What are cookies?
Cookies are small text files that are sent to and stored on your computer, tablet or other mobile device when you use our website. In addition to the cookies that Rijk Zwaan sends, third parties can also place cookies via our website.
Which cookies does Rijk Zwaan use?
We use different types of cookies and similar techniques to make your visit to our website as easy, accessible and personal as possible. We place these in order to ensure that you receive relevant information and to share our content via social media. Below we explain the cookies we use.
Functional cookies ensure that our website functions properly and you can easily use the website. These cookies have little impact on your privacy.
We use analytical cookies in order to continue improve and adjust our website. We use Google Analytics. The IP-addresses of our website visitors are anonymised within Google Analytics and sharing data with Google is turned off. We use other Google services, such as Tagmanager, Datastudio and AdWords. Therefore, we concluded a data processor agreement with Google.
Marketing and Third-party cookies
We can also use marketing & third-party cookies. These are placed by ad networks. These cookies are used to:
- Show relevant personalized content based on your visit and click behavior on our website;
- Measure the effectiveness of a campaign;
- Make a link with your profile and preferences.
During the first visit to our website you can give permission for cookies by clicking on the ‘I agree’ -button in the cookie banner. Functional and analytical cookies are placed with each visit. Marketing cookies are only placed if you have given permission for this.
How to delete cookies?
You can delete cookies via the setting of your browser. This also revokes the previously given consent.
We may change this cookie statement over time. In our privacy statement you can read how Rijk Zwaan handles your personal data. In case you have any questions about this statement, you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.This cookie statement was last changed on 30 January 2019.