Mywebcatering - Cookies Policy


Last update 23/07/2018

MyWebCatering - Cookies Policy

General Memoranda about Cookies


We use cookies to make our web site easier and more intuitive. Cookies are small portions of data, which allow us to compare the new visitors with the old ones in order to understand how users navigate through our site. We then use those data collected thanks to cookies, in order to make navigation nicer and more efficient in the future.

Cookies don’t register any personal information about a user and his eventual identifying data will not be memorised. If you want to disabilitate the use of cookies it’s necessary to personalise the settings in your computer, choosing to eliminate all the cookies or starting an advice message when they are memorised. If you want to proceed without modifying the cookies application, you just need to continue to navigate.

For further information about cookies and how they influence your navigation experience visit

The types of Coolies we use

Essential Cookies

These cookies are necessary in order to permit the user to move in the web site and fully take advantage of its characteristics, such us for example to access to the various protected areas. Without these cookies you cannot dispose on essential services such as filling in a form for a competition.

Performance Cookies

These cookies collect information about how the users use a web site, for ex. which are the most visited pages or if you’ve received error messages from web pages. These cookies don’t collect information which may identify a visitor. All the information collected through them are gathered together and therefore are anonymous. They are used only to improve the functioning of the web site.

Using our site, the user accepts that those cookies may be installed on his own device.

Functionality Cookies

They enable the site to remind the user about his choices (such us name, language or provenience) and supply personalised advanced functionality. These cookies can  also be used to remind about the changes made in the text dimension, font and other parts of web sites possible to personalise. They can also be used to supply services which you’ve requested such as watching videos or comments on a blog. The information collected from these types of cookies can be made anonymous and unable to monitor your navigation activity on other web sites.

Using our site, the user accepts that those cookies can be installed on his device.

Third Party Cookies

Third Party Cookies are cookies coming from a different web site from the one you’re actually visiting. For example, the site could contain a button “Like” of FB. That button will start a cookie which can be read from FB. This is considered as Third Party Cookie.

Some advertisers use these types of cookies in order to keep track of the user’s visits on all sites where they offer their own services. If a user worries about his privacy, he can disable third party cookies in Firefox or in other browsers.


  1. Enabling third party cookies can in some cases prevent the advertisers to retrace you. For further info go to :
  2. For further information about traceability of the activities on behalf of advertisers, about the use of third party cookies present on this site and about their privacy policies go to the links of the single owners.
  3. The web sites may use third party cookies for tasks not necessarily linked to privacy and their enablement can interfere with the correct use of those sites.


How to manage cookies

If you want to manage cookies directly and decide if allow their use or not from the site, please follow the passages explained below, having a mere informative meaning and therefore they can be modified and updated by the owners.


Google Chrome

  1. Click on “Instruments” on the above part of the browser window and select “Options”.
  2. Click on the card “Advance Settings”, select the section “Privacy” and then click on “Settings Text”.
  3. Then select “Allow local data to set”. In this section it will be possible to set, cancel and manage the cookies.


Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

  1. Click on “Instruments” on the upper part of the browser window and select “Options”.
  2. To activate the cookies in your browser, be sure that the privacy level is set on Medium or below.
  3. By setting the privacy level higher than Medium you’ll disattivate the use of cookies.


Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on “Explore” in the upper part of the browser window and select the option “Preferences”.
  2. Go to the bottom till you find “Cookie” in the section Files Received.
  3. Select the option “Don’t ask”.       



  1. Click on the icon Cog in the upper part of the browser window and select the option “Preferences”.
  2. Click on “Protection”, select the option “Block third party and cookies for advertisements”.
  3. Click on “Save”.

How to handle cookies on Mac

If you want to allow cookies from our website, please follow all the passages as reported below:


Microsoft Internet Explorer on Mac

  1. Click on “Explore” in the upper part of the browser window and select the option “Preferences”.
  2. Go to the bottom till you find “Cookie” in the section Files Received.
  3. Select the option “Don’t ask”.       


Safari on OSX

  1. Click on “Safari” in the upper part of the browser window and select  the option “Preferences”.
  2. Click on “Security” and then accept the cookies.
  3. Select “Just from the site”.


Mozilla and Netscape on OSX

  1. Click on “Mozilla” or “Netscape” in the upper part of the browser window and select “Settings”.
  2. Go to the bottom till you find  the cookies in “Privacy and Security”.
  3. Select “Allow the cookies just for the site of origin”.



  1. Click on “Menu” in the upper part of the browser window and select “Settings”.
  2. Then select “Preferences”, select the card “Advanced”.
  3. Then select the option “Accept the cookies”.


Google Analytics

This web site uses Google Analytics, an analysis service supplied by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses some “cookies”, which are text files deposited on your pc to allow the web site to analyse how the users use the site itself. The information generated from the cookies (included your anonymous IP address) will be transmitted and deposited by Google servers in the US. Google will use those information in order to examine your use of the web site, to file reports about the site activities for the same site users and to supply with other services related to the activities of the web site and the use of internet. Google can also transfer those information to third party when this is provided by law or when that third party works for Google. Google will not associate your IP to any other data in its possess. You can refuse to use the cookies, by selecting the proper setting on your browser, but please note that if you do it, you may not be able to use all the functionalities of this web site. Using this web site, you will allow the treatment of your personal data on behalf of Google for the tasks and manners above mentioned.

You can prevent Google to give notice of a cookie you’ve generated because of or connected to your use of this web site (included your IP address) and the data processing, by downloading and installing in your browser this plugin:

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