Cookie Policy

With this document, under the provisions of article 122 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 (Code concerning the protection of personal data), Next-Food s.r.l., as Data Controller, provides users of the site with the following information about cookies. This policy has been drawn up based on the guidelines contained in the General Policy of the Italian Privacy Authority dated May 8, 2014.


Data Controller

The Data Controller is Next-Food s.r.l. based in 33089 Fr. Darzo – Storo (TN), Zona Artigianale, 1/B VAT No. 02434160228. The Controller has appointed as Data Processor Ms. Emanuela Cimarolli. For further information (including those relating to appointed Data Managers) you can contact the Controller at the following telephone number and email address: +39 0465 299583 –


What are cookies? 

Cookies are small text files that sites visited by the user send to the browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, etc.), where they are stored before being re-transmitted to the same sites at the next visit by the same user.

When navigating through a site, the user can receive on his/her terminal also cookies from sites or Web servers other than those visited (the so-called “third party” cookies). This is because the website visited can have elements like, for example, pictures, maps, sounds, social buttons (Facebook’s “Like”, Google’s “+1”, etc.) and specific links to web pages of other domains residing on servers other than the one hosting the requested page. In other words, these are cookies that are set by a different website and not by the one that one is currently visiting.

Technical cookies are those used for the sole purpose of “carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network or strictly necessary for a service provider in the information company explicitly required by the subscriber or user to provide that service” (see also art. 122, paragraph 1 of the Code).

Profiling cookies are those used to create profiles related to the user and send advertising messages in line with the preferences shown by the same user though his/her surfing habits. They are mentioned in Article 122 of the Code, which states that “the storage of information in the terminal equipment of a contractor or a user or the access to information already stored, is only allowed on condition that the contractor or the user has given consent after being informed through the simplified procedures referred to in Article 13, paragraph 3” (Art. 122, paragraph 1 of the Code).



FIRST PARTY COOKIES OR OTHER SIMILAR ONES uses technical cookies, which do not require any consent from the user.

More precisely, the site uses:

  • Session cookies (PHPSESSID)
  • Third party analytics Cookies, similar to technical cookies if instruments are adopted to reduce their power of identification (e.g. through the masking of significant portions of the IP address) and if, the contract between the operator of the site and the third part expressly includes a commitment of the third party either to use them solely for the provision of the service, to keep them separate or not to “enrich” or “cross” them with other information in their possession.


In particular, the site uses the Google Analytics service, which uses cookies to enable aggregated statistical analysis regarding the visited website.


To review the “Google Analytics Terms of Service”, which also mention the privacy policy of Google Inc., independent Controller of the processing of data related to the Google Analytics service, please refer to the page

If you wish to prevent the use of your data by Google Analytics, you can install a browser add-on that can be downloaded from the following page:



The site installs some third-party cookies that are activated by clicking a link on a banner.

The following list includes all third-party cookies used, and the links through which you can get more information and request deactivation.

Data processing methods

Personal data may be processed with or without the aid of electronic instruments. Specific security measures are taken to prevent data loss, illicit or incorrect use and unauthorised access. Data may be processed by employees and/or collaborators appointed by the Controller as data officers and/or data processors. No disclosure or communication of data is carried out.

Disabling cookies

You can visit the site also without cookies, although in this case you may not be able to take full advantage of all its features or services being offered. Most browsers accept cookies automatically. You can avoid automatic registration of cookies by selecting the “do not accept cookies” option.

For more information on how to perform this operation, you can refer to your browser’s instructions. You can get specific instructions through the links below.

For information about cookies stored on your terminal and on how to deactivate them individually, we recommend visiting the following page:

It is possible to cancel cookies already stored on your hard drive at any time.


Rights of the Data Subject

At any time, the Data Subject may exercise, by contacting the above address, his/her rights under Art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of June 30, 2003, which is provided below.

Art. 7 of Leg. Decree 196/2003

  1. The Data Subject has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data concerning him/her, even if not yet registered, and its communication in intelligible form.
  2. The Data Subject has the right to obtain information regarding:
  3. a) The source of personal data.
  4. b) The purposes and methods of processing.
  5. c) The logic applied in case of processing with electronic instruments.
  6. d) The identity of the Data Controller, Data Processors and Data Officers appointed under article 5, paragraph 2.
  7. e) Persons or categories of persons to whom the data may be communicated or who can learn about it as designated representative in the State, Processors or Officers.
  8. The Data Subject is entitled to:
  9. a) The updating, modification or, when of his/her interest, the integration of the data.
  10. b) The cancellation, anonymization or blocking of unlawfully processed data, including data that needs not to be kept for the purposes for which the data was collected or subsequently processed.
  11. c) Confirmation that the operations mentioned under a) and b) have been notified, also as regards their content, to those to whom the data was communicated or disclosed, except if this requirement is impossible to follow or it involves a manifestly disproportionate effort in comparison to the protected right.
  12. The Data Subject has the right to object, in whole or in part:
  13. a) For legitimate reasons, to the processing of personal data, also if related to the purpose of collection.
  14. b) To the processing of personal data for the purpose of sending advertising materials or direct sales or for market researches or commercial communications.