What are Cookies?
Cookies are small text files that a website stores on a user's computer or mobile device when they visit the site.
These cookies may stay on user's computer for a set period or until they are deleted manually. They can be classified as first-party cookies, set directly by the visited website, or third-party cookies, set by other websites.
Each time you visit the Organic Standard website, we will ask for your consent to store cookies. Giving your consent allows our website to remember your settings for a certain period, enhancing your browsing experience. However, if you choose not to agree, some website functionalities may be limited.
To ensure the smooth functioning of the Organic Standard website, we only utilize first-party cookies. These cookies are set and managed exclusively by Organic Standard Ltd. However, for a more convenient experience while browsing specific pages on our website, it is necessary to allow third-party cookies from external organizations, which are beyond our control.
The information stored in these cookies, whether by us or third-party services, is used to analyze user access to the website. This analysis helps us enhance the website's performance and user-friendliness.
Certain technical cookies, known as "operational cookies," are essential for the proper operation of the website. Therefore, they do not require your explicit consent.
At times, our website may include content from external providers, such as Google LLC. These services are essential for certain website features, like map integration, and for analyzing website visits to enhance our site's performance.
Please note that these external resources may gather and process your data, including information about the pages you've visited on our website, and other data automatically transmitted from your device.
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We do not use the information stored in cookies to identify individual users, send mass email messages, or deliver advertisements without the user's consent. Furthermore, user information obtained through cookies is neither sold nor made publicly available.
We may periodically make changes to our Cookies Policy. The updated version will be published on this website with the current date.
Updated: 19th July 2023