This Cookie Management Policy (“Policy”) describes how cookies are used by Lactalis American Group, Inc. and its subsidiaries and affiliates (collectively referred to as “Lactalis”) on http://pronativ.com/ (the “Pronativ Website”).
This Policy also describes how you can enable or disable cookies on the Pronativ Website. Lactalis will not deposit any cookies onto your devices without your consent.
I. What is a Cookie?
A cookie is an anonymous small data file that is placed on your computer, tablet or mobile device when you visit a website. A cookie enables recognition of the device you are using.
When you browse on the Pronativ Website, cookies may be deposited onto your device. Cookies placed on your device by parties other than Lactalis are called “third party cookies.” Third party cookies enable recognition of your device both when you visit the Pronativ Website and, in certain circumstances, when you visit other websites. These cookies record data anonymously and do not cause any damage to your device.
II. What Cookies Are Used on The Pronativ Website?
|Types of Cookies||Purpose of the Cookie||Consequence of Disabling the Cookie|
|Analytics||Third party analytics cookies are used on the Pronativ Website to generate information about how the Pronativ Website is being used so that the site may be updated to improve the user’s experience.||If you choose to disable these cookies, it will be difficult for us to analyze the user experience so that we may evolve the website.|
Upon visiting the Pronativ Website, a Cookie Consent Tool will appear. The Cookie Consent Tool will give you the following options: (1) consent to the use of analytics cookies; or (2) disable analytics cookies. If you choose to consent to the cookies, you may modify or withdraw your consent at any time by re-accessing the Cookie Consent Tool by clicking here.
IV. Who Can Access Your Cookies?
Internet websites can only access the cookies they have stored on your computer. For example, if Lactalis were to save a cookie on your browser, Lactalis could access its own cookie, but could not access those of another company.
V. Cookie Retention
Cookies may be retained for a maximum period of 13 months.