Cookies Policy

This site is operated by SC EXPRESS CATERING SRL, and hosted on a server owned by DIGITALOCEAN ™ INC..

Please read this cookies privacy policy carefully before using this web site. Here we explain how we process your personal data and how we use cookies. Use of this web site implies that you accept this policy. If you do not agree with the contents of this policy, do not use this web site.

SC EXPRESS CATERING SRL, web site does not collect or process any personal data, except the information collected by cookies as explained below, in the privacy policy of cookies.

This web site contains links to other sites partners / suppliers / or other web sites.
When you access another website or link to a third party, you must keep in mind that these web sites have their own privacy policies. Please check their cookies privacy policies when using these web sites.
SC EXPRESS CATERING SRL assumes no liability or responsibility for third party web sites.

To optimize the web site’s system performance and provide useful information about the services / our products, we collect and store information in log files on your computer/ devices (mobile phone, tablet, etc. .), under the agreement that you have given us.

This information includes:

  • The type of browser used or language settings
  • IP address
  • OS
  • Internet service provider
  • Regional settings on the date / time.

Using this information we can efficiently manage the web site and find out valuable information about user behavior, thus analyzing the needs of each user, then meet him with offers, personalized services, specially picked for him.

Use of non-personal information along with personal data is considered personal data while they are combined.

When personal data is processed, you have the following rights in conformity with the applicable legislation: the right to the information, access to data, the right to have the data, the right of opposition and the right not to be subjected to an individual decision.

This web site, e-mail, online services, advertisements and interactive applications may use “cookies” for optimizing our services.

What is a “cookie”?
A cookie is a small file, normally consisting of letters and numbers, sent by the server to a web browser and then sent back unchanged by the browser each time it accesses that server.

The main purpose of cookies is to track user behavior, being used for authentication, providing users with personalized web pages, ease of accessing / surfing the web.

What kind of cookies are used on this site?
Browsers can use two types of cookies on this web site:
Session Cookies: Cookies that are temporarily stored in the cookies folder of your browser until your browsing session ends.
Persistent Cookies: Cookies that do not expire after closing the browser, but remain in your computer for a longer period.

This web site contains web indicators (Also known as “pixel tags”).
A web indicator is a graphical image or mostly transparent, usually no more than 1 pixel x 1 pixel that is placed on a website or in an e-mail and is used to monitor the online behavior of when the user accesses a web site or when sending an e-mail. Indicators are web technologies used by a third party on this site are those of Google Analitycs to monitor user activity on our web site. It also allows you to locate the computer that has accessed a particular site, when and where (at the country / city).

You may accept or reject all cookies from sites you visit by changing the settings in your browser.

Some examples depending on the browser you use:


  1. Enter the Tools (Tools) and then Internet Options (Internet Options)
  2. In the Privacy tab (Privacy)
  3. use the slider to select the setting you want.


  1. Click on the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar and select Settings
  2. Click the Show advanced settings
  3. In “Privacy” section, click Content settings button.
  4. In the “Cookies”, you can change the settings for cookies:
    • Delete cookies
    • Blocking pre cookies
    • Allowing pre cookies
    • Keeping the pre cookies and data sites to close your browser
    • Make exceptions for cookies from specific websites or domains

Note: Cookies are enabled by default in Firefox
To check or change the settings:

  1. At the top of the Firefox window, click the Edit menu and select Preferences
  2. Select the Privacy panel.
  3. Set Firefox will: to Use custom settings for history option.
  4. Check the box Accept cookies from sites for enabling cookies and uncheck it to disable them.

For other Internet browsers please consult their instructions to learn more about how you can modify your browser settings or how to delete cookies.

We wish to inform you that the option of disabling cookies may minimize certain features and functionality of the web site.

If you want to block third party cookies (or you change your mind later) you can make those choices by accessing the following link: