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Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file, typically of letters and numbers, downloaded on to a device when you access certain websites.

Cookies do not directly identify you but allow a website to recognise a user’s device – identifying you ‘pseudomously’ online - by for example, obtaining your IP address or the operating system of your device.

Consequently cookies are used by many websites to track visitor behaviour information.

Why do we collect and use cookies?

We collect cookies because they enable us to track how people are using our website and therefore they help us to improve its functionality.

For example, because cookies allow us to distinguish you from other users of the website they can track information, such as repeat visits, which helps us to provide you with a good experience when you browse our website. They also allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around our site when they’re using it.

We also use cookies to serve you our health campaign advertisements on social media sites (e.g. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram). As cookies record your visit to our website and track the pages you have visited, this enables us to identify which subjects and topics you are most interested in and target adverts accordingly.

The information may also be used for frequency capping purposes (e.g. to ensure we do not display the same advertisement to you repeatedly) and to help us regulate the advertisements you receive and measure their effectiveness.

Our use of targeting cookies includes:

For further details about our media agencies and how we store personal information please see our privacy statement.

Do we share cookies?

Our advertisements and campaigns per se are managed by our approved media agencies, *Gardiner Richardson and Robson Brown, so we will share with them your online identifier information, obtained through cookies.

Also by way of us using social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook to disseminate our health campaigns and provide services, these organisations may also obtain this information from you. If you’d like further details on how cookies share information with social media sites, please read the social media organisations own privacy and Cookies Policy.

However, we will not share this information to any other third party companies or advertising agencies.

Can you remove cookies?

Cookies are only placed on your computer, if you have agreed to this.

In the case of our website, you can agree or disagree to allowing cookies through the cookies notification which pops up when accessing our website; asking you to choose if you’d like to either ‘opt-in’ or ‘opt-out’ to cookies.

You can also choose to set your web browser to restrict or block the cookies which are set by our website, or indeed any other website, through your browser settings. To find out more about your browser settings, visit the relevant support page below:

However, if cookies are refused, this may interfere with ability to use the site.

Queries

For any queries about this cookies statement or Fresh/Balance please contact us:

Fresh and Balance
Salvus House
Aykley Heads
Durham
DH1 5TS
E: info@fresh-balance.co.uk
T: 0191 333 7154

*Gardiner Richardson and Robson Brown are approved and contracted media agencies to Fresh and Balance. These organisations provide media and campaigns services on our behalf and in doing so, we will share data with them in order for us to carry out our business and provide services. However, we will only do so with your consent.