This article applies to selling in: France
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Examples of Permitted Listings
Reminder: all listings and products must comply with all applicable laws and regulations.
- Food is permitted as long as it is correctly packaged, labelled and delivered, and complies with all applicable regulations. Note that from December 13, 2014, all listings must comply with the EU regulation on the provision of food information to consumers. All ingredients must be lawful and within permitted quantity or concentration limits.
Examples of Prohibited Listings
- Food containing any illegal drug or sweets designed to resemble illegal drugs
- Shark or whale meat
- Other prohibited animal products and products made from endangered or threatened species
- Products that an official or governmental entity 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")
- Bentonite Clay
- Kava kava
- Jelly mini-cup sweets
- Products with expired "use by" dates
- Unregistered Novel Food products, such as:
- Miracle berry
- Globe amaranth
- Pueraria Mirificia
- Products labelled as "not for retail sale," or "not intended for resale"
Food marketed with any health claim. For more information, see Restricted Products: Health & Personal Care below.
Please note: Sellers who list prohibited items can have their selling permissions removed, either temporarily or permanently.
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