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Welcome to the Amadori websites. Please read this page carefully. This policy, together with Privacy and Legal notes, illustrates some management rules of the Amadori websites also regarding the use of user information. The following applies to the Corporate site and to all mini-websites attributable to Amadori products, promotions and competitions.
All Amadori Group websites are controlled and managed by Gesco Società Cooperativa Agricola, Via del Rio 400, 47522 San Vittore di Cesena (FC), hereinafter also referred to as 'Site Manager' or 'Amadori' or 'Data Controller'.
What Tracking Tools Are
For simplicity, in this document these technologies are briefly defined as 'Tracking Tools', unless there is reason to differentiate. For example, although Cookies can be used in both web and mobile browsers, it would be inappropriate to speak of Cookies in the context of applications for mobile devices, since these are Trackers that require a browser. For this reason, within this document the term Cookie is used only to specifically indicate that type of Tracking Tool.
A Tracking Tool therefore means any technology – e.g. Cookies, unique identifiers, web beacons, embedded scripts, e-tags and fingerprinting – which allows users to be tracked, for example by collecting or saving information on the User's device.
Cookies are Tracking Tools that comprise small portions of data stored in the User's browser.
Some of the purposes for which Tracking Tools are used may also require your consent. If consent is given, it can be freely revoked at any time by following the instructions in this document.
If you are interested in learning more about cookies and Tracking Tools in general, visit
In general, Tracking Tools can be used for various reasons, for example, to monitor visitors' use of the website, improve page navigation, to allow you to set personal preferences on the websites you are visiting, to protect security of the user, to present advertising messages based on the interests of visitors.
What types of Cookies and Trackers we use and for what Purposes
In general and according to common terminology, cookies and Tracking Tools can have different characteristics allowing their classification based on:
- the length of time they remain on the user's device: in this case we are talking about cookies and/or tracking tools session/temporary or persistent cookies and/or tracking tools;
- origin: in this case we are talking about first-party cookies and/or tracking tools (sent to the browser directly from the website you are visiting) or cookies and/or Third-party Tracking Tools (sent to the browser from other websites and not from the website you are visiting);
- the purpose: in this case, we are talking about technical cookies, Measurement Tracking Tools and Targeting and Advertising.
Following this classification, the same Tracking Tool may also have all these characteristics together, therefore, for example, be a Tracking Tool with a persistent duration, coming from a third party and for measurement purposes.
Length of stay
Session/temporary tracking tools: these are not stored permanently but are only limited to the duration of the browsing session. This means that they are automatically deleted from the user's device once he has left the website and closed the browser.
Permanent Tracking Tools: they are stored on the user's device until the user deletes them or until they reached their expiration date if pre-set. They are therefore not automatically deleted from the user's device when he leaves the website.
First-party tracking tools: tracking tools released by the website currently visited; the website is the one corresponding to the address entered by the user (website displayed in the URL window).
Third-party tracking tools: tracking tools released by a website other than the one visited by the user.
1) Strictly necessary (technical) cookies
These are commonly called 'technical' cookies or other similar tracking tools for carrying out activities that are strictly necessary to guarantee the functioning or provision of the Service.
For their use and for the processing of personal data connected to them, your consent is not necessary, by virtue of current legislation.
: tracking tools for measuring traffic and analysing user behaviour aiming to improve the Service.
3) Targeting and Advertising
To learn more about behavioural advertising and online privacy in general, you can visit http://www.youronlinechoices.com
First party tracking tools list
|__cfruid||.amadori.it||Session||Associated with websites using CloudFlare, used to identify trusted web traffic.|
|_dc_gtm_UA-25941433-1||.amadori.it||1 minute||Associated with websites that use Google Tag Manager to load other scripts and code into a page. Where it is used, it may be considered strictly necessary since without it, other scripts may not work properly. The end of the name is a unique number which is also an identifier for an associated Google Analytics account.|
|__cf_bm||.amadori.it||30 minutes||Used to distinguish between humans and bots. This is beneficial for the website, to make valid reports on the use of its website.|
|__cf_bm||.hubspot.com||30 minutes||Used to distinguish between humans and bots. This is beneficial for the website, to make valid reports on the use of its website.|
|.iubenda.com||1 year||Collects and saves user preferences regarding the processing of personal data.|
|Measurement||__hstc||.amadori.it||6 months||Associated with websites built on the HubSpot platform. They report it as being used for website analysis.|
|Measurement||__hssrc||.amadori.it||Session||Associated with websites built on the HubSpot platform. They report it as being used for website analysis.|
|Measurement||_ga_#||.amadori.it||2 years||Used by Google Analytics to maintain session state.|
|Measurement||_gid||.amadori.it||1 day||Set by Google Analytics. Stores and updates a unique value for each page visited and is used to count and track page views.|
|Measurement||__hssc||.amadori.it||30 minutes||Associated with websites built on the HubSpot platform. They report it as being used for website analysis.|
|.amadori.it||30 minutes||Contains current session data. It follows that subsequent requests within the session window will be attributed to the same Hotjar session.|
|.amadori.it||1 year||Set when a user first lands on a page with the Hotjar script. It is used to hold the Hotjar user ID unique to that site on the browser. This ensures that behaviour on subsequent visits to the same site will be attributed to the same user ID.|
|Measurement||_hjAbsoluteSessionInProgress||.amadori.it||30 minutes||Set so that Hotjar can track the start of the user's visit for a total session count. It does not contain identifiable information.|
|Measurement||_hjIncludedInSessionSample||.amadori.it||2 minutes||Set to let Hotjar know if that visitor is included in the data sampling defined by your site's daily session limit|
|Measurement||_hjFirstSeen||.amadori.it||30 minutes||Set so that Hotjar can track the start of the user's visit for a total session count. It does not contain identifiable information.|
|Measurement||hubspotutk||.amadori.it||6 months||Associated with websites built on the HubSpot platform. HubSpot reports that its purpose is user authentication. As persistent rather than session cookie, it cannot be classified as strictly necessary.|
Third-party Cookie list
|Targeting and advertising||_fbp||
|3 months||Used by Facebook to deliver a variety of advertising products such as real-time bidding from third party advertisers|
|Targeting and advertising||
|3 months||Used by Google AdSense to test the efficiency of advertising on websites using their services|
|Targeting and advertising||IDE||.doubleclick.net||1 year||Set by Doubleclick and provides information about how the end user uses the website and any advertising that the end user may have seen before visiting the website.|
*The completeness of the list of cookies and/or third-party Tracking Tools is also the responsibility of the third party.
The installation of tracking tools belonging to third parties, as well as any other activity related to such tracking tools, including the collection and processing of information, is the responsibility of such third parties. If you would like to know more about these tracking tools and the third parties that can access the information collected or how to activate or deactivate them, you can read the cookie policies of these third parties by clicking on one of the following links:
- Facebook: [https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/]
- Google AdSense: [http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies/]
- Google Doubleclick: [http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/cookies/]
Provision of consent
There are various ways to manage preferences relating to Tracking Tools and to give or withdraw consent.
In relation to the use of the Measurement Tracking and Targeting and Advertising Tools as described in the paragraph 'Purposes' and for the processing of personal data connected to them, your consent is required, pursuant to current legislation.
How to manage or delete cookies and Tracking Tools
Thanks to specific browser or device functions, it is also possible to remove previously saved Tracking Tools.
Other Tracking Tools present in the browser's local memory can be removed by deleting the browsing history.
If you use different devices to view and access the websites (for example, computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.), you will need to ensure that each browser on each device is adjusted to reflect the preferences expressed regarding cookies and tracking tools.
By clicking on the links below, however, it is possible to access the specific instructions for the management of Tracking Tools through some of the main web browsers.
Microsoft Windows Explorer
If you don't use any of the browsers listed above, you can, in any case, select the 'cookie' item in the relevant section of your browser's guide to find out where the folder for managing them is located.
Date of Last Update: 19/12/2022 (Version 2.0)