As a consequence of accessing the website, data may be processed that is personal or that may be associated with the user by means of cookies. The data controller is CO-FOOD srl, whose registered office is located at Bruneck (Bz).
The data controller can be contacted using the following contact details:
Tel: 0474 646629
PURPOSE AND METHODS OF PROCESSING
The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this website will, during the course of normal operation, gather certain personal data that are automatically transmitted when using internet communication protocols. Such information is not collected so as to be associated with identified individuals but, by its very nature, it could result in the identification of users via processing and association with data held by third parties.
Such data will include the IP addresses or domain names of the computers of users who connect to the site, addresses of the requested resources in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) form, the time of the request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the digital code indicating the status of the reply from the server (success, error, etc.) and other parameters relating to the user's operating system and computer environment.
These data will only be used to obtain anonymous statistical information about site usage and to check that it is functioning properly; they will be deleted immediately after processing. The data may be used to establish liability in the event of possible computer crime against the site.
DATA ACQUIRED VIA CONTACT FORMS AND DEDICATED SECTIONS
Such information relates to data provided voluntarily by the user.
NEWSLETTER: the data collected will be used for sending information material; they will be stored and processed for the same purpose until such time as the data subject requests deletion/unregistering via the channels provided. Any other purposes related to marketing activities (sending of advertising or promotional material) will be subject to your specific and separate consent.
The above-listed processing will be carried out solely in computerised form, but processing in paper form cannot be excluded. Your data may be communicated to persons regarded as recipients pursuant to art. 4 or to data supervisors pursuant to art. 28 of the Regulation (EU) with responsibility for responding to your requests to us.
Cookies are small text strings that websites visited by users send to their devices where they are stored before being transmitted back to these sites when users next visit. When browsing users may also receive cookies on their devices that are sent from other websites (see Regulation of Data Protection Supervisory Authority no. 229 of 8 May 2014).
To ensure cookies are correctly regulated they must be distinguished according to user objectives.
Analytical cookies are used to monitor the usage of web pages by providing statistical reports that may help the publisher optimise its site. One of the most commonly used tools for web analytics is “Matomo Analytics”, a service provided by Google Inc. that enables the collection of browsing statistics. The Data Protection Supervisory Authority has stated that such cookies may be deemed technical cookies where the IP address is anonymised (even partially) and there is no information sharing with Google; such cookies will otherwise be regarded as in the same class as profiling cookies.
The company has also partially anonymised user IP addresses and reduces the data that Google can access via its Matomo Analytics tools.
Each cookie type may be first-party (i.e. processed and managed directly by the website owner) or third-party (i.e. installed and acquired by different persons).
Third-party cookies include so-called social plugins, i.e. elements that permit integration of social media (such as, Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, etc.), which operate via the website where they generate cookies.
Please consult the relevant statements regarding the regulation of information collected by third parties.
Here is a list of cookies used by our website:
Our website uses the following cookies.
Here is a list of cookies used by our website:
Cookie type Retention times
accepted_cookies 2 years
d96fa86bcf31638d8d049d4bee857574: Cookie Session, session duration 2 years
_gat_gtag_UA_128346948_1 1 hour
_ga: used to differentiate users 2 years
_gid 24 hours
COFOOD srl has anonymised the third-party analytical cookies; the site does not contain any profiling cookies: it is therefore not necessary to insert the brief statement as provided for by the Regulation of Data Protection Supervisory Authority no. 229 of 8 May 2014 with regard to cookies.
LINK TO PROCEDURE FOR DISABLING COOKIES ON YOUR COMPUTER FOR THE MAIN BROWSER TYPES
You can modify the choices you make upon first accessing the site at any time by following the procedures below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
http://www.youronlinechoices.com/it/ - This site contains information on behavioural advertising and cookies and gives advice on protecting your privacy online.
TRANSFERRING DATA TO A THIRD COUNTRY OR TO INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS
Your data will not be transferred in any way to third countries outside the EU or to international organisations, nor be stored on servers located in any third country.
AUTOMATED DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES
The data controller does not use any automated decision-making processes in respect of your personal data.
RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT
You have the right at any time to request the data controller to provide you with access to your data, as well as to the rectification or deletion of such data. You will receive a written reply within 30 days (unless you have specifically requested a verbal reply), which may also be in electronic form. You also have the right to request the limitation of processing or to object to it. Finally, you may request the portability of your data to another data controller. You may at any time also revoke any consent you have given via this website: to revoke such consent simply contact one of the addresses listed above.
You have the right to submit a complaint to the supervisory authority if you feel that your data have been processed unlawfully.