Independent Contractor Agreement

This Agreement (the “Agreement”) is made on , by and between FreshEddy Inc., (the “Company”), located at Brooklyn, New York in the County of Kings, and , (the “Independent Contractor” or “Contractor”) located at of,

RECITALS

The Independent Contractor is secured to provide the services described below at the Company’s principal place of business as aforementioned, or from the Contractor’s principal place of business, if applicable, as aforementioned. The Independent Contractor represents that s/he has complied with all Federal, State and local laws regarding business permits, licenses, reporting requirements, tax withholding requirements, and other legal requirements of any kind that may be required to carry out said business and the Scope of Work which is to be performed as an Independent Contractor pursuant to this Agreement, and as such, provides his/her Employer Tax ID Number,____________________ . The Independent Contractor is or shall remain open to conducting similar tasks or services for the Company, which may not be listed or described below, or for entities other than the Company and thus holds himself or herself out to the public to be a separate business entity.

The Company desires to hire and contract the services of the Independent Contractor to perform those tasks as set forth herein. The Independent Contractor assents to this Agreement and to act and perform as an independent contractor for the aforementioned Company and is thus willing to do so on the terms and conditions as set forth herein.

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the above recitals and the mutual promises and conditions contained within this Agreement, the Parties agree as follows:

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR REPRESENTATION

The implementation of this Agreement does not constitute a hiring by either party. It is therefore the intention of the parties that the Independent Contractor shall maintain an independent contractor status and shall not be considered an employee for any purposes, including, but not limited to, the application of the Federal Insurance Contribution Act, Social Security Act, Federal Unemployment Tax Act, provisions of the Federal Internal Revenue Code, State Revenue and Taxations Code relating to income tax withholding, Workers’ Compensation Insurance and other benefit payments and third party liability claims.

Therefore, staying within the Scope of Work, the Independent Contractor shall retain sole and absolute discretion in the manner and means for the carrying out of his/her activities and responsibilities contained herein this Agreement. This Agreement shall not be construed or considered to be a partnership or joint venture, and the Company shall not be held liable for any obligations incurred by the Independent Contractor, unless otherwise specifically authorized as such in writing. The Independent Contractor shall not act as an agent or representative of the Company, superficially or otherwise, nor bind the Company in any manner, unless specifically authorized to do so in writing.

RESPONSIBILITIES, DUTIES AND SCOPE OF WORK

The Independent Contractor herein agrees to devote the necessary amount of time, energy and attention required to satisfactorily complete, conclude and/or archive the following duties/responsibilities:

Order pick up and delivery

It is expected that the above detailed services, tasks and responsibilities shall be completed by , barring any reasonably unforeseeable circumstances.

FURTHERMORE, the Independent Contractor shall perform any and all responsibilities and duties that may be associated within the Scope of Work set for above, including, but not limited to, work which may already be in progress or any related change orders. The Independent Contractor shall have full discretion within the Scope of Work but shall not engage in any activity which is not expressly set forth by this Agreement without first obtaining prior written authorization.

WORK SCHEDULE , EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIES

The Independent Contractor shall be responsible to the owner(s) and/or manager(s) of the Company ; however, the Independent Contractor shall not be required to follow or establish a regular or daily work schedule .

The Independent Contractor shall supply all necessary equipment, materials and supplies needed to complete the agreed upon Scope of Work. The Independent Contractor shall not rely solely upon the equipment or offices of the Company for completion of the tasks and duties set forth pursuant to this Agreement. Any directions or advice provided to the Independent Contractor regarding the Scope of Work shall be considered a suggestion only and not an instruction.

COMPENSATION

The Independent Contractor shall be entitled to full compensation for the performance of those tasks, responsibilities and/or duties related to the Scope of Work as follows:

Compensation Terms:

Total Compensation Amount: $0.00

Said compensation shall become due and payable to the Independent Contractor upon receipt of an invoice by the Company and payable pursuant to the following schedule and method:

Compensation Schedule: Weekly

Compensation Method: Online

TAX WITHHOLDING

The Independent Contractor acknowledges and recognized that it shall complete and return to the Company an IRS Form 1099 and related tax statements, and shall be required by law to file corporate and/or individual tax returns, and to pay said taxes pursuant to all provisions of applicable Federal, State and Local laws. The Independent Contractor herein pledges and agrees to indemnify the Company for any damages or expenses, including any related attorney’s fees, and legal expenses incurred by the Company as a result of Independent Contractor’s failure to make such required payments. Upon the Company’s reasonable request, the Independent Contract shall provide proof of required tax payments.

BENEFIT RIGHTS WAIVER

The Independent Contractor herein waives and foregoes any and all right to receive any benefits that may be provided by the Company to its regular employees, including, but not limited to, health benefits, vacation, retirement, profit sharing plans, sick leave, and any 401(k) plans. The Independent Contractor acknowledges and agrees that if any government agency or court of law claims that the Independent Contractor is an employee, s/he agrees to waive coverage under these plans. This waiver is applicable to all non-salary benefits which might otherwise be found to accrue to the Independent Contractor by virtue of his/her agreement with the Company. This waiver is effective independently of the Independent Contractor’s employment status as adjudicated for taxation purposes or for any other purpose.

NON-DISCLOSURE AND NON-COMPETE

Representation and Warranties

The Independent Contractor represents and warrants that his/her relationship with the Company will not cause or require that s/he breach any obligation to the agreement of or confidence related to any confidential, trade secret and/or proprietary information of any other person, company or entity. Furthermore, the Independent Contractor acknowledges that a condition of the relationship is s/he has not brought and will not bring or use in the performance of his or her duties at the premises of the Company any proprietary or confidential information, whether or not in writing, of a former contracted company without that company’s written permission or authorization. The breach of this condition shall result in automatic termination of the relationship as of the time of the occurring breach. Except as otherwise noted on the back of the signature page hereof, there are no inventions heretofore made or conceived by the Independent Contractor that the Independent Contractor deems to be excluded from the scope of this Agreement and Independent Contractor hereby releases the Company from any and all claims by the Independent Contractor by reason of any use by Company from any invention heretofore made or conceived by the Independent Contractor.

Proprietary Information

For the sole purpose of this Agreement, “Proprietary Information” shall include, but is not limited to any information, observation, data, written materials, records, documents, drawings, photographs, layouts, computer programs, software, multi-media, social media, firmware, inventions, discoveries, improvements, developments, tools, machines, apparatus, appliances, designs, work products, logo, system, promotional ideas and material, customer lists, customer files, needs, practices, pricing information, process, test, concept, formulas, method, marketing information, technique, trade secrets, products and/or research related to the actual or anticipated research development, products, organization, marketing, advertising, business or finances of the Company, its affiliates, subsidiaries or other related entities.

All rights, title and interest of any and all kind and nature whatsoever in and to the Proprietary Information made, written, discussed, developed, secured, obtained or learned by the Independent Contractor during the term of its relationship with the Company or immediately immediately following termination of that relationship, shall be the sole and exclusive property of the Company for any purpose or use whatsoever as it deems necessary or fit, and shall be disclosed promptly by the Independent Contractor to the Company. The covenants set forth in the preceding sentence shall apply regardless of whether any Proprietary Information is made, written, discussed, developed, secured, obtained or learned (i) solely or jointly with others; (ii) during the usual hours of work or otherwise; (iii) at the request and upon the suggestion of Company or otherwise (iv) with Company’s materials, tools, instruments, or (v) on Company’s premises or otherwise.

The Independent Contractor shall comply with any reasonable rules established from time to time by the Company for the protection of the confidentiality of any Proprietary Information. The Independent Contractor irrevocably appoints the President and all Vice Presidents of the Company to act as the Independent Contractor’s agent, representative and attorney-in-fact to perform all acts necessary to obtain and/or maintain patents, copyrights, trade-marks and similar rights to any Proprietary Information assigned by the Independent Contractor to the Company under this Agreement if (i) the Independent Contractor refuses to perform those acts, or (ii) is unavailable, within the meaning of any applicable laws. The Independent Contractor acknowledges that the grant of the foregoing power of attorney is coupled with an interest and shall survive the death or disability of the Independent Contractor.

The Independent Contractor shall promptly and fully disclose to the Company, in confidence, (i) all Proprietary Information that the Independent Contract creates, conceives or reduces to practice in writing either alone or in conjunction with others during the term of this Agreement, and (ii) all patents applications and copyright registrations filed by the Independent Contractor within immediately after the termination of this Agreement, including, but not limited to materials and methodologies involved.

There is nothing contained within this Agreement that shall be construed to preclude the Company from exercising any and all of its rights and privileges as sole and exclusive owner of all of the Proprietary Information owned by or assigned to the Company under the provisions of this Agreement. The Company, in exercising such rights and privileges with respect to any particular item of Proprietary Information, may decide not to file any patent application or copyright registration on said Proprietary Information, may decide to maintain said Proprietary Information as secret and confidential, or may decide to abandon said Proprietary Information, or dedicate it to the public. The Independent Contractor shall have no authority to exercise any rights or privileges with respect to the Proprietary Information herein contained within this Agreement that is owned by or assigned to the Company.

Non-Solicitation Clause

The Independent Contractor shall not, throughout the duration of this Agreement and for a period of immediately following the termination of this Agreement, either directly or indirectly, call on, solicit, take away or attempt to do any of the such that which pertains to any of the customers or clients of the Company on whom the Independent Contractor called, contacted or may have become acquainted with during the fulfillment of the terms of this Agreement, either for his/her own benefit or for the benefit of any other individual, firm, corporation or organization.

Non-Partnership or Ownership Clause

Neither the Independent Contractor nor any of his/her representatives, agents or principals shall become or be considered an owner, partner, joint venture with or agent of the Company or any of its subsidiaries, affiliates or related companies or businesses by reason of this Agreement or their relationship with the Company unless otherwise declared or stipulated in a separate written agreement that has be signed and dated by all parties. Neither the Company, Independent Contractor nor any representative, agent, principal, officer or anyone who may be retained by the Independent Contractor shall have any authority to bind the other in any respect unless otherwise set forth in a separate written agreement which has been signed and dated by all parties.

MARKETING, ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL

The Independent Contractor shall, at no time, promote or advertise, including such things as conducting marketing surveys, mass marketing, direct mailing programs or use of the internet in such advertising or promotional capacity, any the Company’s services and/or products without first obtaining the Company’s prior written authorization or consent. The Independent Contractor shall only make use of promotional and informational materials, including, but not limited to, Policy applications, marketing materials, training materials and other Company forms, which have been supplied to the Independent Contractor by the Company or that which has been approved in writing by an authorized agent, representative or official of the Company, collectively known as the “Materials.” The Independent Contractor shall use the Materials in compliance and in accordance with the entire Company’s Advertising Guidelines then currently in effect. Any such Materials made available to the Independent Contractor and approved by the Company shall in no way be reproduced, modified or altered in any respect or manner without first obtaining prior written approval. Any materials created by the Independent Contractor and approved by the Company shall not be modified or altered without the Company’s prior written authorization or consent. The Independent Contractor herein allocates and agrees to allocate to the Company the complete and full copyright in any and all materials created or that may be created by the Independent Contractor throughout the course of this Agreement, and as such, the Independent Contractor agrees to promptly execute any such document(s), if any, that the Company may request and/or require to confirm the allocation of the copyright or to expedite the registration of the copyright in the Materials anywhere necessary. The Company reserves the right to request from the Independent Contractor, at any time, samples of any Materials which the Independent Contractor may be using to verify compliance with the terms and conditions of this paragraph, and furthermore, the Independent Contractor agrees to provide such samples to the Company within days of the Company’s written request.

WORK PRODUCT – WORK FOR HIRE

The Independent Contractor herein acknowledges and agrees that all work of authorship performed for the Company shall be subject to the Company’s direction and control and that such work constitute Work for Hire Work Product pursuant to United States Code Title 17 – Chapter 2 – Sections 201 & 202 Ownership of Copyright & Material.

Any and all property and/or work created, developed, invented, devised, conceived or discovered by the Independent Contractor shall be subject to current copyright and/or other protections and are explicitly considered by the Independent Contractor and the Company to be “works made for hire” work product and thus shall be considered the sole property of the Company.

The Company, hereinafter, shall be considered the Author of Program pursuant to the U.S. Copyright laws. Any and all works for hire shall be the sole exclusive property of the Company. Furthermore, consistent with the Independent Contractor’s recognition of the Company’s sole and complete ownership rights in the materials, the Independent Contract agrees to not make use of said proprietary information or any part thereof for the benefit of any party other than the Company.

OWNERSHIP OF SOCIAL MEDIA

The Company has sole ownership over any social medial contacts, acquired before and/or throughout the Independent Contractor’s term of service, including, but not limited to “followers” or “friends” which may be or have been acquired through such accounts as email addresses, blogs, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or any other social media network that has been used or created on behalf of the Company.

ASSIGNMENT

The Company shall own, as its sole and full exclusive property, and the Independent Contractor agrees to allocate, transfer and/or convey to its authorized nominees all of the right, title and interest in and to any and all said “ideas” that are generally related to the Company’s business, including, but not limited to, any inventions, processes, improvements, ideas, copyrights, patents, trademarks, works of art, formulas, manufacturing technology, developments, designs, documents, writings, discoveries, and trade secrets that the Independent Contractor may create, conceive, or reduce to practice, whether solely or jointly with others, copyrightable, patentable or un-patentable, from the date of this Agreement for the actual first date of employment with the Company, whichever comes first, until the termination of the Independent Contractor’s employment. The Independent Contractor shall not be required to assign or allocate any invention where there was no use of Company equipment, supplies, facilities or trade secret information and of which was developed entirely on the Independent Contractor’s own time, and is in no way related to the Company’s business or to the Company’s actual provable and anticipated research or development or; that does not result from work performed for the Company.

The Independent Contractor herein allocates to the Company all releases and discharges the Company, any affiliates of the Company and their respective officers, representatives, directors and employees, from and against any and all claims, demands, liabilities, costs and expenses of the Independent Contractor arising out of, or relating to, any Proprietary Information.

EXECUTION

During and throughout the course of employment by the Company, and upon the request of and without any compensation other than that which is herein contained and provided, but at no expense to the Independent Contractor, the Independent Contractor shall execute any documents and take action which the Company may deem necessary or appropriate to ensure the implementation of all the provisions of this Agreement, including without limitation, assisting the Company in obtaining and/or maintaining any patents, copyrights or similar rights to any Proprietary Information assigned and allocated to the Company.

The Independent Contractor further agrees that the obligations and undertakings herein stated within this section shall continue beyond termination of employment for any reason by the Company; however, should the Independent Contractor be called upon for any such assistance after termination of employment, then the Independent Contractor shall be entitled to fair and reasonable payment in addition to reimbursement of any expenses which may have been incurred at the request of the Company.

SUSPEND OR ALTER WORK

The Company reserves the right to inspect, stop and/or alter the work of the Independent Contractor to assure its conformity with this Agreement and the Company’s needs.

At any time, the Company may, without cause, order the Independent Contractor, by way providing days prior written notice, to suspend, delay or interrupt work or services pursuant to this Agreement, in whole or in part, for such periods of time as the Company, at its sole discretion, may deem fit or necessary. Any such suspension shall be affected by the delivery of a written notice to the Client of said suspension specifying the extent to which the performance of the work or services under this Agreement is suspended, and the date upon which the suspension becomes effective, which shall be no less than seven (7) calendar days from the date of the notice of suspension is delivered. The suspension of work and/or services shall be treated as an excusable delay.

TERM AND TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT

This Agreement shall be terminated at the conclusion of the Scope of Work or on .

PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT

The Independent Contractor shall be required to treat all Company employees, customers, clients, business associates and partners and other affiliates with complete respect and responsibility. The Independent Contractor shall be required to comply with all laws, governing their profession, licensing requirements and other laws or regulations that will permit them to complete the Scope of Work.

LICENSING AND WORKERS’ COMPENSATION COVERAGE

The Independent Contractor herein agrees to promptly provide to the Company proof of the necessary licensing status that may be required to perform the Scope of Work in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and Workers’ Compensation Coverage where required by law.

INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR EMPLOYEES

All persons which have been hired by the Independent Contractor to assist in the performance of the duties, tasks and responsibilities that are necessary to complete the Scope of Work, shall be considered the employees of the Independent Contractor, unless otherwise specifically noted in an agreement signed by all parties.

NOTICES

Any and all notices, which may be required hereunder by any party to the other party, shall be executed by either personal delivery in writing, or by mail, registered or certified, postage pre-paid with a return receipt requested. Mailed notices must be addressed to the parties at the addresses herein contained in this Agreement. However, each party may change their address, thus requiring written notice of such change of address in accordance with this section. Any hand delivered notice shall be deemed communicated as of actual receipt; mailed notices shall be deemed communicated after five (5) days of mailing. The Independent Contractor herein agrees to keep the Company informed of any change of business and/or mailing addresses, as well as telephone, facsimile, email, pager number or any other relevant means of contact and communication.

MEDIATION AND ARBITRATION

In the event that a controversy should arise between the parties to this Agreement which would involve the construction or application of any of the terms, provisions or conditions of this Agreement, a written request of either party served on the other, shall be submitted first to mediation and if the issue cannot be resolved, it shall then proceed to binding arbitration.

Mediation or binding arbitration proceeding shall comply with and be governed by the provisions of the American Arbitration Association for Commercial Disputes, unless said Parties stipulate otherwise, or in such proportions as the arbitrator shall decide.

INJUNCTIVE RELIEF

The Independent Contractor herein acknowledges (1) the unique nature of the protections and provisions established and contained within this Agreement, (2) that the Company shall suffer irreparable harm if the Independent Contractor should breach any of said protections or provisions, and (3) that monetary damages would be inadequate to compensate the Company for said breach. Therefore, should the independent Contractor cause a breach of any of the provisions contained within this Agreement, and then the Company shall be entitled to injunctive relief, in addition to any other remedies at law or equity, to enforce such provisions.

INDEMNIFICATION

The Independent Contractor shall defend, indemnify, hold harmless, and insure the Company from any and all potential damages, expenses or liabilities which may result from or arise out of any negligence or misconduct on part of the Independent Contractor, or from any breach or default of this Agreement which may be caused or occasioned by the acts of the Independent Contractor. The Independent Contractor shall also insure that all of its employees and affiliates take all actions necessary to comply with all herein contained terms and conditions established and set forth in this Agreement.

ENTIRE AGREEMENT

This Agreement shall be considered a separate and an independent document of which it shall supersede any and all other Agreements, either oral or written, between the parties hereto, except for any separately signed Confidentiality, Trade Secret, Non-Compete or Non-Disclosure Agreements to the extent that these terms are not in conflict with those set forth herein.

REPRESENTATION

All parties to this Agreement herein acknowledges that no representation, inducements, promises or other agreements, orally or otherwise, have been made by any party hereto, or by anyone action on behalf of any party hereto, which are not included herein, and that no other agreement, statement or promise not contained within this Agreement shall be valid or binding. Any alteration or modification of this Agreement shall be effective only when done so in writing, signed and dated by all parties hereto.

SEVERABILITY

Should any term, condition, or provision of this Agreement be deemed or held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, those remaining terms, conditions and provisions shall remain valid and enforceable. Should a court of law determine that any term, condition or provision of this Agreement is invalid or unenforceable, but that by limiting such term, condition or provision it would become valid and enforceable, then such term, condition and/or provision shall be deemed to be written, construed and enforced as so limited.

CONTINUING EFFECTS

The Independent Contractor’s obligations with regards to all trade secrets and confidential information, shall continue to be in effect beyond the scope of the relationship as aforementioned, and said obligations shall continue to be binding upon not only the Independent Contractor, but the spouse, affiliates, assigns, heirs, executors, administrators and/or other legal representatives as well.

COUNTERPARTS

This Agreement, at the discretion of the parties herein, may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original and all of which together shall constitute a single integrated document.

SEVERABILITY

In the event that any provision, clause, sentence, section or other part of the Contract is held to be invalid, illegal, inapplicable, unconstitutional, contrary to public policy, void or unenforceable in law to any person or circumstance, the balance of the Agreement shall nevertheless remain in full force and effect so long as the Purpose of the Agreement is not affected in any manner adverse to either party..

MODIFICATIONS

All parties have the option to modify this Agreement, and as such may be modified in writing and executed by the party to this Agreement against whom such modification is sought.

WAIVER

If either party fails to enforce any provision contained within this Agreement, it shall not be construed as a waiver or limitation of that party’s right to subsequently enforce and compel strict compliance with every provision of this Agreement.

DRAFTING AMBIGUITIES

All parties to this Agreement have reviewed and had the opportunity to revise this Agreement, have had the opportunity to have legal counsel review and or revise this Agreement. The rule of construction that ambiguities are to be resolved against the drafting party shall not be employed in the interpretation of this Agreement or of any amendments or exhibits to this Agreement.

JURISDICTION AND VENUE

This Agreement is to be construed pursuant to the current laws of the State of New York. Jurisdiction and venue for any claim arising out of this Agreement shall be made in the State of New York, in the County of Kings.

COPIES

Both the Independent Contractor and the Company hereby acknowledges that they have received a signed copy of this Agreement.

THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE READ, UNDERSTAND and ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT, and by signing this Agreement, all

parties agree to all of the aforementioned terms, conditions and policies.

FreshEddy Inc.

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