apart from

This structure 'apart from’requires always a gerund (or a noun?‘She ate everything apart form the soup’).Can ‘apart from’ require an infinitive?

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I think that “apart from” followed by a verb infinitive should generally be avoided. For example, these Googled sentences seem wrong to me (or at best substandard):

“We will not store your details apart from to process your order.”
“We didn’t come with any plans apart from to relax and do what we wanted.”

In such cases “except” or “other than” is generally preferred. In a few cases “apart from” may be tolerable; for example: “Merrill Lynch has declined to comment on any aspect of this article, apart from to say that…” I wouldn’t say that this sentence is categorically wrong, but I think I would still prefer “except”.