Privacy Policy

Thank you for visiting the website (hereinafter “Service”). We make every effort to make using the Service convenient and safe for you. This document (“Privacy Policy“) explains our policies regarding cookies used on our Service and regarding personal data of recipients of services available through the Service.

Section I of this Privacy Policy applies to all visitors to the Service. Chapter II applies only to those users who have subscribed to the “Newsletter” via the Service, provided pursuant to separate regulations.


1. What are cookies?

Cookies are IT data, in particular small text files, which are stored on the end device (computer) of the website user during their use of the website and which are subsequently stored there. The next time you visit the site, cookies can be read from your computer and used to customise the site to your preferences and for statistical purposes.

2. Why does the Service use cookies?

We use cookies to ensure the most efficient and convenient functioning of the Service (thanks to them the Service “remembers”, for example, individual users’ settings such as language or font size). We also use these cookies to create anonymous statistics that help us understand how you use the Service, which helps us to develop and optimise it.
The cookies used by the Service are safe for the users’ computers and devices, in particular it is not possible for viruses and other unwanted or malicious software to enter the device with their help.

3. What cookies does the Service use?

We use the following types of cookies:

_utma – a file saved on your computer when you first visit a website. The file contains a unique identification number by which the analytical tool can identify a unique and new user;

_utmb – the _utmb cookie is responsible for storing information about a particular visit;

_utmc – a cookie that works with _utmb to determine whether to start tracking new visits or whether the data collected should be counted as existing visitt;

_utmz – a cookie that contains information about traffic sources. It makes it possible to count, among other things, traffic from search engines;

bd – a cookie that maintains the current session ID between the server on which the website is installed and the user’s hardware through which the user communicates with the server and with the website.

4. How to change your browser’s cookie settings?

By default, web browsers allow cookies to be stored on the user’s terminal equipment. However, you can change these settings at any time, even blocking the storage of cookies altogether. In this case, you will still be able to use the Service, but some features may not function properly. If you do not change your browser settings, you agree to the placing and storing of cookies on your device and to the accessing of cookies by the Service.

Here’s how you can change your settings in the most popular web browsers:

Google Chrome
Click on menu (top right corner), Settings > Show advanced settings. In the “Privacy” section, click the Content Settings button. In the “Cookies” section, you can change the following cookie settings:

– Cookie removal;

– Blocking cookies by default;

– Allowing cookies by default;

– Default retention of cookies and page data until the browser is closed;

– Specifying exceptions for cookies from specific sites or domains.

Internet Explorer 8.0
From the browser menu (top right corner): Tools > Internet Options > Privacy, Websites button. Use the slider to set the level and press OK to confirm.

Mozilla Firefox
From the browser menu: Tools> Options> Privacy. Activate the Firefox box: „use user settings”. You can decide whether to accept cookies by ticking the Accept cookies box.

From the browser menu: Tool> Preferences> Advanced. You can decide whether to accept cookies by ticking the Cookies box.

In the Safari drop-down menu, you need to select Preferences and click the Security icon.
Here you can select the security level under “Accept cookies”.

5. System logs

Irrespective of cookies, every time you visit the Service, it automatically stores information on its servers that is transmitted to us by your web browser. This information is recorded in the form of logs containing:

  • the website from which you enter our site;
  • IP address;
  • date and time of access;
  • the amount of data transmitted;
  • information about the browser and operating system.

This information is used in particular for the management of the Service, the identification of problems with the operation of the servers and their resolution, the analysis of possible breaches of security in the Service, as well as for statistical purposes. This information is not combined with personal data of the Service users.


1. Controller

After subscribing to the “Newsletter” service and agreeing to the processing of personal data, the controller of your data is Zakłady Mięsne “Pekpol Ostrołęka” S.A., registered in the National Court Register under the number 0000029756. In matters concerning personal data, the Controller, who has appointed a Data Protection Officer, can be contacted at the following e-mail address

2. Purposes of data processing

Your data will only be processed for one or more of the following purposes:

  • conclusion and performance of agreements on provision of services by electronic means, under conditions described in the “Newsletter” service regulations;
  • to send messages containing commercial information with your prior and separate consent;
  • the Controller’s marketing;
  • answering questions from users of the Service.

3. The period for which personal data will be stored

Your data will be stored for the time needed to provide the services you have requested. When the purpose of storing the data ceases, it will be deleted, unless we are obliged to store it for a longer period under applicable law.

4. Data subject’s rights

Under the terms of the applicable legislation, anyone who has provided their data to us may request access, rectification, and erasure of their data, and may object to the processing of their personal data free of charge. You will no longer receive the “Newsletter” service after submitting a request for deletion of data or an objection. You can withdraw your consent to the sending of commercial information at any time. After you withdraw your consent to send commercial information, you will no longer receive the “Newsletter” service. You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority. In Poland, the supervisory authority is the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection.

5. Data recipients

We do not pass on your data to any third parties except for entities providing services to us on the basis of separate contracts to which we have entrusted the processing of personal data in accordance with the law.

6. Safety measures

We protect your data from disclosure to unauthorised persons, unauthorised acquisition, unlawful processing and alteration, loss, damage, or destruction. The IT system in which we process data meets the requirements of the Regulation of the Minister of Internal Affairs and Administration of 29 April 2004 on documentation of personal data processing and technical and organisational conditions which should be met by devices and IT systems used for personal data processing (Journal of Laws 2004.100.1024). Personal data is processed considering the principles of accountability, adequacy and reliability.

CHAPTER III Other issues

Changes to the Privacy Policy

We reserve the right to amend this policy if the need or obligation to do so arises from further developments, technological progress, or changes in relevant legislation. In such a case, information about the changes and the new text of the Policy will be made immediately available on the Service.

I agree to the processing of personal data by Zakłady Mięsne “Pekpol Ostrołęka” S.A. with its registered office in Ławy, ul. Przemysłowa 31, 07-410 Ostrołęka.

We would like to inform you that your personal data is processed to the extent provided in the contact form in order to provide you with a response to your message. Providing data is voluntary.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority if you consider that the processing of your personal data violates the law. To exercise these rights, please contact