Cookies Policy

Cookies Policy – Legal Notice


What are Cookies?

Cookies are fragments of text placed in your computer by the sites you visit. This automatic data storage technology is widespread and is used to collect information such as browser type and operating system, source page, domain name from which the visitor logged in to, etc., in order to understand how visitors use the web page. Thus, "Cookies" help us to adapt the content of our website according to your needs.


How and Why Do We Use Cookies?

We use cookies to improve the use and functionality of our sites and to better understand how visitors use these sites, as well as the services they provide. Storing cookies in your computer gives us an easy and convenient way to personalize or improve your experience on our sites and make the next visit more enjoyable. We do not use cookies to collect personal information such as your name, however, we may link the information contained in your cookie to your personal information collected by other means (for example, registration forms).


How Can I Modify My Cookie Settings?

You can change your cookie settings at any time (for example, be alerted when cookies are sent to your computer) by clicking on the link below. If you do, please keep in mind that you may not be able to sign in on our sites or use other features that require registration or information gathering.


Modify Cookie Settings.

Any changes to your cookie settings will be saved until you decide to make additional changes, in case you have changed your mind. Please note that you can access this page and this link at any time by clicking on the "Cookies Policy" at the footer of our website.


What Types of Cookies Are Being Used?

When visiting our site, the following types of cookies are being used.


Required Cookies. These are the cookies that are strictly required for operating on a website. Without these cookies, our site will not work properly.


Functional cookies.

These are cookies that are set to improve our site functionality. For example, cookies that remember the content you previously viewed on our site, or the email address and password provided during registration on a previous visit to our site. Cookies can also remember items that you have previously placed in your shopping cart when you last visited Online Store. Thus, the use of functional cookies allows us to provide content tailored to your interests, without requiring a new registration or re-entering certain information in the registration forms when you return to our website. On some websites, cookies allow you to store favourite recipes, activities, points, or high scores. We can also use cookies to block access to certain activities of minor users.


Site cookies.

These are Cookies set up by our site and can only be read by our site alone.


Third party cookies.

These are cookies established by third parties that we use for various services (for example, analysis or website advertising).


Flash Cookies.

We also use Flash Cookies to store your preferences, such as volume control, high scores on games, or display of content based on what you most search on our site to personalize your visit. The third parties we work with to provide certain features on our sites, such as games and promotions, use Flash cookies to collect and store non-personal information. Flash cookies are different from other cookies used on our site due to the way data is stored. The Cookie management tools provided by your browser will not remove Flash cookies. To learn how to manage the privacy and storage settings for Flash Cookies, please click here (English version of the document)


Other Similar Technologies. makes use of tracking technologies ("IP Addresses," log files, "web beacons") to gather specific information such as browser type and operating system, referral page, site navigation , ISP domain, etc. to improve the use and functionality of our sites and to better understand how visitors use our sites as well as the tools and services they provide. Tracking technologies help us adapt our sites to your personal needs.


IP address.

There is the possibility to track Internet Protocol (IP) for (among others): (i) technical troubleshooting, (ii) maintaining site security, (iii) restricting access to our sites for certain users, and (iv) better understanding of how our sites are being used. An IP address is a number that is used by computers on the network to identify your computer every time you connect to the Internet.


Log Files.

We (or a third party on our behalf) can collect information in the form of log files that record the activity of our site and gather statistical information about users' browsing habits. These inputs are generated anonymously, and help us to gather (among others) (i) the type of browser and operating system used, (ii) information about a user's session (such as the URL from which they came, the date and the time they visited our site, the pages the visited on our site and for how long), and (iii) other similar data of navigation or click-stream. We also use the information captured in the log file for our internal marketing and demographic studies so that we can constantly improve and personalize the online services we offer you. Log files are used only internally and are not associated with any particular user.


Web Beacons.

There is a chance we use beacons (or clear GIFs) on our sites or include them in emails sent to you. Web beacons (also known as "web bugs") are small strands of code that provide a method of delivering a graphic image to a webpage or an email message in order to transfer data back to us. Information collected through the web, beacons may include some of the information described in the IP Address section above, as well as information on how a user responds to an email campaign (for example, when an e-mail is opened, where the user goes after reading the email, etc.). We use Web Beacons for various purposes, including, but not limited to, site traffic reporting, unique visitor numbers, advertising and email audit and reporting, as well as personalized shopping.


Managing Cookies / Preferences.

You should make sure your computer settings reflect whether you are happy or unwilling to accept cookies. Thus, you can set your internet browser to warn you before accepting cookies or you can set it to instantly deny them. You do not need to use cookies to use or access site, although you may not have access to all of our site features. For additional information please use the "help" button in your browser.



We reserve the right to make any additions or modifications to this legal notice. Please visit this page from time to time to be informed about all this and other important information we may add.