PRIVACY POLICY

Dear user,

Thank you for coming to visit us.

We believe it is extremely important for you to have confidence in us and we would therefore like to share with you on this page the purposes and methods for processing the personal data we collect when you browse on the website, following your registration on the website (hereinafter “Website”) and when you use the services we offer, as specified in greater detail below. When you browse our website, you can decide to register (“Registered Users”) or not (“Unregistered Users”). Registration is optional and allows you to access certain sections of the Website and use various services, access reserved areas of the Website, receive communications and offers, and many other services.

Processing of your personal data is always based on principles of legality and fairness and in compliance with all applicable current regulations. You can find all details on processing of your personal data below. We will be happy to respond to any questions you may have. Please contact us at the following links:Contact us

Remember that you can edit or delete your profile and the methods through which you wish to be contacted:click here to access your profile page.

Last review 5 marzo 2019.

Personal Data Processing

This policy will allow you to discover, before accessing the various sections of the Website, how Barilla processes your personal data, including both data you provide directly (such as your first name, surname, postal and e-mail address, password, age, date of birth, gender, profession, etc.) and the data which Barilla collects in the manner described in the section “The personal data we collect and how we collect it” (hereinafter, collectively, the “Personal Data”). Please view the policy before providing your Personal Data.

Identity and contact details of the Controller

The Controller is Barilla G. e R. Fratelli Società per Azioni (hereinafter “Barilla” or “Controller”), with registered office in Parma, Via Mantova, 166 – 43122. The contact details are Contact Barilla
Barilla will process your Personal Data in accordance with Regulation EU no. 2016/679 and national personal data protection regulations (hereinafter the “Privacy Regulation”).

The Personal Data we collect and how we collect it

Barilla may collect and then process your Personal Data when you browse the Website and/or access certain sections of it. When you connect to the Website, the IT systems and the software procedures which allow them to function automatically and indirectly provide and/or acquire certain information (such as the so-called “cookies”, as specified in the section “Privacy Policy – Cookies”, at the end of this policy document, “IP” addresses, the domain names of the computers used by users who connect to the Website, the “Url” address of the resources requested, the time of the request to the server).

Your registration on the Website and/or and any requests for information or services you submit by compiling the on-line forms, could lead to collection and subsequent processing of your Personal Data (such as first name, surname, postal and e-mail address, password, age, date of birth, gender, image, profession, civil status, etc.).

If you choose to register on the Website or to send a request through the “Contact us” section of the Website, you have to provide certain Personal Data to allow Barilla to satisfy your needs in functioning of the Website, so the relative boxes of the registration form are marked with an asterisk or otherwise indicated as obligatory. Providing Personal Data which is not marked with an asterisk or otherwise indicated as obligatory is entirely optional and there will be no consequences if this Personal Data is not provided, or is incomplete or imprecise. However, if you do not provide the Personal Data marked with an asterisk or otherwise indicated as obligatory, or said data is incomplete or imprecise, the service you request cannot be supplied. If you fail to provide any of the obligatory Personal Data, a Barilla error message will appear listing the missing obligatory Personal Data.

The purposes of processing your Personal Data and the legal basis for processing

Based on the needs you indicate each time on accessing the various sections of the Website (and excluding individual initiatives which require specific Personal Data to be provided, for which specific information will be published each time on the Website), the purposes of processing your Personal Data and the legal basis for processing are indicated below.

Your Personal Data will be processed for the following purposes solely with your consent to processing, which may be withdrawn at any moment by accessing your profile page (where you can uncheck the relative box), deleting your profile, using the link at the bottom of each promotional e-mail (for marketing activities and the newsletter), or, depending on the methods indicated each time by the Controller on obtaining consent:

a) Management of your requests and response to them

You may decide to consent to processing of your Personal Data to allow Barilla to manage and respond to your requests relating to products and the various initiatives relating to the various Barilla group brands, to advertising or to the Website (“Contact us” section of the Website). In this case, your consent is requested when you submit the requests. If you decide not to consent to processing of your Personal Data for said purposes, you will be unable to send the request.

b) Marketing activities

You may decide to provide consent to processing of your Personal Data for marketing activities, i.e. marketing communications, also via e-mail, text message, push notification and telephone calls with an operator concerning sending of promotional and advertising material on any Barilla Group brand or the performance of market research and to agree on a “door-to-door” presentation, free of charge and with no purchase commitment, of the productsmarketed on the website. For this purpose, your consent is requested when you register on the Website. On your personal profile page on the Website, you can choose the channels through which you wish to receive the marketing communications (all of them or only several, such as e-mail, text message, ordinary post, push notification and telephone calls with an operator) and choose the Barilla group brands that interest you.

c) Receiving the newsletter

You may decide to register with the newsletter service dedicated to a specific Barilla group brand, by providing the relative consent. In this case, your consent is requested when you register with the newsletter service.

Furthermore, even without your consent, Barilla may process your Personal Data for the following purposes:

i) management of your registration on the Website and activities associated with your activation and use of the services offered there, your interaction with the Website and with the sections present on it (access to the reserved areas of the Website and publication of your contributions on the Website), including sending of the so-called “transactional” e-mails associated with the Website registration procedure (since this processing is necessary to fulfil a contract or pre-contractual measures);
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ii) management and fulfilment of legal obligations (accounting, administrative, tax obligations, etc.);

iii) management of complaints and any disputes (as this is a legitimate interest of the Controller).

How we process your Personal Data

Processing of your Personal Data may include any type of operation, such as collection, recording, organisation, storage, consultation, processing, rectification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, disclosure, erasure and destruction.

Your Personal Data will be processed mainly with automated tools, but also on paper, adopting logic strictly linked to the related purposes, through the use of databases and electronic platforms managed by Barilla or by third parties appointed as external processors for this purpose and/or through the integrated IT systems of Barilla and of said third parties and/or websites owned or used by Barilla.

The Controller has assessed the level of security to be sufficient, taking account of the risks which could derive from loss, destruction, rectification, unauthorised disclosure, accidental or illegal access, abuse or alteration of your Personal Data. In particular:

  • it has adopted security measures appropriate to the risks;
  • it stores your Personal Data on servers located within Europe, which have an advanced and daily back-up system.


Where we process your Personal Data

Your Personal Data will be processed primarily at the Controller's offices and in places where the processors are located. For further information, contact the Controller at the addresses indicated in the section “Identity and contact details of the Controller”.


How long we keep your Personal Data


In order to ensure compliance with the principles of necessity and proportionality of processing, the Controller keeps the Personal Data for different periods, depending on the individual purposes being pursued:

(i) or management of your registration on the Website and for activities associated with your activation and use of the services offered, your interaction with the Website and the sections present on it, your Personal Data will be stored for the time strictly necessary for this and, in any case, at most for as long as your profile is active. For reasons of security, we will use log data to check use of the account and, if you are inactive for over 24 months, you will be contacted to check if you are still interested in keeping your account and you will be told the methods for indicating this interest. If there is no activity over the following 30 days, your account will be deleted;

(ii) in order to manage and respond to your requests relating to products and initiatives of the various Barilla Group brands, advertising or the Website (“Contact us” section of the Website), your Personal Data will be kept for the time strictly necessary to fulfil your request;

(iii) for marketing activities, i.e. marketing communications, also via e-mail, text message, push notification and telephone calls with an operator concerning sending of promotional and advertising material on any Barilla Group brand, the performance of market research and to agree on a “door-to-door” presentation, free of charge and with no purchase commitment, of the productsmarketed on the website, your Personal Data, excluding contact details, will be kept for a maximum period of 36 months;

(iv) for sending of newsletters, your Personal Data, excluding contact details, will be kept for a maximum period of 36 months.

(v) for management and fulfilment of legal obligations (accounting, administrative, tax obligations, etc.), your Personal Data will be kept for the time strictly necessary for said purpose;

(vi) for management of any complaints and disputes, your Personal Data will be stored for the period strictly necessary for this purpose and, in any case, not beyond the applicable time limits.

The recipients of your Personal Data

Your Personal Data may be communicated to and processed by:
(i) legal or natural persons who act as external processors, performing activity in outsourcing, appointed by Barilla or by the external processors or Barilla (including parties assigned to perform assistance, communication, marketing, advertising, promotion and sale of products and/or services and also advertisers, advertising agencies, suppliers of IT services, Website operators, electronic platform operators, partners, credit institutions, professional consultancy firms);

(ii) employees and/or collaborators of the Controller (including system administrators), who operate under its direct authority, who will be authorised to process your Personal Data; and

(iii) employees and/or collaborators of the external processors (including system administrators), who operate under the direct authority of the external processors and will be authorised to process your Personal Data.

Your Personal Data will not be communicated to third parties, except when communicated by Barilla to consultants in order to protect its rights, nor disclosed.


Minors

The Website does not contain any information intended directly for minors. Minors under 16 years of age must not provide information or personal data to Barilla via the Website.

Identity and contact details of the processors



A complete list of the Personal Data processors may be consulted by contacting the Controller at the addressed indicated in the section “Identity and contact details of the Controller”.

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Contact details of the Data Protection Officer (or “DPO”)

The contact details of the Data Protection Officer appointed by the Controller are : 01-BARILLA G. e R. Fratelli – Società per Azioni

Your rights in relation to processing of your Personal Data

As the data subject, you are granted numerous rights by the Privacy Regulation. In detail, you are entitled to:

  • obtain from the Controller confirmation of whether or not your Personal Data exists, even if not registered, and its disclosure in intelligible form, and also access to your Personal Data (by obtaining a copy) and the related information (including the purposes of processing, the categories and origin of the Personal Data, the categories of recipients to whom it has been or could be disclosed, the retention period (when possible), the rights which may be exercised);
  • obtain from the Controller the rectification of your Personal Data and supplementing of any incomplete Personal Data;
  • delete your profile on the Website and, in any case, obtain from the Controller the erasure of your Personal Data without undue delay, including when the Personal Data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it has been processed or the legal basis for processing no longer exists;
  • obtain from the Controller the conversion into anonymous form or blocking of your Personal Data if it is processed illegally, including data which it is not necessary to store, in relation to the purposes for which the Personal Data was collected or subsequently processed;
  • obtain from the Controller the limitation of processing of your Personal Data, also when you dispute its accuracy or object to processing, for the period necessary for the respective checks to be performed;
  • receive your Personal Data in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format, and also transmit or, if technically feasible, obtain transmission of your Personal Data to another controller without impediments, in cases in which processing is carried out by automated means and is based on your consent or when necessary for execution of a contract to which you are a party;
  • withdraw consent to processing of your Personal Data for any of the purposes for which it has been provided.
You may exercise your rights with Barilla by accessing the “Contact us” section of the Website or sending an e-mail to ….. or by sending a letter by ordinary mail to Barilla, to the address indicated in the section “Identity and contact details of the Controller”.

Furthermore, if you believe that processing of your Personal Data breaches the Privacy Regulation, you may lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Supervisory Authority in the State in which you reside, where your workplace is located or in which the presumed breach has occurred, or contact said Authority to request information on exercising of your rights under the Privacy Regulation.

The right to object to processing of your Personal Data

At any moment and for reasons linked to your own specific situation, you are entitled to object to processing of your Personal Data which is based on a legitimate interest pursued by the Controller or by third parties. In this case, the Controller abstains from further processing of your Personal Data unless it demonstrates the existence of legitimate and binding reasons which prevail over your interests, rights or freedoms or processing is necessary to ascertain, exercise or protect a legal right.

You can withdraw your consent to processing for marketing purposes and also object to processing of your Personal Data, by accessing the “Contact us” section of the Website or by sending an e-mail to: 01-BARILLA G. e R. Fratelli – Società per Azioni.

If you object to processing of your Personal Data for direct marketing, the Controller will no longer be able to process it for said purposes.

PRIVACY POLICY - COOKIES

Cookies are texts strings which act as computer markers sent by a server (the Website service in this case) to the user's device (normally an Internet browser) when the user accesses a given page of a website. Cookies, which may also be set by different websites to the one the user is visiting (“third party cookies”), are automatically stored by the browser and retransmitted to the server which generated them each time the user accesses the same web page. In this manner, for example, cookies facilitate access to several web pages in order to improve the user's browsing (or allow storage of pages visited or other specific information, such as the most frequently consulted pages, connection errors, etc.), or allow profiling. For easy and complete use of a website, the user should therefore configure their browser to accept these cookies.

Browsers are often set to accept cookies automatically. However, users can change the pre-set configuration, to disable or delete cookies (each time or once and for all), although this could prevent optimal use of certain areas of the website. It is also possible to check the cookies modes and types stored on your browser by changing its cookie settings.

Characteristics and purposes of cookies



Our Website uses the following categories of cookies, which may belong to Barilla or to third parties:

  • I. Technical and functionality cookies:
    a) Technical cookie:

    These cookies assist you in browsing the Website and using its functions. Technical cookies include what are called "strictly necessary" cookies, which enable functions without which the Website cannot be used in full, or “performance cookies”, which improve the Website functions.
  • b) Functionality cookies:
    These cookies allow the Website to remember your choices (such as the language or your geographic location) and propose them again on subsequent accesses,in order to provide better and customised services (they can be used to propose similar contents to those you have requested in the past, for instance).
  • II. Profiling cookies:
    These cookies are used to send advertising messages and services in line with the preferences you have shown.
  • In particular, they are used to offer you advertising and services potentially reflecting your interests, and also to create individual profiles based on your tastes, preferences and consumption choices, as detected during browsing of the Website or by comparison of your activities via the browser. They are used, for example, to limit the number of times a given advert is shown, or to understand how effective an advertising campaign is from the frequency of views of the relative advert.

Description of the methods of consenting to installation of cookies



On your first access to the Website, you will see a banner with brief information containing the link to this extended policy, where you will find further information on the cookies installed by the Controller and by third parties. This extended policy contains more detailed information on the description and characteristics of the various types of cookie and also allows you to decided independently which cookies you want to authorise.

Your consent is not required for the use of technical and analytical cookies. However, you can disable them using the procedure described in the paragraph “How to enable and disable cookies in your browser”.

Your consent is required for the use of profiling cooking, which are used to send you adverts and services in line with your tastes, preferences and consumption choices.

By browsing the Website, you consent to use of cookies, including profiling cookies. However, you can edit your cookies preferences at any time, also denying consent to use of any cookie (including cookies installed by third parties) in the table below.

The table below describes the cookies sent to your browser when you access the Website. The table is revised up to […..]; any subsequent reviews will always be published on this page.

Barilla cookies

  • Technical Gigya Cookie with expiration time extended until manual cookie deletion.

Analytics Cookie

  • Google Analytics.

Third-party cookies

  • Cookie Doubleclick
  • Cookie NeoData
  • Cookie Facebook
Links are provided below to the documents and consent forms of third parties who are independent controllers, through which you can obtain more information and manage and disable said cookies.

Google Analytics



This Website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service supplied by Google, Inc. ("Google"). Google Analytics uses cookies, i.e. text files which are stored on your computer to allow analysis of how you use the Website. The information generated by cookies on your use of the Website will be transmitted to a Google server, where it will be stored. Google will then use this information to analyse your use of the Website, to prepare reports on the Website and to provide further information to the Website operator on use of the Website and use of the Internet. Google will not associate the IP address transmitted by your browser in Google Analytics with any other data possessed by Google. You can prevent storage of the cookies by editing your browser's software settings, but this could result in the Website functions being less personalised in terms of your preferences. You can obtain more information on the data created by Google Analytics at: https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/6004245; you can also prevent Google from recording the data produced by the cookies and relating to your use of the Website (including your IP address) and also from processing said data, by downloading and installing the plug-in of the browser available at the following link: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it. By using the Website, you consent to Google processing your data, as the independent controller, with the methods and for the purposes indicated in the Google privacy policy relating to Google Analytics, which is accessible at the following link: https://www.google.com/intl/it/policies/privacy/partners/.

How to enable and disable cookies in your browser:



You can stop your browser from accepting cookies. However, this could make access to certain functions of pages of the Website more difficult or impossible.

The methods provided by the main browsers to block acceptance of cookies are show below:

Internet Explorer

Firefox

Chrome

Safari

Further methods for disabling analytical and profiling cookies:

In addition to disabling and/or deleting cookies through your browser settings, you can also disable and/or delete individual analytical and profiling cookies by accessing the following websites:
  • https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it to disable Google Analytics
  • Cookie di Doubleclick: visitate https://adssettings.google.com/authenticated per la cancellazione dei cookies erogati dalla piattaforma di Doubleclick.
  • www.youronlinechoices.eu, a website managed by the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA), for deletion of other cookies for users located in the European Union,
  • http://www.aboutads.info/choises/, for deletion of other cookies for users located in the United States of America. These websites are not managed by the Controller, who therefore accepts no liability in relation to the respective contents.