Privacy statement and cookies
Food Cabinet’s Privacy Statement
Last updated: 21 June 2018
Food Cabinet is serious about protecting the privacy of our clients, the influencers we work with, and the guests we invite to our events. We process personal data only for the purpose for which it was provided and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
We collect and retain personal data only to provide you with the best possible service and treat them with the utmost care. In this statement, we explain which data we collect, why we collect them, and how we collect and retain them. And you can also read how to enforce your rights in relation to your personal data.
About this privacy statement
This privacy statement will occasionally be amended because of legislative amendments or changes to our internal systems. The latest version is always available on this page.
Which data do we store and why?
If our projects consist of coalitions with various partners, we collect all data from the parties involved.
- We retain partners’ data for 10 years
Guest at an event
If we are engaged to organise an event or to send a mailing (by post or email), the client sends us a list of contacts. The personal data we process for this purpose depends on each client. We use and retain these lists exclusively for the campaign for which we received them.
- We retain this list for six months after the event or mailing occurs.
We regularly work with influencers. For this purpose, we collect their email address, name, postal address and telephone number. We never share influencers’ personal data with third parties or clients. But we’ll share their data with colleagues for mutual projects so that we can approach influencers when we believe a project we’re working on could appeal to them.
- We retain influencers’ data for ten years after our last contact with them.
Journalisten, chefs and others in our netwerk
We regularly send press releases about projects to our network. We only send press releases if we think it will interest the person concerned. We never share personal data from our network with third parties or clients.
- If you receive press releases from us but would like to be removed from Food Cabinet’s database, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you visit our website, you can subscribe to our newsletter. We only process your email address and your name for this purpose.
- You can unsubscribe from our newsletter using the link at the bottom of the last newsletter.
Improving our website
We also collect data about your activities on our website to improve it. We use Google Analytics for this purpose (also see ‘Cookies’).
Bases on which we process personal data
- Processing is necessary to perform an agreement with the data subject;
- Processing occurs on the basis of a legal obligation;
- The data subject has explicitly consented to the processing. A data subject may always withdraw their consent.
The rights you have in relation to your personal data
Under the General Data Protection Regulation, you have the following privacy rights:
- Right to data portability. The right to transfer personal data; you have the right to receive the personal data we hold about you.
- Right to be forgotten. The right to be ‘forgotten’ by having your data erased.
- Right of access. This is your right to inspect the personal data we process about you.
- Right to rectification and supplementation; the right to change the personal data we process.
- The right to restrict processing; the right to have less data processed.
- The right regarding automated decision-making and profiling. In other words, the right to a human perspective when decisions are made.
- The right to object to data processing.
The Central Government website provides a more detailed explanation of these rights (in Dutch).
With whom do we share your data?
We do not sell your data to third parties and only supply your data if needed to perform our agreement with you, or to comply with a legal obligation. We enter into a processing agreement with companies that process your data on our behalf to ensure the same level of security and confidentiality of your data.
How are my data secured?
We are serious about protecting personal data and implement appropriate measures to prevent misuse, loss, unauthorised access, unwanted disclosure and unauthorised alteration.
If you feel that your data are still not secure or there are indications of misuse, contact us at email@example.com.
Agatha Dekenstraat 4H
1053 AP Amsterdam
Tel.: +31 (0)20-2233161
Chamber of Commerce no.: 56919794
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For what are cookies used?
- improve the use and functionalities of its website;
- analyse how users use the website and to compile statistics;
- show users personalised information and advertisements.
What types of cookies do we use?
Foodcabinet.nl uses functional and analytical cookies.
As the name suggests, these are the necessary cookies that ensure the website works properly and that remember your preference settings, for example. These cookies are also used to optimise the website to your needs or preferences.
As consent is not required to use functional or necessary cookies that have no or limited impact on your privacy, these cookies cannot be disabled.
Analytical cookies allow us to measure the use of foodcabinet.nl. This allows us to see which pages are the most popular, how people click through and which pages are not visited at all. This information helps us improve the website for the benefit of users.
Foodcabinet.nl uses Google Analytics to gain insight into how visitors use our website. We use these cookies to create reports and optimise our website. The cookies anonymously collect how many visitors come to the site, where they come from, and which pages they have visited.
Third-party social media cookies
Social media cookies are cookies that enable social media website functionalities. Examples include a YouTube video or a Facebook ‘like’ button.
The social media websites place these cookies themselves. If you click on a social media button on our website, this places a social media cookie. The social media party recognises your IP address the moment you want to share one of our web shop pages. For more information about the cookies that social media parties place and the data they collect with them, refer to these parties’ statements on their own websites. We recommend that you consult the privacy and cookie statements below:
How can I disable or delete cookies?
You can choose not to consent to the placing of cookies. You can also set your internet browser to block cookies. Although these settings vary from one browser to another, most browsers explain this in their help function. However, if you block cookies, our website may not work optimally.