|Chapter 1||Content of the scheme|
|Chapter 3||Authorities and controls|
|Chapter 4||Commitment and payout application|
|Chapter 5||Conditions for grants|
|Chapter 6||Payment of grants|
|Chapter 7||Changes and obligation to provide information|
|Chapter 8||Disposal and repayment of grants|
|Chapter 9||Penalty provisions|
|Chapter 10||Entry into force|
Publication of school fruit 1)
In accordance with paragraph 1 (1), 1-5, section 4, paragraph 4. The European Community Guarantee Fund, Section 5 a and section 24 of the European Common Agricultural Policy Regulations, financed by the European Guarantee Fund for Agriculture and so on. (The agricultural aid code (s) cf. Law Order no. 244 of 28. February 2013 :
Content of the scheme
§ 1. The Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries may, within the framework of the framework of the European Union, provide a commitment to grant distribution of fruit and vegetables to the distribution of fruit and vegetables to children in educational establishments in the framework of the school fruit scheme. COM in agricultural products.
§ 2. For the purposes of a school fruit scheme, this notice shall mean a scheme which means that students at a given school are offered fruit and vegetables from 5 years of age. August 2013 to 27. June 2014.
Paragraph 2. A school is understood to mean a teaching institution where it is taught in accordance with the Danish primary school law and within 0. -10. class steps or equivalent level.
Paragraph 3. A day of instruction shall mean a day in which an active, bulleted education is carried out and where there is a meeting for the pupils.
Paragraph 4. An accompanying measure shall mean the measures to promote the knowledge of nutrition, health and fruit and vegetables, for example, when reading and discussing teaching. The Board of Natural Services shall make the accompanying measures available.
Authorities and controls
§ 3. The Office of the Natural Safety Agency shall be responsible for the administrative and physical checks carried out in the administration of the scheme following this notice.
Paragraph 2. It shall be the responsibility of the savior or the affected school to provide the necessary assistance during inspection purposes.
Paragraph 3. The checks shall be obtained for the purpose of the checks provided by other authorities as necessary.
Commitment and payout application
§ 4. The following may apply for grants :
1) The educational institutions where they are taught in accordance with the Danish primary school law and within 0. -10. class steps or equivalent level. School-free time schemes cannot apply for subsidies.
2) Municipalities can apply for grants to school fruit schemes in schools in the municipality.
3) Vendors and / or distributors of fruit and vegetables as school fruit to schools with a school fruit scheme.
4) Organizations specifically created to participate in the School Fruit Scheme.
Paragraph 2. Applicants referred to in paragraph 1. 1, no. 2, 3 and 4, is required to record the name and address of the educational institutions and / or, if appropriate, by way of an address. the educational authorities and the quantities of products which have been sold or delivered to the educational institutions or to the educational authorities.
§ 5. Applications for pledges and applications for payment of grants shall be submitted in a special form to be obtained by contacting the Natural Business Authority, or which may be available on the Home Affairs website of the Natural Business Authority.
Paragraph 2. Correct completed application for pledges for the school year 2013/2014 shall be received in the Natural Acquieal Management Board no later than 28. June 2013.
Paragraph 3. Applications for payment of grants may be submitted three times a yearly basis on the basis of the following :
1) August 5 to 31. December,
2) 1 January to 31. May, and
3) June 1 to 27. June.
Paragraph 4. An application for payment of grants shall be received in the Office of Natural Acquisitions no later than the last day of the third month following the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph 1. 3 where the products are distributed.
Paragraph 5. An application for an undertaking shall indicate whether or not to use accompanying measures, in accordance with the provisions of the accompanying measures. Section 2 (2). 4, and if so, which.
§ 6. The Management Board shall decide on the allocation of undertakings following the expiry of the draft application. Section 5 (5). 2.
Paragraph 2. They in section 4, paragraph 4. 1, no. 3 mentioned suppliers may periodibe, during the school year, the allocation of any unused funds under the school fruit scheme.
Stk.3. If the application for a grant of a subsidy for a greater amount than that of the European Union set out in accordance with the procedure laid down in accordance with it, Section 1 shall be decided on the basis of a priority of the applicants in accordance with. However, section 7. Appliors are given priority in the following order :
1) A priority is given to applications for schools that have not previously received EU grants under the school fruit scheme.
2) A priority is given to applications for schools with a large proportion of children from families on transfer income.
3) Priority shall be given to applications for schools with a high level of coverage for participating students of 0. 6. class steps at the school concerned.
4) The priority is given to applications for schools, which alone are taking on ecological fruit and vegetables in the school fruit scheme.
Paragraph 4. In the event that the subsidy from the European Union is reduced, the Services of Natural Acquilices may be reduced in the already committed commitments. The fences will be reduced proportionally.
§ 7. By way of derogation from Section 6, paragraph 3, and 4, can up to 10%. of the total grant pool, school fruit schemes with a planned power measurement of increased consumption of fruit and vegetables. Scholefruit schemes with power measures shall comply with all other conditions in section 8-9.
Paragraph 2. Classes participating in other schemes with a focus on nutrition, fitness and healthy ways of life can also obtain an assurance from paragraph 1. 1. Priority shall, however, be granted to applications with planned power measurement.
Paragraph 3. Applications for stk.1 shall comprise at least four schools and must be submitted by the organisation responsible for the initiative.
Paragraph 4. In the light of the individual application, the Danish Agency shall evaluate whether or not an undertaking may be obtained in accordance with paragraph 1. 1.
Conditions for grants
§ 8. Supplements shall be made subject to compliance with the following conditions :
1) The distribution period shall cover the period of the teaching period of the period 5. August 2013 to 27. June 2014.
2) Undertakings may not be transferred to upcoming year or used retroactive.
3) The school shall hang a billboard on the main entrance or use an Internet banner on its website, which illuves that school is involved in the scheme. The Wildlife Board shall place the placate and the banner at its disposal.
4) The applicant shall ensure that the application for grants and its original accounting documents are kept available for at least five years from the date of payment of grants.
§ 9. Supplements shall be granted to fresh, unprocessed fruit and vegetables. However, products may be prepared or bought in the event of their living up to the requirements of the food type key mark for fruit and vegetables.
Paragraph 2. The subsidies for olive, nuts, potatoes and maize shall not be granted for any period applicable to the European Union regulation on school fruit at all times.
Payment of grants
§ 10. The payment of grants is conditional on the following conditions :
1) All applied expenditure for the school fruit scheme of the year are held and documented.
2) The conditions laid down in sections 8 and 9 are fulfilled.
§ 11. The maximum amount of the allocation for distribution shall not exceed 50% of the cost of the expenditure :
1) $2.00. per pupil per. the educational day of organic fruit and vegetables ; and
2) $1.25. per pupil per. the daily learning day of conventional fruit and vegetables.
Paragraph 2. If they deliver the products at no charge to the school, they may in section 4 (4). 1, no. 2-4 of those covered by the holders shall apply for the aid referred to in paragraph 1. 1 the maximum amounts per pupil per. Education day.
Paragraph 3. The amount of the subsidy may not exceed the last approved consent.
Paragraph 4. Supplements are not provided for VAT.
Paragraph 5. The payment of grants shall be made to the application for NemKonto.
§ 12. The Office of the Natural Business Authority may require the accuracy of the information to be provided for the basis of payment of grants confirmed by the municipal auditor or by registered auditor.
Changes and obligation to provide information
§ 13. Amendments to the application, after the defendant is given, may be approved by the Conservation Board on condition that the change in accordance with the provisions of the Natural Business Management Board may be in accordance with the aim of the scheme and within the scheme as determined in : European Union acts. The request for an amendment to an application shall be approved by the Natural Acquire Management Board before the change is initiated.
§ 14. The Presentas shall be obliged without undue delay to grant to the Natural Business Authority the conditions which may result in the disbursement of the whole or part of the subsidy, and therefore not to be paid or which will result in : the aid already paid out must be repaid. That is also true if the defendant is not being used.
Paragraph 2. Anyone who has received an undertaking pursuant to this notice shall be obliged to notify the Services of Natural Acquidation at the latest by 15. November 2013, if they are aware that they will not be able to make full use of the plainness.
Disposal and repayment of grants
§ 15. Granltale of supplements will lapse if :
1) The applicant has given inaccurate information or misleading information or information of significance for the decision of the case.
2) If the training or school is not the applicant, the applicant shall not provide the necessary guidance and assistance in carrying out the checks provided for in Chapter 3, or fails to provide the accounts, payment certificates, etc., which are necessary for the implementation of : the control.
3) The notification obligation has not been met cf. ~ § 13 and 14. ~
4) The conditions for grants have not been met cf. sections 8 and 9.
Paragraph 2. in the first paragraph, In the case of a case, the National Committee on Nature shall decide on the refund of grants. The interest rate shall be added to the payment of the refund. The interest rate allowance shall be calculated from the date of the payout payment date and the interest rate set at the time of late payment (Interest), the reference rate provided for in addition to the payment shall be made. However, the interest rates shall be at least 50 kr.
§ 16. The treeout of section 3 (3). 2, in relation to the one in section 3 (3). The subject of checks shall be punished by fine, with reduced penalties, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 5 of the agricultural aid law.
Paragraph 2. Companies can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) penal responsibility by the rules of the penal code 5. Chapter.
Entry into force
§ 17. The announcement shall enter into force on 5. June 2013.
Paragraph 2. Publication no. 809 of 19. July 2012 on subsidies for the distribution of fruit and vegetable products to children at curriculated institutions are hereby repealed. However, the notice shall continue to apply to grants awarded in accordance with the same notice.
The National Wildlife Agency, the 31. May 2013
/ Marianne Fæster Nielsen
1) In the notice, certain provisions of Council Regulation No 2 have been included in this Regulation. 1234 /2007/EC of 22. October 2007 on the common organisation of agricultural markets and the specific provisions applicable to certain agricultural products (the single CMO Regulation), EU Official Journal. I have 299, page 1, Council Regulation No 2, 13/2009/EC of 18. December 2008 amending Regulation (EC) No, 1290/2005 on the financing of the common agricultural policy (CAP) and Regulation (EC) No 149/2005 (2) 1234/2007 on the common organisation of agricultural markets and specific provisions applicable to certain agricultural products (the single CMO Regulation) for the introduction of a school fruit scheme, the EU Official Journal 2009, nr. I would like to put the Commission's Regulation no. 288 /2009/EC of 7. April 2009 laying down detailed rules for the application of Council Regulation (EC) No In the case of Community support for the distribution of fruit and vegetable products, fruit and vegetable products and fruit products to children in educational establishments in the framework of a school fruit scheme, EU-Journouric and 2009, were processed in the EU-Official Journal of 2009. L94 page 38. According to Article 288 of the EDF Treaty, a Regulation shall apply immediately in each Member State. The rendition of these provisions in the notice is therefore based solely on practical considerations and is without prejudice to the immediate validity of the regulation in Denmark.