What are cookies and how do they work?

Cookies are pieces of data stored on your computer by the websites you visit. Cookies are small files that your computer (or other online device, e.g. smartphone or tablet computer) receives and sends when you visit a website. A cookie usually includes an anonymous identification code and does not harm the online device. When you next visit the website, your browser will read the cookie stored on your computer and send the data back to the website. A user cannot be identified with cookies alone.

Why does Valio use cookies in its online service?

Valio uses cookies in its online service. The cookies enable the use of the service and make it more user-friendly. In addition, cookies are used for the analysis, follow-up and development of the use of the service.

Cookies may also be used to produce targeted advertising, communication and content (e.g. after you have visited our online service, so we can show you advertisements for the products you have viewed and other related content on our partners’ websites), and to optimise marketing measures. The data obtained with cookies may also be used in personalisation of the online service.

This online service uses cookies. The user may give their consent to the use of cookies or disable them in their browser settings. Cookies are necessary for some services to function, so Valio cannot guarantee that all services will function if cookies are not enabled. It is important to note that Valio does not process personal details in its cookies, or link cookies to personal details, unless otherwise stipulated by mandatory law.

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