We are Bite Back 2030 Limited, the charity behind the Bite Back 2030 campaign. To avoid any confusion in this notice, we call ourselves “Bite Back 2030” and refer to the “Campaign”.
We believe every young person deserves access to healthy, nutritious food, no matter where they live — but right now, that’s not our reality.
Bite Back 2030 is a youth-led movement that wants healthy, nutritious food to be an option for every family, at home, on the high street and at school. Because health comes first.
These terms and conditions set out the rules for using our website, www.biteback2030.com. We’ll refer to them as the “terms” for short.
Please click on the links below for more information about the different rules which apply.
- Who we are and how to contact us
- Your acceptance of these terms
- There are other terms that may apply to you
- We may make changes
- You must keep your account details safe
- Availability of the website
- Using the website
- Uploading to and creating content on our website
- Sharing content from our website
- Links and social media plug-ins
- What happens if you don’t follow these rules
- Please note…
- If there is a problem with the website
If you have any questions, please contact us using the contact details in section 1.
1. Who we are and how to contact us
www.biteback2030.com is a site operated by Bite Back 2030 Limited, a charity based in England, meaning we are regulated by the Charity Commission. Our charity number is: 1180969 and our company number is: 11408816. Our registered address is: Benwell House, 15-21 Benwell Road, London, N7 7BL.
As a Campaign and fundraiser, we are also regulated by the Fundraising Regulator.
Where we use the words “we” “us” and “ours”, we are referring to Bite Back 2030.
If you have any questions, please contact us at email@example.com
If we have to contact you, we will do so by using whichever contact details you have provided to us.
When we use the word “writing” or “written” in these terms, this includes emails.
2. Your acceptance of these terms
By using the website, you confirm that you accept these terms and you agree to follow the rules.
If you do not agree to any of the above, you should not use the website. We recommend you print a copy of these terms for your records.
If you are under 18 years of age, you should check with your parent or guardian that they are happy for you to continue to use the website.
3. There are other terms that may apply to you
These terms refer to the following additional terms, which also apply to your use of our site:
- Our Privacy Notice, which sets out information about how we will use your personal data.
- Our Cookies Notice, which sets out information about the cookies on our site.
Safeguarding is at the centre of everything we do so please familiarise yourself with our policies on safeguarding.
4. We may make changes
We may change these terms from time to time, for example to reflect changes in relevant laws and regulations, so you should check them regularly.
We also may update and change the website from time to time. For example, we may implement minor technical adjustments and improvements to address a security threat.
We may also transfer our rights and obligations under these terms to another organisation but this will not affect your rights under these terms. We will notify you of this and any other significant changes and/or any changes that require an action from you. If you do not agree to any changes, you should stop using the website.
5. You must keep your account details safe
If you choose, or you are provided with, a login name, password or any other piece of information as part of logging into our website you must treat such information as confidential. You must not disclose your login details to anyone else.
If you know or suspect that anyone other than you knows your login name or password, you must promptly notify us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6. Availability of the website
We cannot guarantee that the website, or any content on it, will always be available or uninterrupted. We may need to restrict access for business and operational reasons (for example, if we find an error and need to fix it).
We will try to give you notice if the website is not going to be available for an extended period of time.
7. Using the website
You must not misuse the website by knowingly introducing viruses, trojans, worms, logic bombs or other material that is malicious or technologically harmful. Please also do not conduct, facilitate, authorise or permit any text or data mining or web scraping of our site. You must also not attempt to gain unauthorised access to our site, the server on which our site is stored or any server, computer or database connected to our site or attack our site via a denial-of-service attack or a distributed denial-of service attack. By breaching this provision, you would commit a criminal offence and we will report any breach to the relevant law enforcement authorities, which will include disclosing your identity to them. In the event of such a breach, you will no longer be able to use our site.
The content on our site is provided for general information only. It is not intended to amount to advice on which you should rely. You should obtain professional or specialist advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of the content on our site.
8. Uploading to and creating content on our website
The website includes information and content about the Campaign. This content comes from us, experts and influencers associated with the Campaign and, occasionally, from you! The content provided by you and other website users could be in relation to:
- Signing petitions and open letters;
- Emailing, tweeting or calling your MP and other targets based on our editable templates or your free drafting;
- Submitting images, written testimonials, videos and voice notes;
- Participating in quizzes, surveys and polls; and
- Sharing messages on social media,
The Content we received has not been verified or approved by us and any views expressed in the content does not represent our views or values.
When you provide us with Content or use information on our website to create Content, please make sure you follow these rules:
- The work is your own or you give credit to the original source. For example, if you include the quote “All the world is a stage” give credit to Shakespeare.
- Content must be appropriate. For example, please do not use anything harmful, defamatory, obscene, false, sexually explicit, violent, deceitful, harassing, terrorism-related or invading another person’s privacy. If you do spot any Content that could comprise any of these things, please contact us immediately using the details in section 1.
- Do not include personal information (for example, phone number or address) in any Content that may be made public.
- Do not create Content which may pose a danger to the website, the Campaign, or any other person.
- Respect the privacy of others. For example, if your friend is in your picture, please make sure that they are happy for you to submit it.
- Make sure you keep copies of your Content. We are not responsible for backing up the information you provide to us.
When you provide us with Content, you grant us and other users of the website a worldwide, non-exclusive, royalty-free and transferable licence to use your content for the purposes of the Campaign until the Content is deleted from the website (by you or by us). We have the right to edit, remove, or request that you edit any of your Content, if we reasonably believe that it is required. For example, if you include any personal information about other individuals in the Content, we may request that you remove these references.
Also note that when you provide us with Content, we have the right to disclose your identity to any third party who is claiming that any Content posted or uploaded by you constitutes a violation of their intellectual property rights or of their right to privacy.
9. Sharing content from our website
We are a public campaign, and so we would love it if you shared content from the website! When you share our content, please give us credit as we own the rights to this content. Please do not share our content in a way that will damage our reputation and breaches the rules above. When you share our content, please ensure that you do not establish a link to a website not owned by you or that suggests a non-existent form of association, approval or endorsement with us.
Where our content has been provided by someone else (for example, a blog written by an expert in the food industry), please also give them credit.
The content from our website (including our name and logo) can only be used for the purposes of the Campaign and should be used in its entirety (e.g. do not separate text from videos). You cannot download, print or otherwise use content from the website for any other reason without first checking with us, unless it is your personal content, and please do not modify any materials you have printed or downloaded. We may ask you to return or destroy any materials that you've download or printed.
If you wish to use our content for purposes outside the Campaign, have a complaint or question about content you see on the website or want to understand why we have taken your content down, get in touch with us using the details in section 1.
10. Links and social media plug-ins
Sometimes we provide links to other websites and resources created by other people and organisations that we think you might find interesting: “external content” for short. These links are provided for your information only and we don’t intend any such links to imply that we endorse the external content. We do not have control over the external content. Other rules may apply to use of the external content, and so we recommend that you review the terms and conditions of any other website you visit.
Our Campaign depends upon sharing content, and so we’ve provided social media plug-ins to make this easier. Each social media platform will have its own rules, and it’s up to you to make sure that you are following the social media platform’s rules when you share our content.
11. What happens if you don’t follow these rules
If we reasonably believe you have not followed the rules set out in the terms, we may revoke your access to the website (either temporarily or permanently) or withdraw certain rights relating to the breach, e.g. rights to download content. If we reasonably believe that your actions are significantly serious, we may disclose information about your actions to law enforcement authorities and may take legal action ourselves to protect the Campaign and Bite Back 2030.
12. Please note…
Below are a few more details which are usually in the fine print, but are nonetheless important.
- We try to keep the website up to date, but… we cannot always do so and so we make no guarantee that the information on the website is accurate, complete, or up to date.
- The website is not for commercial or business use. Please note that we only provide the website for the purposes of the Campaign. You agree not to use the website for any commercial or business purposes, and we have no liability for losses related to your business such as lost data, lost profits or business interruption.
- Responsibility for loss or damage. If you break the rules set out in these terms, you will only be responsible for damage or loss that could be reasonably predicted to arise from your breach. Similarly, if we break any of the rules in these terms, we will only be responsible for damage or loss that could be reasonably predicted to arise from our breach.
- We do not exclude or limit in any way our responsibility to you where it would be unlawful to do so. Under the law, there are certain types of responsibility for loss or damage which we cannot legally limit or exclude. This includes death or personal injury caused by our negligence (or the negligence of people working with us) or for fraud.
- Delays in action. Just because we may take time to act if you don’t follow these terms does not mean that we agree with your actions or will not take action in the future.
- Which law applies? We are a charity based in England and so you and we both agree that these terms are to be governed by English law and the courts of England and Wales will have exclusive jurisdiction, except that if you are a resident of Northern Ireland, you may also bring proceedings in Northern Ireland, and if you are resident of Scotland, you may also bring proceedings in Scotland.
13. If there is a problem with the website
If you have any questions or complaints about the website, the Campaign or the Bite Back 2030, please get in touch using the details set out in section 1.
If you are having any technical difficulties with the website, please contact: email@example.com.
Version: 2 | Updated: 17 September 2023