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SECTION #   INFORMATION SYSTEM POLICIES

IS1         COMPUTER/NETWORK USAGE

IS2         ELECTRONIC MAIL

IS3         COMPUTER HARDWARE & SOFTWARE ACQUISITION
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                                  COMPUTER/NETWORK USAGE

PURPOSE

This policy defines standards for associate use of the Local and Wide Area Networks, Computer
Systems, E-mail Services and Internet Connections. These standards are intended to insure
compatibility, standardization and high levels of security for internal networks, computing systems and
data, and to set forth conditions for personal use.

Users are responsible for complying fully with this policy as stated, but MarketFare Foods reserves the
right to modify this policy at any time, with or without prior notification. Violations could be the basis
for associate discipline or discharge.



POLICY

A). COMPANY COMPUTER NETWORK
   MarketFare Foods computer network is the gateway to our company computer folders, files, printers,
   email, and access to the Internet and company Intranet. Access to the network is gained through a
   network connection.

   Login ID:
   A Login ID is your unique name or account on the network. The Login ID is given limited
   permissions to access certain network folders, files, printers, etc. to perform daily business
   operations. Transactions on the network are traceable and may be linked back to your Login ID - i.e.:
   YOU. You are responsible for all transactions on the network that occur with your Login ID. There is
   to be no unauthorized use of a computer account, to help provide protection:

          Never share your Login ID or computer (while you are logged in).
          LOG OUT when you leave your computer at the end of the day!
          Lock your workstation when leaving your desk, for short periods. Press CTRL+ALT+DEL
           simultaneously and then select Lock Computer.

   Passwords:
   Everyone who has a Login ID has an associated Password.
          Passwords are to remain secret, do not share your password with anyone! Passwords are put
           in place to keep your Login ID secure.
          Password characters should always contain a combination of symbols, lower and uppercase
           letters, or digits to make them hard to decipher.
          Passwords are to be changed periodically to ensure security. The system will prompt you
           when a change is required. Otherwise, change your password periodically to ensure security.
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      Do not write down your password.


Virus Security:
Computer viruses appear in the world daily. Virus Checking Software is always behind and should
not be considered a 100% level of protection. Some rules to help protect the integrity of our data:

      Never download a file or install a program from an on-line source (i.e.: America On-line,
       CompuServe, MSN, or any other Internet site)!

      Always check floppy disks for virus whether received from inside or outside the company.

      Never open e-mail attachments that you are not expecting or come from an unknown source.

      Users will not disable or hamper the operation of Anti-Virus Software or Firewall software
       install on local computers, laptop computers, Servers or handheld devices.



Virtual Private Network Usage and Remote Access:

      Users that have been authorized to access e-mail and/or systems remotely will have
       MarketFare Foods, Inc corporate licensed ant-virus software installed.

      Users accessing remote e-mail and systems will adhere to these policies in the same manner
       as if they were logged on within MarketFare offices.

      VPN Password are to remain secret and shall never be disclosed to anyone.

      Remote e-mail and systems access is based on Internet protocols and routing, which may at
       times be unreliable and are out of MarketFare Foods control. MarketFare Foods will do every
       thing in its power to ensure availability but cannot guarantee service levels.

      Remote users are responsible for backing up their computer. Backups can be made either to
       CD-RW, Zip Disk, Floppy Disk or other means of backup the user feels is appropriate for
       their needs.

      MarketFare Foods owned remote access equipment, including; laptops, handheld devices,
       remote access networking equipment or any other MarketFare Foods hardware will not be
       connected to any unauthorized network for purposes of sharing data, applications or files not
       belonging to MarketFare Foods.

      Software installed on MarketFare Foods remote access computers may not be uninstalled
       from the computer without authorization. Nor can it be copied, modified, archived, or
       installed to any computer not owned by MarketFare Foods, Inc.
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       Users of MarketFare Foods, Inc owned remote access computers may not install software that
        is not owned by MarketFare Foods and has not been authorized for installation.

 Data Storage And Backup:

       Each user is provided a network folder for document storage; files should be stored here, not
        on your local computer. E-mailing files to your home computer is not authorized without
        proper authorization.

       Workstations are not backed up. If you store files on your local computer (c: drive) there will
        be no method of recovery incase of drive or system failure.

       Network drives are backed up each night. In case of a network drive failure your data will be
        restored from the most recent nightly backup.

       Common/shared storage areas are accessible to all users; confidential data must not be stored
        in these folders.

       The IS Manager can configure a shared folder for your department to share departmental
        data. Department shared folders typically have security set to restrict access to specific users.

SharedAccess Storage Folder

    SharedAccess is a common file and document storage location accessabe to all users on the
    MarketFare Foods, Inc Network. There is no security specified on SharedAccess or folders and
    files located within SharedAccess. Documents saved in SharedAccess may be viewed, changed,
    deleted and printed by any user logged on the network. Guidelines to adhere to when using
    saving files to SharedAccess are as follows:

           Do not save any of the following in SharedAccess

               o Proprietary and/or confidential business

               o Confidential employee information (SS Numbers, Pay Rates, Etc..)

               o Product Recipes and/or Specifications

               o Company financial information

               o Department budget information

               o Competitive information

           If you think the information is confidential it probably is, ask your supervisor
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SharedAccess Policy

If the IS Department finds information it feels is proprietary or confidential it will be deleted or
moved based on the following guidelines:

           Confidential employee information (SS Numbers, Pay Rates, etc..) will be deleted
            without notice and will not be recoverable.

           Confidential and Proprietary business information will be moved to a secured network
            location and will be saved for 72 hours.

           Confidential financial information will be moved to a secure location and will be saved
            for a period of 72 hours.

           After the 72-hour period has lapsed the information will be permanently deleted without
            possibility of recovery.

           This policy is subject to change without notice


Technology Operations Purchasing :

      To gain the most value for our spending, all Technology purchases (computer hardware,
       software, peripherals, etc.) must be approved by the IS Manager. The Accounting department
       will deny Expense Reports or invoices submitted for reimbursement of technology purchases
       made by individual associates. This includes purchases made via the Internet (E-Commerce).

      All Purchases must be made according to MarketFare Foods Computer Hardware and
       Software Acquisition Policies.
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      Purchases made for emergency repairs to laptops computers will be reimbursed based on
       corporate expense policies when authorized by the IS Manager.


Restrictions:
The following activities are not permitted:

      Connecting unauthorized and/or personal equipment to the MarketFare Foods network. (The
       IS Manager is to provide all authorization for equipment attached to any portion of the
       network).

      Installation of peripherals (USB devices, mice, scanners, external drives, had held PDAs,
       etc.) not owned by the Company.
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              Unauthorized attempts to circumvent data protection schemes or uncover security loop holes.
               This includes creating and/or running programs that are designed to identify security
               loopholes and/or decrypt intentionally secure data.

              Associating unapproved domain names with a MarketFare Foods owned IP address. This
               means using a DNS name or IP address in an inappropriate manner, but isn’t limited to just
               this usage.

              Knowingly or carelessly running or installing software on any computer system or network,
               or giving to another user a program intended to damage or to place excessive load on a
               computer system or network. This includes, but is not limited to, programs known as
               computer viruses, Trojan Horses, and worms.

              Using MarketFare Foods resources for commercial and personal activity such as creating
               products or services for sale not related to the Company’s core business.

              Displaying racial, religious, obscene, lewd, sexually harassing or any items that may be
               offending to others.

              Attempting to monitor or tamper with another user's electronic communications, or reading,
               copying, changing, or deleting another user's files or software without the explicit agreement
               of the owner.

              Downloading from the Internet or removable media (ie: diskette, CD_ROM, ZIP or JAZZ
               disks) and / or the installation of any software that is not the property of and licensed to
               MarketFare Foods or installing software without express permission of the IS Manager.

              Installation of software that encrypts or hides data on computer systems.


B).       INTERNET ACCESS AND USAGE

          Internet access includes and is not limited to electronic mail transmission, web based services, web
          browsing, file transfer services (FTP and HTTP), terminal access services (Telnet), internet relay
          chat (IRC), instant messaging (IM) and Usenet newsgroups.

The following applies to all users of MarketFare Foods networks:

          Electronic communications via the Internet and Internet-provided services shall be used
           principally for business. Incidental and occasional personal use by associates shall not interfere
           with access for business purposes, and personal use shall be treated the same as business use; i.e.,
           subject to this policy and all other applicable company policies.

          Network and computing resources shall not be used to establish or maintain associate personal
           web sites or any other business web sites.
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      Any electronic communication received or originated on MarketFare Foods equipment, access or
       network, including Internet services, is the exclusive property of the company. MarketFare Foods
       has the right to store, monitor, access, read, delete and disclose the contents of any such
       electronic communication.

      Users must conduct themselves professionally on the Internet. This conduct includes, but is not
       limited to, avoiding use of material with a sexual content, profane or vulgar language, racial or
       ethnic slurs or other similarly offensive contents.

      All associates are required to report promptly any suspected security breach concerning internal
       networks, computing systems or data to the appropriate management.

      Information on the company Intranet site should be considered confidential and should not be
       shared with persons not employed by MarketFare Foods.

  Restrictions :

          Associates may not access or attempt to access Web sites dealing with criminal activities,
           drugs, hate speech, sex, fantasy sports, gambling or other offensive subjects that have no
           business use.

          Sensitive or confidential data must not be transmitted unless the material is protected by
           company-approved encryption techniques.

          Users must not attempt to use illegal techniques to gain unauthorized access to Internet
           services, Web sites or databases inside or outside MarketFare Foods.

          On-line services (such as America Online, CompuServe, Prodigy, etc. or any fee-based
           Internet service) must not be accessed by an associate through Company equipment or
           network. The cost of such service must be paid for by the associate.

          In order to reduce Internet bandwidth usage and preserve data storage space users may not
           download files such as MP3’s and shareware.

          Users may not download files and / or applications from Internet web sites or install
           applications sent to them via e-mail. This includes programs and Internet Browser
           enhancements.

          No separate modem connections direct to the Internet are permitted in the workplace.

C.) FILE SHARING POLICY

      Perhaps you have heard of file sharing applications such as Napster, Gnutella, Scour Exchange,
      etc. These applications allow people from around the world to share MP3 and other multimedia
      files between their personal computers. When a file is shared, it is transferred from one person’s
      computer to another's. This transfer process is designed to use as much network bandwidth as it
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   can in order to decrease the time the transfer takes from start to end. Now is a good time to review
   the corporate policy on Computer Network Usage.

    Specifically under restrictions "...Knowingly or carelessly running or installing on any
   computer system or network, or giving to another user a program intended to damage or to
   place excessive load on a computer system or network..."

   File sharing applications and their web-based interfaces place an excessive load on our network
   bandwidth, bandwidth that the company pays for and is used for Business applications. All file
   sharing programs, including but not limited to Napster, Gnutella, and Scour, are NOT to be used
   on the company network or company PCs. MarketFare Foods has taken steps to protect our
   corporate assets including, but not limited to, restricting access to certain software applications,
   websites, filtering of network ports and protocols, as well as e-mail alerts if one of these
   applications is detected. The IS Manager will remove any of the applications if they receive an alert
   or if they come across it during routine maintenance.

   If you do currently have one of these types of applications please take the time to uninstall it now.
   If you have any questions or concerns or require assistance in removing an application, please feel
   free to contact the IS Manager via email.



D.) HANDHELD USAGE AND SUPPORT

   This policy intends to define standards for associate use of handheld computing devices or PDAs
   (Personal Digital Assistants) on the network. These standards are intended to ensure a common
   platform that will allow cross platform functionality as well as the ability to support these devices.

   MarketFare Foods does not have the resources to support every type of handheld device available
   or internal applications of these devices. The IS Manager will make its best effort in good faith to
   accommodate users of these devices.

  The Following Standards Will Apply To All Users Of MarketFare Foods Networks:

        Support will be provided to devices based on the BlackBerry OS. This shall include, but is
         not limited to, devices manufactured by , Handspring,BlackBerry. Devices based on other
         OS' such as Windows CE will not be supported. Devices with proprietary systems, including
         but not limited to, Zaurus, Wizard, etc. will not be supported.
        Installation of a synchronization cradle on the user's primary workstation will be supported as
         follows: Windows 2000 workstations will be connected via a serial cable or the computers
         USB Port and the installed operating system USB Port. Standard-issue equipment has an
         available serial port. MarketFare Foods will not purchase or install additional I/O cards to
         make ports available if a user has attached other devices to their serial ports. PDAs and
         Synchronization software will not be installed on Thin Client Computers (Winterms). PDAs
         not owned by MarketFare Foods, Inc. will not be installed.
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     Other synchronization methods will not be supported including but not limited to "IR synch",
      "IP synch", wireless access etc.
     The IS Manager will setup a conduit to synchronize a hand held device to the user's corporate
      email account. This is to include messages, contacts, and calendar data, using the standard
      BlackBerry Desktop synchronization application and Outlook conduit.
     The IS Manager will configure the BlackBerry PDA to send and receive the user’s e-mail via
      the corporate BlackBerry Enterprise Server.


END USER RESPONSIBILITIES

     Hand held hardware will should be covered under the warranty provided by the manufacturer.
      There is no guaranty of replacement times incase of PDA failure or synchronization software
      failure. It will be the end user's responsibility to synchronize data stored on the PDA. Sshould
      there be any hardware malfunction or problems, PDA data recovery and backups will not be
      performed by the IS Manager.
     Education on how to use devices properly will be the responsibility of the end user.
     Security on a hand held devices is not comparable to that available on the corporate LAN.
      End users accept the knowledge that data transferred to their PDA is at a security risk should
      their device become lost or stolen.

  The respective manufacturers will support built-in applications and any third party
  applications loaded to the BlackBerry synchronization software. End users will not seek
  support of these applications from the IS Manager.
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                                         ELECTRONIC MAIL

PURPOSE

To define MarketFare Foods policy with regard to use, retention and disclosure of electronic mail
messages sent or received by Company associates (or other authorized individuals) using any electronic
mail system made available or accessible by the Company. The policy and its requirements are
extremely important and protect vital company assets and interests.

SCOPE

This policy applies to all associates of MarketFare Foods and all other authorized users of the electronic
mail and messaging infrastructure made available by the Company, including Internet, Intranet and on-
line access provider systems. Users are responsible for complying fully with this policy as stated, but
MarketFare Foods reserves the right to modify this policy at any time, with or without prior notification.
Violations could be the basis for associate discipline or discharge.

GENERAL POLICY

Electronic mail, including Internet access, is provided to associates as a business communication tool,
for appropriate internal and external business uses. The e-mail system (the "System") is owned solely by
the Company and information in the System will be treated just like other company business records,
files, electronic records, documents, materials and equipment. Prohibited and discouraged uses of email
are detailed in this policy. Associates cannot disclaim responsibility for failure to adhere to these
restrictions.

    Users must take particular care not to disseminate confidential Company information to
     unauthorized users.

    Use for the communication of personal, private or confidential information is not appropriate.
    The System should not be used as a storage facility for documents requiring an audit trail or for
     production files.
    Incidental or occasional personal use of the System is subject to the same policies and procedures
     set out in this Policy.
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    E-mail may be automatically removed from the systems after a 45 day retention period.
    Users should not give out their e-mail address to receive non-business related e-mail, commercial e-
     mail or subscribe to non-business related e-mail lists


A)      Authorized Uses of Electronic Mail:
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       All associates with a legitimate business purpose may use e-mail, maintaining a separate
       "mailbox" address for the sending and receipt of messages.

       1. Associates must ensure messages for only Company associates are not sent to outsiders.
       2. System users should secure access to their mailboxes using passwords and other security
          devices and should not leave the System on and available to unauthorized users.
       3. Associates may not reveal the internal e-mail name and password of Company e-mail users to
          anyone outside the Company, including people who request such information over the
          telephone and seem to have a legitimate reason for asking. All such requests must be referred
          to the IS Manager or Business Manager for a response.
       4. Extreme care must be taken in both system configuration and content of communications to
          not expose the company to risk of a security breach, harassment, or sabotage.



B)     Prohibited Uses of e-mail System Include:
          Sending copies of documents in violation of copyright laws or licensing agreements;
          Sending messages prohibited or restricted by government security laws or regulations;
          Sending confidential or proprietary information or data to persons not authorized to receive
           it, either within or outside the Company;
          Content that may constitute sexual harassment or be considered discriminatory, obscene,
           derogatory or excessively personal, whether intended to be serious or humorous;
          Sending chain letters
          Illegal activity
          Harassment
          Exchanging sensitive information related to possible or actual litigation.
          Personal commercial activities
          Promotion of political positions or actions
          Solicitation of any type, except for company-sanctioned activities
          Forging the identity of a user or machine in an electronic communication
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          Sending or forwarding junk mail, ie: jokes, unsolicited commercial e-mail and spam
          Sending known viruses, Trojan horses or other malicious software
          Transferring of application software between computers

       Contact IS Manager or Human Resources for any clarification on any of these prohibited uses.
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C)     Discouraged Uses of Electronic Mail:
       The company discourages the use of electronic mail for discussion of matters involving potential
       or actual legal disputes. Requests for legal advice from the legal counsel should be made either
       by telephone or by memorandum marked "attorney client privileged" and delivered by a secure
       means (e.g. "confidential" sealed envelope).

D)     Privacy/Access to Electronic Mail:
       MarketFare Foods maydoes not intend to routinely monitor the contents of electronic mail
       messages. However, users should expect that electronic mail messages might be accessed and
       disclosed by authorized supervisors or the IS Manager with or without the permission of the
       associate. Therefore, associates should have no personal expectation that their electronic mail
       messages are private. Because e-mail messages deleted by the user may still be present, either in
       another person's mailbox, or on a file server or back-up file of a user, care must be taken to ensure
       the accuracy and professionalism of all e-mail communications. Electronic mail messages must be
       able to withstand scrutiny without causing embarrassment to the Company, its associates or
       customers.
       However, no other associates may monitor or access e-mail messages of another user. Any
       requests for access to the contents of e-mail in order to respond to legal process, such as
       subpoenas, or for purposes of representing the Company in connection with any actual or
       threatened litigation, investigation or claim must be brought to the immediate attention of the
       President. Unauthorized access of e-mail messages is a serious violation of Company policy and
       grounds for dismissal

E)    Responsibilities:
      All associates must ensure that they have management authorization to use the System and are
      responsible for their compliance with this policy. Associates should notify the IS Manager or HR
      Department of any violations of this Policy.
       1.)     Business Managers and Department Heads are responsible for:
               a.) ensuring that their staff understand this policy and for monitoring usage within their
                   organization;
               b.) ensuring that access privileges are terminated when appropriate in cases of transfer,
                   termination or changes of assignment; and
               c.) cooperating with and providing resources for investigations of system use and misuse.

       2.)     The IS Manager will be responsible for:
               a.) maintaining system service levels in accordance with business requirements,
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              b.) operating the system infrastructure, including message and back-up tape retention and
                  destruction,
              c.) compiling and maintaining a list of the associates that use e-mail, and for ensuring
                  compliance with this policy. The IS Manager and Human Resources will be jointly
                  responsible for communicating, updating and interpreting this policy.

F).     Other Company Policies:
        All MarketFare Foods policies -- including but not limited to policies concerning copyright,
        confidentiality, document retention, harassment and compliance with equal employment laws --
        apply to the use of electronic mail.

G)      Disclaimers
        Please be aware of the following when using e-mail:

           E-mail messages can be misdirected by the sender or by an error in the message routing
            process.

           Internet and Intranet e-mail relies on public networks that are outside Company control.
            Service levels and confidentiality cannot be guaranteed

           E-mail messages and attachments may not be delivered in their original or intended state or
            format, and may sometimes be inaccessible to the recipient

           Service interruptions and system errors can delay or cause loss of e-mail messages.

           Once sent, e-mail messages cannot be retrieved or removed from a recipient's mailbox.
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               COMPUTER HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE ACQUISITION


POLICY

Users are responsible for complying fully with this policy as stated, but MarketFare Foods reserves the
right to modify this policy at any time, with or without prior notification. Violations could be the basis
for associate discipline or discharge.

All orders must follow the appropriate approval process.

New computer equipment or software must be approved, ordered and installed only by the IS Manager
who will ensure compatibility with existing systems, verify licensing and current ownership.

Providing the software and / or hardware is compatible with existing systems and MarketFare Foods
does not currently own the requested item, the order will be processed and delivered directly to the IS
Manager.

The IS Manager will install and test the items and deliver the items to the requestor or requesting
department.

In order to maintain software license agreements, software media will remain in the software library and
will not be released to end-users. Documentation will remain in the software library and may be checked
out by managers and above for a limited time.

Software and hardware acquisition may take up to twenty-one (21) business days and should be planned
accordingly. Requests should be received by the IS Manager twenty-one business days prior to actual
need. Some requests may be expedited or delayed dependant on vendor availability, cost, shipping, and
current IS Department backlog.

				
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