Privacy Statement and Cookies

Privacy Policy

When you use this site, your browser leaves electronic traces and information (cookies). We use this information to improve the content of the websites, as well as receive information that allows us to process your orders when filling out the order form for ordering goods. We cannot recognize you as a person with information you do not choose to leave. All personal data is processed in accordance with the Personal Data Act. If you have any questions about how your personalia is treated, you can contact us by email here.

 

Cookies / Cookie
Aminoblue.no uses cookies. A cookie is a small text file / cookie stored by your browser. This information can be used for example to see how long you stay on our site. By using Aminoblue.no you agree that we can set cookies in your browser. No information that identifies you as a user is stored.

Cookies allow us to understand the behavior of users on our site so that we can improve the user experience. Cookies can only store text, which is always anonymous, and is usually encrypted. All browsers allow you to restrict cookie behavior or disable them using your browser settings. The browser also allows you to review the cookies stored on your computer and to delete individual cookies or to remove them all.

Google Analytics
Web analytics cookies collect information about how visitors use the site, what site the user clicks in from, the number of times the user has visited the site and how long the user browses the site. This information does not contain user-specific details, and the sum of information is used for web statistics.

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Deviation Status
Cookies are used to remember whether the user has read a nonconformity message so that it will not be displayed repeatedly. The time for minifying / closing the deviation message is saved so that it can be displayed again when changed. This information is not collected by Seafood Home.

Warning: People with allergies to seafood must exercise caution. If in doubt, contact your GP.