The present policy refers to the website, where the company D&C provides registration service and sells products as the website manager and co-owner (with Eurofood S.p.a) of the user’s personal data gathered through the latter one.
The present “Cookie Policy” aims to describe the website management modalities concerning the use of cookie and the personal data processing of the users who visit it.
The present website respects and defends the privacy of visitors and users, making all possible and proportional efforts in order not to adversely affect their rights.
The present cookie policy exclusively applies to the online activities of the present website and it is valid for the visitors/users of the website. It does not apply to the information collected through different channels from the present website. The aim of the policy is to provide the maximum of transparency concerning the information that the website collects and how it uses them.

Identity and contact of the co-owners: The co-owners of the personal data processing of users are:
D&C S.p.A. (TAX/VAT: 00612491209) with headquarter in Corsico, (MI), Via privata Tacito N. 10-bis
Telephone number: +39, e-mail address:
and Eurofood S.p.a. (TAX/VAT: 09362510159), with headquarter in Corsico (MI), Via privata Tacito, 12 (further on, the “co-owners”).
Telephone number: +39, e-mail address:
Contact of the Data Protection Office (DPO):

In order to take advantage correctly and regularly of all the website sections, it is necessary that the user activates cookies, allowing the co-owners to use them.

During the website navigation, the user might receive cookies of other websites than the one which he/she is visiting. The Co-owners use cookies to execute operations such as, for instance, computer authentication, session monitoring and information memorization. Without the use of cookies, it is not possible to assure the user that the website will provide functions and services, however the user has the right to refuse cookies installation by selecting the corresponding parameters in the specific options of his/her browser, assuming the risk that the website does not work.

Like all websites, the present website uses log files in which collected information are stored in authorized manner during users’ visit. Collected information may be the following:
internet protocol (IP) address;
– typology of browser and the used device parameters to connect to the website;
– name of the internet service provider (ISP);
– day and hour of visit;
– users’ web page of origin (referral) and of exit;
– possibly the number of click.

These information are processed in automated form and collected exclusively in aggregate form in order to verify the correct functioning of the website and for security reasons (from 25th May 2018 these information are processed on the basis of legitimate interests of the co-owners).
For security reasons (antispam filters, firewall, virus survey), the automatically registered data might possibly include personal data as well, such as Ip address, that may be used, according to the laws in force on this subject, to block attempts to damage the website or to adversely impact other users, or other harmful activities or crimes. Data are never used for identifying or profiling the user, but only for protecting the website and its users (from 25th May 2018 these information are processed on the basis of legitimate interests of the co-owners).
If the website allows the insertion of data, or in case of specific services demanded by the user, the website detects automatically and register some identificatory data of the user, e-mail address included. These data are given on a voluntary basis by the user at the moment of the service providing demand.
The data received are used exclusively for service provision and only for the necessary time of service provision.
The information that the website Users will decide to make public through the services and the means available, are provided by the user wittingly and willingly.
It is up to the user to verify that he/she has the permission to insert personal data of third parties or content under national and international law.
Data collected by the website during its functioning are used exclusively for the reasons already stated above and stored for the time strictly necessary to make the stated activities. In any case, the data collected from the site will never be provided to third parties, for any reason, unless it is a legitimate request by the judicial authority and only in the cases provided by law.

With the use or the consultation of the present site, visitors and users approve explicitly the present privacy policy and give their consensus to data processing in particular in relation to the modalities and the objectives described below, including the eventual disclosure to third parties if it is necessary for the service provision.
The provision of data and therefore the consensus to data collecting and processing is optional, the user might deny the consensus, and revoke in any moment the consensus previously provided. However, to deny the consensus might imply that some services will not be provided and that the online experience on the site will be compromised.
Since the 25th May 2018 (date of GDPR entry into force), the present website processes some data on the basis of legitimate interests of the Data Processing owner.

Personal data processed through the installation of technical cookies are necessary in order to guarantee the correct navigation in the website.
It is optional to give consensus to install analytical cookies. Your personal data are processed by these cookies only with your consensus previously expressed in the modalities described above.

Data collected by the website are processed in the registered office of the co-owners of the Processing, and in the web hosting data centre. The web hosting, who is the responsible of the data processing, because it elaborates data on behalf of the owner, is in the European Economic Area and acts under European laws. The web Hosting name is kept in the headquarter of the co-owners.

A cookie is a piece of data sent by the website to the user’s web browser (a personal computer, a notebook, a smartphone, a tablet; in general, cookies are collected directly on the browser used for the navigation). The same website that transmitted them, can read and save cookies that are on the same device in order to obtain various types of information. Every type of cookies has a defined objective.

Two fundamental types of cookies exist: technical cookies and profiling cookies. Technical cookies are generally necessary for the correct functioning of the website and to allow the navigation and to operate the service demanded by the user; without them, you may not be able to correctly view pages or to use some services. For instance, a technical cookie is fundamental to keep the user connected during all his/her visit in the website, or to memorize settings of language, view, etc.

Technical cookies (for which user consensus is not requested) may be distinguished in:
navigation cookie, that guarantee the normal use of the website (allowing, for instance, to make a purchase or to log in reserved areas);
analytics cookies, like technical cookies only when used directly by the website manager to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the website.
functionality cookies, that allow the user to navigate according to a series of selected criteria (for instance, language, selected products for the purchase) in order to improve the service provided to the user.

Profiling cookies are used to keep track of users’ navigation and create profiles on their tastes, habits, choices, etc. With these cookies advertising messages can be transmitted to the user according to his/her preferences that the user showed during the website navigation.

Cookies may again be classified as follow:
session cookies, that are cancelled immediately when the user closes the navigation browser;
persistent cookies, that – differently from session cookies – stay inside the browser for a determined period. They are used, for instance, to recognize which device is connected to the website so that users’ authentication operations are facilitated;
first-part cookie created and managed directly by the website manager, that the user is visiting;
third-part cookie created and managed by different subjects than the website manager that the user is visiting. Those cookies are set by a website different than the one the user is visiting. This is because in every website some elements (images, maps, sounds, specific links towards other domains’ webpages, etc.) resided on a server different from the one visited might be present.

Based on these aims, cookies in this website are distinguished in technical cookies of navigation and functionality and analytical cookies.
By using technical cookies, aimed to guarantee the correct functioning of the website because they enable functions that facilitate user navigation and are considered strictly necessary, because information stockage is fundamental to provide a service requested by the user.
Furthermore, technical cookies cannot be disabled and for their installation a previous consensus is not demanded to users (in accordance with the art. 122 of the Personal Data Protection Code).
Analytical cookies, that can be first and third-party cookies, are installed to collect information about the website use. They are useful to statistically analyse website access and visits and to allow the owner to improve its structure, its navigation mechanisms, and its contents. Collected information are used to make statistical analysis with the aim to make contents more interesting and relevant to the users’ preferences.
Analytical cookies are not essential to the website functioning, so user consensus is not required for the installation.

To improve our website and to understand which parts and elements are mostly appreciated by users, we use, as anonymous analysis instrument, a third-parties cookie that is Google Analytics.
This cookie is not managed by us, so for further information it is possible to consult Google policy by clicking on this link:

Analytics cookies

Cookie Name Description Owner or third-party Duration Aim
_ga Google Analytics Cookie Google Analytics 2 years Used to distinguish users
_gid Google Analytics Cookie Google Analytics 24 hours Used to distinguish users
_gat Google Analytics Cookie Google Analytics 1 minute Used to limit the request rate
collect Google Analytics Cookie Google Analytics Session Used to send data to Google Analytics about the device and the user behaviour

Technical and analytics cookies are the only ones that we use to make the navigation pleasant. Instead, we do not use profiling cookies.

The present website incorporates plugs-in and/or buttons for social networks as well, in order to facilitate the sharing of contents on your favourite social network. Those plugs-in are programmed to set no cookies at the page access, to guarantee the users’ privacy. Possibly, cookies are set, if so forecast by social networks, only when the User effectively and on a voluntary basis uses the plug-in. Keep in mind that if the user consults the website by logging in the social network, then the user has already consented the use of cookies transmitted through this website at the moment of social network inscription.
The collection and the use of information obtained through plug-in are managed according to the privacy policy of every social network, which you can refer to.
– Facebook –
– Instagram –
– Youtube –

Because cookies are normal text files, it is possible to access to them by using the majority of text editors and text elaboration programs. To open them, it is enough to click on them. Below it is reported a list of links explaining how to visualize cookies in the different browsers. If the user’s browser is not in the list, please refer to cookies’ information given by the browser itself. If you use a mobile phone, please consult the related handbook to find further information.



Internet Explorer 8-10



When the user access for the first time to the website page, there is a banner containing a short policy and a management panel for cookies/a button through which it is possible to accept all cookies. The user can select/deselect single categories of cookies. The consensus to cookies use is registered with an appropriate technical cookie.
Users can anyway express their preferences on cookies as well through settings of the used browser. By default, almost all browsers are set to automatically accept cookies, but users can modify the default configuration through the used browser settings, which allow to cancel/remove all or some cookies or to limit them on certain websites.

Cookies can be limited or blocked through browser settings.
If the user prefers that websites do not memorize cookies in their computer, it is necessary to set the browser to receive a notification before the storage of each cookie. Otherwise, user can set the browser in such a way to refuse all cookies or only third-party cookies. User can erase all the cookies already in the system. It is important to underline that all the settings must be modified separately in every browser and computer used.
If the user blocks the cookies storage, we cannot guarantee anymore the correct functioning of the website. Some functions may not result available and it may not be possible to visualize determined websites. In every website, settings are modified following a different procedure. If necessary, to define correct settings it is necessary to use the Web Bowser Guide. To disable cookies on a mobile telephone, it is necessary to consult the relative handbook to find more information.

Data can be processed by external actors working as owners such as, for instance, authorities and monitoring and supervising bodies and in general by subjects, also private ones, legitimated to demand data, Public Authorities that make explicit request to the co-owners for administrative or institutional finalities, according to what the actual national and European law provide, as well as people, societies and professional studios providing consulting activities.
Data may also be processed, on behalf of the co-owners, by external parties designated as Data Processors, who are given appropriate operating instructions. These parties are basically categorized as follow:

a) societies supplying services of direct e-mailing;

b) societies supplying maintenance services of the website and of the information systems;

c) societies offering support in market analysis;

d) societies supplying management and maintenance services of the owners’ database;

User personal data can be processed, in the case of release of explicit consensus, by third parties to whom they are communicated.

The present website might share some of the collected data through websites located outside Europe and in particular in the United States (including but not limited to, Google and social networks). The co-owners make sure, from this moment on, that every non-EU data transfer is managed in accordance with what is forecasted in the Vth chapter of the GDPR and authorised on the basis of specific decisions of the European Union. All cautions will be used to guarantee the total protection of personal data basing these transfers on: a) adequacy decisions of third Countries addressee expressed by the European Commission; b) adequate guaranties expressed by a addressee third party in accordance with the art. 46 of the GDPR; c) on the adoption of binding corporate rules.
Data gathered by using all other cookies will not be widespread furtherly.

The present website process user data in legitimate and correct manner, by adopting the appropriate security measures aimed to forbid non-authorised access, data divulgation, modification or destruction. The processing is operated through informative e/o telematic means, with organizational modalities and mechanisms strictly linked with the aims that we stated before. In addition to the co-owners, in some cases, might have access to data some categories of parties involved in the website organization (administrative, commercial, marketing, legal staff and system administrators), which are external parties (such as suppliers of third technical services, postal carrier, hosting provider, informatic societies, communication agencies).

In accordance with the European Regulations 679/2016 (GDPR) and the national law, the user can, according with the modalities and in the limits forecasted by the law in force, wield the following rights:
– request the confirmation of existing personal data that concern him/her (access right);
– know their origin;
– receive intelligible communication;
– have information about the logics behind, the modalities and the objectives of the processing;
– demand the update, correction, integration, cancellation, transformation in anonymous form, blockage of data processed against the law, including those non necessary to the pursuit of the objectives for which they have been collected;
– in the case of processing based on the consensus, receive at the only cost of the eventual support, their data provided by the owner, in aggregate form and readable by a data processor and in a commonly used format accessible to an electronic device;
– the right to lodge a complaint to the Control Authority (Privacy Authority);
– more generally, to exercise all the rights that the legal provisions in force.

The person concerned can in any moment exercise his rights by sending a registered mail a.r. to D&C, in its registered office in Corsico (MI), via Privata Tacito, n. 10/bis, or by e-mail to the address: or to Eurofood S.p.a., in its registered headquarter in Corsico (MI), via Privata Tacito, 12 or by e-mail to the address:
Otherwise, the person concerned might address itself to the Data Protection Officer available to the following e-mail address:

Children under the age of 18 years old must not give information nor personal data to the co-owners without the consensus of those who exercise the parental responsibility. Without their consensus, it will not be possible to accept the requests of the child.
The co-owners invite parents to inform their children about the safe and responsible use of Internet and Web.

Last update in November 2020