Terms of use

This website is made available by Danone Deutschland GmbH, Am Hauptbahnhof 18, 60329 Frankfurt, Germany

  1. Scope of application of the terms of use
    By using the websites of Danone Deutschland GmbH, you consent to the following terms of use. We reserve the right to change or expand these terms or adapt them to changed legal situations at any time. In particular, the terms of use may be changed or updated from time to time due to technical innovations and legal reforms. We therefore ask you as a user of our website to read these terms of us before each use and to note changes and updates.
  2. Intellectual property
    The brands, logos, product features and designations, images and texts as well as the websites themselves and their design are protected in particular by copyrights and trademark rights as well as other intellectual property rights of Danone Deutschland GmbH (hereinafter referred to in their entirety as “industrial property rights of Milupa”). The use of the industrial property rights of Milupa is not permitted without prior written consent of Danone Deutschland GmbH or the relevant trademark holder. Individual copies of pages or parts thereof can be made for your private use, if and insofar as these remain unmodified and the reference to the Danone Deutschland GmbH copyright is preserved. Commercial use of the websites or parts thereof requires the explicit approval of Danone Deutschland GmbH.
  3. Submission of ideas
    As a rule we reject unsolicited manuscripts concerning marketing concepts, advertising, products, packaging concepts, etc. Should you nonetheless send ideas or suggestions to Danone Deutschland GmbH, we assume no liability for the submitted materials. We cannot return unsolicited manuscripts and materials sent to us for reasons of time and costs.
  4. Liability disclaimer
    Danone Deutschland GmbH assumes no warranty or liability for damages, regardless of what type, arising from the accessing of our websites, their use and/or the downloading or storage of information or programs. Exceptions to this are claims to compensation for damage resulting from injury to life, limb or health or from the breach of material contractual obligations (cardinal obligations) and the liability for other damage arising from malicious intent or grossly negligent breach of obligations of Danone Deutschland GmbH, their legal representatives or vicarious agents. Material contractual obligations are those obligations which must be fulfilled in order to achieve the object of the contract. In the event of breach of material contractual obligations, our liability is limited to the compensation of foreseeable damage typical for the contract if this was due to simple negligence, unless there are claims for compensation of damage arising from injury to life, limb or health. The provisions of the German Product Liability Act remain unaffected.
    Danone Deutschland GmbH makes every effort to keep the websites it operates free of viruses. Unfortunately we cannot guarantee freedom from viruses. We therefore recommend that you refrain from downloading files and information if you do not have a current virus protection program.
  5. Links to third-party sites
    All links or other references on our websites have been carefully reviewed and to the best of our knowledge do not contain any illegal content. In view of the frequent changes in Internet content, we explicitly declare that Danone Deutschland GmbH has no influence whatsoever on the design or content of the linked sites. Thus, Danone Deutschland GmbH explicitly distances itself from all content on third-party websites and explicitly does not adopt this content as its own. This declaration applies without exception to the links contained on our website, but also to all content of the sites to which the links take the user should he click on them.
  6. Ancillary provisions
    Should any individual provision of these terms of use be or become invalid or infeasible, the validity of the remaining provisions hereof will remain unaffected. In place of the invalid provisions, the statutory regulation will apply. These terms of use are governed by the law of the Federal Republic of Germany. If the user is a merchant as defined by the German Commercial Code, the court of jurisdiction is Frankfurt am Main.