The conditional use of the website
Information we collect
On our website/mobile app we collect certain personal data such as name, gender, age, address and e-mail of online visitors who choose to register on our website/mobile app or to participate in our offers and promotions. The collected information is processed for drop shipment of products to the (home)address of participators, for requests, claims, as well as improving the usability of our website/mobile app.
We do not require you to register or provide personal information to us in order to see or access our website/mobile app. But if you register, you have access to some additional features that enables you to, for example, receive additional information about your favourite products or to participate in our interactive community in the future.
With the explicit consent of your part, you can receive commercial communications about promotional offers, discounts, contests and information about products and services of the partners in the website/mobile app by post or by electronic means and devices. You can withdraw your consent at any time or change your selection by filling out the contact form. You have the right to, at all times, accession, rectification, erasure and opposition of your personal data held by us. You can contact us via the contact form.
This is how we collect personal information:
To receive full advantage of our offers, you can subscribe on our website/mobile app. During the registration process we may ask for certain information (like contact information, age and the school where you study) so we can send you the notifications you request and to customise our contact with you.
B. Contests and promotions
Our website/mobile app can contain notifications about contests and promotional games which you can join. We may use the information you provide in the context of the promotion (for example, to notify you if you have won).
If you ask us to send you updates, recipes or other content via email, you can provide us with certain information, like your email address, so we can fulfil your request.
D. Contact link
If you contact us using the contact form of this website we ask for information like your name, email address and other information so that we can respond to your questions and comments. You can also choose to provide additional information.
F. Information collected by automated means
How we use and share your information
We may share your personal information with partners within the website/mobile app. We can also share the information with service providers that we use to perform services for us, such as participating in promotions, fulfilling orders and providing costumer service. These service providers may have access to personal details of our website visitors/mobile app users, if it is needed to perform their service properly. They are however, not authorised by us to use or disclose information, outside these services or to comply with legal regulations. Additionally, where permitted by local law, we may disclose information where we deem it necessary to prevent an actual or alleged crime or injury to ourselves or others, to investigate or to disclose. Or if required by law, or in response to a request from a law enforcement agency or other government officials. We may conduct joint promotions with other companies. We can share certain personal details with our promotional partners (and their service providers) if necessary for the promotion. We will not share this information with our promotional partners for any other purpose, unless you agree to share this.
How we protect your information
The security of your personal details is important to us. We maintain administrative, technical and physical security guards to protect against unauthorized use, disclosure, modification or destruction of personal information we collect through the website. However, we can not guarantee its safety. To the extend permitted by law, we indemnify us and any liability and responsibility for any damage you may suffer as a result of loss, unauthorized access, abuse or alteration of information that you provide to this website.
What are cookies?
To use this website to its full potential, you must enable cookies. If you do not wish to enable cookies, you can still visit the site, although you can not access all functionalities in that case. Most web browsers enable cookies automatically, but if you click on the manage cookies (link) you can find more information about your cookie settings.
During your visit to this website different kinds of cookies are created. We use three types of cookies:
• Session cookies, are automatically deleted after each visit.
• Permanent cookies, are stored during multiple visits to the site.
• Third-party cookies, are used by websites of partners and are embedded in our site or where we link to.
This allows you to use essential functions on the site, such as remembering a field that repeats itself within a browsing session. Moreover, they reduce the need to send information over the internet. They are not stored on your computer and are deleted when you end your browser session.
This allows us to recognise visitors anonymously who visit the site several times. Using an anonymous, randomly generated identifier specific information can be stored such as your way to the site, the pages you look at, the option you select and your route through the site. By analysing this information, we can improve the site, fix bugs and enhance the content.
We use Google Analytics software to analyse page use, page interactions and routes through our sites. These are known as ‘web metrics’. We do not store any personal information as part of this process.
Third Party Cookies
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