OK, NOW I’M HERE. SO, WHAT ARE COOKIES?
A cookie is a text file sent from a web server to a browser that is then saved in your browser, computer, mobile phone, or tablet. The cookies and similar technologies that we use act as memory and allow us to remember things like settings and preferences.
They also help to ensure that our services work as they should and help us understand how our services are used and how we can improve them. They also allow us to display personalised content, improve your user experience through advertisements, or remember how you use the website. The functionality of the website is, to some extent, dependent on cookies.
AHA, BUT ARE THERE SEVERAL DIFFERENT COOKIES ON THE SITE?
Marketing cookies allow us and our partners to, for example, tailor ads to you based on how you use our services.
Social media tools, both third-party solutions and custom-built ones, are used to increase the interaction possibilities on the website. If you already use one of these social media platforms, their cookies may be set via our website and link to your account with that specific provider. The data may then be used by them to customise functionality or advertising on their website, based on how you use their service on our website.
Third-party cookies may be used to compile and store anonymous data and statistics about search or site behaviour which, together with other visitor data, are used for the purpose of creating statistical compilations and reports. This data is completely non-personal.
BUT WHAT IF I DON’T WANT COOKIES?
You do not have to accept cookies from our website and most browsers allow you to decline cookies when you enter the website. You can also subsequently choose to delete cookies by adjusting your browser settings. Functions, services, or pages on our website may lose their functionality or accessibility and provide a reduced experience if you choose not to accept cookies or delete them from your browsing history.
OK, WHAT DO YOU DO WITH MY PERSONAL DATA THEN?
The General Data Protection Regulation aims to protect individuals against violations of their privacy when their personal data is processed. You may provide information about how you use the website, other information about you, or that you need to get in touch with us when you use this website.
If you want information about which personal data Fria Bröd processes about you, or if you want to exercise your rights in respect of data processing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fria Bröd makes regular changes to this policy. In the event of changes to this policy, we will publish the amended policy on our website, www.friaglutenfree.com.
FRIA Bröd AB
Corporate identity number: 556519-7968
Postal address: Gröenvägen 2, SE-438 91 Landvetter, Sweden
Tel.: +46 (0)31-755 01 00