COOKIES POLICY

http://uk.fage/


Last updated: 06/09/2016

This Cookie Policy applies to all websites, branded web pages or third-party platforms (such as Facebook or YouTube), and to applications accessed and used through such websites or third-party platforms and which are operated by "FAGE UK ", seated in 134 Buckingham Palace Road, Victoria, London UK (hereinafter FAGE) or which are operated by others on behalf of FAGE (hereinafter "FAGE Websites").

By using a FAGE Website you are consenting to the use of cookies in accordance with this Cookie Policy. If you do not agree to our use of cookies in this way, you should adjust your browser settings accordingly, or not use FAGE Websites. If you disable the cookies that we use, this may impact your experience during visits to FAGE Websites.

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are small files of information which are stored on your computer or other devices with internet browsing capabilities, such as your tablet or mobile phone, when you visit the FAGE website. A Cookie usually includes the name of the Website that the Cookie comes from, the “lifetime” of the Cookie (i.e. how long it will remain on your device), and a value, which is usually a randomly generated unique number.

2. Why do we use cookies?

We use Cookies on our web pages, to make the FAGE Websites easier to use and to better tailor FAGE Websites and products to your interests and needs in order to facilitate your navigation and improve their use and functionality. We also use Cookies to perform traffic statistics and find out how you discovered our website. Cookies may also be used to help us accelerate your future activities and experience on FAGE Websites. We also use Cookies to compile anonymous, aggregated statistics that enable us to understand how the public uses our Websites and to help us improve their structure and content. We cannot ascertain your personal identity from this information.

3. Which Cookies do we use?

Below is information about the different types of Cookies that we use on FAGE Websites, including their respective purpose and duration (i.e. how long each cookie will remain on your device).
Depending on your device, we install Cookies to:
- Identify you and find out more about you in order to offer you personalised navigation, - ensure secure navigation and tackle fraud,
- offer you content related to your interests,
- suggest commercial activities, taking your preferences and latest purchases into consideration.

Managing Cookies through your browser.

The default settings of browsers usually accept Cookies, but you can easily change them. However, if you choose to disable one or more cookies, you might not be able to take advantage of all the features offered by our website. To find out more about these settings, click on the link for the browser you use
• Internet Explorer™:
http://windows.microsoft.com/el-gr/windows7/how-to-manage-cookies-in-int...
• Google Chrome™: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/95647?hl=en
• Safari™: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1677?viewlocale=en_US
• Firefox™: https://support.mozilla.org/el/kb/enable-and-disable-cookies-website-pre...
• All About Cookies – http://www.aboutcookies.org/ (in English).

4. Do we host third-party cookies?

Cookies from third-party websites may be stored on your device with the purpose of personalising and/or improving the content (including advertising content) that you may be offered while navigating. Depending on the platforms, some third-party cookies may be stored, including:
- Social networking content: we may publish social networking content on our platforms. Therefore, when you click on the content in question on our platforms, a cookie from the relevant social networking site may be stored on your device. We suggest that you read the Cookie Policy of these social networks for more information.
- Flash: Flash Cookies are files stored by Flash software. This software is often installed as an extension of your Internet browser in order to display dynamic objects/fields such as animated graphics or videos. Therefore, Flash Cookies may be installed when the Flash application is used. We suggest that you read the Cookie Policy at the Adobe website (www.adobe.com).
How can I control or delete the Cookies?
Most Internet Browsers are initially set up to automatically accept Cookies. You can change the settings to block Cookies or to alert you when Cookies are being sent to your device. There are several ways to manage Cookies. Please refer to the browser instructions or the help screen to learn more about how to adjust or modify your browser settings.
If you disable the cookies we use, this may impact your experience when visiting FAGE Websites, for example you might not be able to visit certain areas of a FAGE website or you might not receive information tailored to your personal preferences when you visit a FAGE Website.
If you use several devices to visit and enter FAGE Websites (e.g. your computer, smartphone, tablet etc.) you should make sure that each browser on each device is adjusted according to your Cookies preferences.

5. Do we place cookies on third-party platforms?

We may place cookies on partner websites to advertise our brands and/or products. These cookies are mainly used to display content tailored to your interests and to evaluate our content (including advertising).

6. Which cookies are set up on this Website?

Today, 06/09/2016, the following cookies are being used on this Website:
Α. First-party cookies for anonymous users.
5 first-party google analytics cookies with the following names:
__utmz   -> Google Analytics - Stores the traffic source or campaign that explains how the user reached your site.
__utmt -> Google Analytics - Used to throttle request rate
__utmc -> Google Analytics - Set for interoperability with urchin.js.
__utmb -> Google Analytics - Used to determine new sessions/visits.
__utma -> Google Analytics - Used to distinguish users and sessions

B. Drupal Cookies:
has_js   -> It records whether the visitor has Javascript enabled.

C. Third-party Cookies
The following are third-party cookies, which means that they are not set by http://uk.fage but by external sites, and usually concern functionality in connecting to social media sites etc. for content sharing.
These are automatically set by the corresponding publishers (e.g. Facebook) and information is not given about anyone. For example, for third parties of Facebook there is relevant legal text here.
When a user connects to http://uk.fage via Facebook, or visits http://uk.fage while logged in to Facebook, third-party Facebook cookies with the following names are set:
- c_user
- csm
- datr
- fr
- lu
- s
- xs
These are set by the domain facebook.com and concern connection with social media.
In addition, when an anonymous user visits a product page or recipe page (generally where there is a Google+ button) two cookies are set with the name:
- NID
These are set by the domain accounts.google.com and the domain apis.google.com and concern connection with social media/social plugins.
When and only when the anonymous user clicks on a Tweet button, 2 third party cookies are set by Twitter with the names:
- twitter_sess
- guest_id
These are set by the domain platform.twitter.com and concern connection with social media/social plugins.
Similarly, cookies concerning connection with social plugins may be set when the user clicks the Pinterest Pin on recipes.
*The names of the Cookies that are used are updated at least once a year, on 1st January each year.

7. Review of Legal Notice

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to this statement. We invite you to refer to this page regularly to check current and new, additional information.
The last revision of this statement was made on 6 September 2016

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