The Food Foundation’s Privacy Policy*

*Please note this Policy may change, please check the website regularly to ensure you are happy with our conditions and practices.

At the Food Foundation, we take your privacy seriously and will only use your personal information to provide communications about news and projects relevant to you. We endeavour to be fully compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by May 2018.

Any questions regarding this Policy or our privacy practices or requests to remove your information from our database should be directed to office@foodfoundation.org.uk

How do we obtain your information?

Like many site providers, we obtain certain Log Data when you use our website, including your location, browser used and time spent on each page. This information does not however include your name, email address or phone number or any other personal information, unless you have specifically requested to receive our newsletter.

If you sign up to receive our Newsletter, either on our website or via email, we ask for your name, email address, job title and company name. This data will then go directly into our database and is not stored by our website provider.

Where is your information stored?

Our database provider Agile CRM Inc hosts its data on Google & Amazon cloud servers located within the United States. Both Google & Amazon are committed that all their servers will comply with European data protection law by May 2018.

  1. Google https://www.google.com/cloud/security/gdpr/
  2. Amazon https://aws.amazon.com/compliance/gdpr-center/

How is your information used?

If you have agreed to receive our newsletter, we may occasionally send you tailored newsletters specific to your company or job title background. Who has access to your information? Just us. We will not sell or rent your information to third parties for any purpose. Your rights You have the right to withdraw your information from our mailing list at any time, to do this, please email office@foodfoundation.org.uk

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