services for the last three months or, in the absence of paid Services, a lump sum of CHF 200 (two hundred Swiss francs).

Responsibility of the User

Use of the Site is the sole responsibility of the User.

The User undertakes never to use any tool, software or process to impair, or attempt to impair, the proper operation of the Site and/or any other Service offered. The User is also forbidden to carry out any actions on the Site that may cause an unreasonable or disproportionate load on the Site’s infrastructure.

The use of information or any type of content found on the Site is entirely the User’s responsibility.

The User is liable to the Publisher for any damage of any nature whatsoever that he causes when using the Site. The User undertakes to hold harmless and indemnify the Publisher for any use of the Site contrary to these GCU.

Hypertext links

The Site may contain hypertext links to third-party websites. Users click on these links at their own risk.

Consequently, the Publisher cannot be held responsible for the hypertext links proposed, nor for the content of the pages/websites to which these links redirect the User. The Publisher also declines all responsibility for any damage, direct or indirect, suffered by the User as a result of consulting and/or using the pages/websites of third parties.

Intellectual property rights

The Site and/or Services and their content are protected by Swiss legislation on intellectual property, in particular by copyright.

Any element of the Site, of whatever nature, is protected by intellectual property and is the exclusive property of the Publisher. Except as provided by applicable Swiss law, the User acquires no intellectual property rights over any element of the Site by consulting and using it.

Any reproduction, distribution, modification, transmission, copying or use in any way whatsoever of all or part of any of the elements of the Site is strictly prohibited without the prior written authorisation of the Publisher. Any unauthorised use of any of the elements of the Site will result in criminal prosecution and/or civil proceedings as well as the payment of damages.

Confidentiality policy and data protection

By using the Site and/or the Services, You provide a certain amount of personal data and other information about Yourself. The Publisher undertakes to collect and process such data in accordance with the Privacy Policy. The Privacy Policy forms an integral part of these TOS.

Transfer of rights and obligations to third parties

The Publisher reserves the right to assign to a third party, or to have performed by a third party, all or part of the rights and obligations arising from these Terms and Conditions.


The fact that the Publisher does not avail itself of any provision of the GCU at a given time may not be interpreted as a waiver of its right to do so at a later date.

The partial or total invalidity of any clause of these General Terms and Conditions shall not affect the validity of the remainder of the clause in question, or of the other clauses of these General Terms and Conditions.

Place of jurisdiction and applicable law

These General Terms and Conditions and any dispute between a User and the Publisher are governed by Swiss law.

In the event of a dispute, the place of jurisdiction is Neuchâtel, the Publisher’s registered office.