Privacy Policy

At Pure Food Stuff, we take your privacy seriously. We do not sell or buy anything through this site, so we will not collect personal information like credit cards, bank accounts and etc. We have a standard Privacy Policy, which is a formal legal requirement to protect a visitor’s, customer’s or client’s privacy. Read on to see what our privacy policy entails.

About Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data that make your interaction with this Web site faster and more personal. Since they are text files, cookies cannot read, access or use information stored on your hard drive. They are not used to run programs or deliver viruses to your computer. They let our site remember your preferences, so it can make your next visit faster and tailored to your needs. Cookies also allow Web Masters to monitor how you use the site. With this information they can improve the site, detect and prevent site misuse or use the gathered information for future advertising purposes.

About Web Beacons

A web beacon, or web bug, tracking bug, page tag, tracking pixel, pixel tag, 1×1 gif, or clear gif, is a technique used to gather information on who’s accessing our site, meaning: their location, browser, time and date and check for preexistent cookies. Since they are used on the web pages directly, you cannot block them.

 Google and Our Privacy Policy

Google, Inc., and its affiliated companies also use cookies. Google mainly gathers information to display ads based on your browsing history. We cannot control how Google, Inc., and its affiliated companies tracks your browsing, since their tracking requirements are subject to their own privacy policy.

How To Protect Your Privacy

The information we gather on Pure Food Stuff cannot tell us the identity of our visitors. We mainly gather information such as IP addresses, timestamps, browser details and referring pages. You can still disable us from reading this information by disabling cookies in your browser. They are typically automatically enabled in your browser setting, so the administrators can collect data about your visit. Declining cookies can hinder the performance of the site and block you from using and accessing all of the site’s services or features.