Your Secure Data

There are data protection regulations in both Europe and Spain, which are designed to protect your personal information, which is obligatory that our company follows.

It is therefore very important to us that you are perfectly aware regarding what we will do with the personal data that we ask you for.

In this way, we will be transparent and will give you control over your personal data, in simple language and with clear options that will allow you to decide what we do with your personal data.

Please, once you have read the information laid out here, should you have any further questions, do not hesitate to ask us.

Many thanks for your collaboration.


  • Who are we?
  •  Our Company Tax number: B91480491
  • Our main business: THE MEAT INDUSTRY
  •  Our address: Avda. El Aljarafe 29, CP 41840, Pilas (Sevilla), Spain
  • Our telephone number: (+34) 955752521
  •  Our email address:
  • Our website:
  • For your confidence and security, we would like to inform you that we are a business, underwritten in the following Merchant’s Register / Public Register:


  • Our principal business is subject to a system of administrative authorisation. To ensure your confidence and security, we are providing you with the data relating to that authorisation and the identifying details of the official body responsible for our supervision:

Administrative authorization:

Official body responsible for our supervision:



  •  Those responsible for this website have a regulated business, for which the following information is provided:

Professional College to which they belong:

Official or academic title:

European State in which this title was awarded:

Professional Regulations, applicable when carrying out the profession:



We are available for any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


  • What will we use your data for?

As a general rule, your personal data will be used to ensure we can interact with you and be able to offer you our services.

In the same way, it could also be used for other activities, such as mailing you marketing material or promoting our business. 


  •  Why do we need to use your data?

Your personal data is necessary for us to be able to interact with you and be able to offer you our services. In this sense, several check boxes will be available to you, which will permit you to decide, in a clear and unequivocal manner, the use that will be made of your personal data. 


  •  Who will have access to the information that we ask for?

As a general rule, only the personnel from our company, who are specifically authorised, will be able to gain access to the information we ask you to supply.

In the same way, those bodies that need to have access to it in order for us to be able to provide you with our services, will also have access to your personal information. Thus, for example, our bank will have access to your data if you pay for our services using a credit card or bank transfer.

Along similar lines, those public or private entities to whom we are obliged to supply your personal data in order to comply with a law, will have access to your personal data. As an example, the Finance Law obliges us to make available to the Tax Agency specific information with regards to financial operations that exceed a specific sum.

Should it happen that, aside from the circumstances previously mentioned, we have to make your personal information available to other bodies, we will ask for your prior permission by means of clear options that will enable you to make the decision in that respect.


  •  How will your data be protected?

Your data will be protected by the use of effective security measures which will depend on the risks attached to our use of your information.

To do this, our Company has approved a Data Protection Policy and carries out annual checks and audits to verify that your personal data is secure at all times.


  •  Is your data sent to other countries?

There are some countries in the world that are secure for your data, and others that are less so.  Thus, for example, the European Union is a secure environment for your data. Our policy is not to send any personal information to any other country that is not considered to be secure from the data protection point of view.

Should it happen that, in order to offer you the service, sending your data to a country that is not as secure as Spain was unavoidable, we will always ask for your prior permission and we will apply effective security measures that will reduce the risks attached to sending your personal information to another country.


  •  How long will your data be kept for?

We will keep your data for the period of our relationship, and the time required by law. Once these legally applicable time periods have concluded, your data will be eliminated in a secure way that respects the environment.


  •  ¿What are your rights under the data protection law?

You can, at any time, contact us to learn what information we have about you, rectify this should it be found to be incorrect and eliminate it, once our relationship has come to an end, provided that this is legally possible.

You also have the right to request that your information be passed on to another entity. This right is called “portability” and could be useful in certain situations.

To request any of these rights, you must send a written request to our management, along with a photocopy of your Identity card, so that we are able to identify you.

There are specific forms available in the company’s offices, which can be used to request these rights and we will be happy to help you to complete them.

To learn more about your rights regarding data protection, please consult the website of the Spanish Data Protection Agency (


  •  Can you withdraw your consent sometime in the future should you change your mind?

You may withdraw your consent, at any time, should you change your mind regarding the use of your data.

Therefore, for example, if you, at some time, were interested in receiving publicity regarding our products or services, but you now do not wish to receive any more publicity, you can let us know using the treatment opposition form that is available in our offices.


  •  Should you learn that your rights have been infringed, where can you make a claim?

In any case in which you learn that your rights have been infringed by our Company, you can formulate a claim in the Spanish Data Protection Agency, via one of the following means:

  • Website:
  • Mailing address:

Agencia Española de Protección de Datos
C/ Jorge Juan, 6
28001-Madrid, Spain

  • Telephone:

Telf. +34 901 100 099

Telf. +34 91 266 35 17

Placing a claim via the Spanish Data Protection Agency does not incur any cost and does not require attendance by a solicitor or procurator.


  •  Will we build a profile about you?

Our policy is to never build profiles about the users of our services.

Nevertheless, there may be situations in which, in order to offer you the service, commercial or of any other type, we need to build a profile about you. An example of this would be the use of your purchasing history or use of our services in order to offer you products and services suited to your taste or needs.

I such a case, we would apply effective security measures that would protect your information at all times from anyone unauthorised  who might wish to use it to their own benefit.


  • Will we use your data for other purposes?

Our policy is to never use your data for other purposes than those that have been explained. Nevertheless, should we need to use your data for other purposes, we will always ask you for your permission in advance, by means of clear options that will allow you to decide.