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How to use the product search function

Step 1: Find products

You can search products

- by category and sub-category
- by product name or
- by company name

You can use  these search parameters individually but also can also effect a combined search. The search function does also give results if you enter only parts of a product od company name (example: ‘bio’ will find all products with the word ‘biological’). If the search term however contains a typo no result will be displayed. 

To start, press the ‘Search’ button, and a list of all products matching the search parameters will be displayed.

Step 2: View product details

Click on the product you are interested in, and the product details will be displayed. The product details outline the following information:

- in the first block: details on the product
- in the second block: details on the validity of the listing
- in the third block: details on the company

Step 3: Create a listing confirmation

At the bottom of the page, there are two buttons, which can be clicked to create a confirmation of listing in PDF format. The left button will create a confirmation for the selected product only, while the right button will create a confirmation for all products listed under the name of the selected company.

Press the appropriate button, and you will obtain a confirmation of listing in PDF format. You can save this confirmation on your computer or print it.

How to find specific product types

The product search allows searching for certain product types. First, select a category. Then, you may narrow down the choice by selecting also a sub-category. The sub-categories designate agricultural uses. Examples for the category ‘Fertilizers, composts, soils and technical materials’:

- Nitrogen-rich fertilizers: Select the sub-category ‘Nitrogen-rich fertilizers (N)’.
- Stone meals: Select the sub-category ‘Aids and additives’.