Cookie Policy

Candy Hoover Group S.r.l., with sole shareholder and with registered office in Via Comolli, 16 - 20861 Brugherio (MB), Italy, VAT no./Tax Code and Milan Companies Register no. 04666310158 (hereinafter also “CHG”) is data controller of the data of the users navigating this website (hereinafter the “WEBSITE”). In compliance with European and Italian personal data protection legislation, CHG provides the privacy policy pursuant to Art. 13 in connection with data processing carried out using the cookies present on the website below.


The data controller is Candy Hoover Group S.r.l. with sole shareholder and with registered office in Via Comolli, 16 - 20861 Brugherio (MB), Italy, VAT no./Tax Code and Milan Companies Register no. 04666310158.

The Data Controller can also be contacted at the following electronic mail address:

This document is an integral part of the personal data processing policy that can be consulted at the following link: Privacy Policy .


Cookies are small strings of text that the websites the user visits send to its terminal (usually to the browser), where they are stored to then be resent to the same websites upon the subsequent visit of the same user.


It is important to point out that the user can receive two different types of cookies as is clarified below during navigation on the Internet.


Technical cookies are those cookies used only in order to transmit a communication over an electronic communication network, or to the extent strictly necessary to the provider of a service of the information company explicitly requested by the user to deliver said service. Analytical cookies are instead used to analyse and measure the use of the website by the users. Analytical cookies, including third-party cookies, are similar to technical cookies where directly used by the website manager to collect information in aggregated form on the number of users and on how they visit the same website.

The Website uses the following types of first-party technical cookies:

(a) Navigation or session cookies: essential in order to allow the user to normally move about inside our Website and to correctly use its services; since they are not stored on the User’s computer, they disappear when the browser is closed;
(b) Functional cookies: aimed only at improving and speeding up navigation on the Website by storing certain choices made by the user (such as language preferences).

The legal basis legitimating the processing of personal data for this purpose is found in Art. 6, par. 1, letter b) of EU Regulation no. 679/2016, i.e. to allow the user to use the requested service.
Therefore, the use of technical cookies and processing connected with them does not require the user’s prior consent pursuant to current legislation.

The user is nevertheless ensured the possibility to prevent the installation of technical cookies at any time through the settings of their browser, aware that such a choice might complicate, slow down and sometimes block navigation on the Website.
To disable all cookies, click here opt-out.


Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user profiles and are used in order to send advertising messages in line with the preferences the user expressed when navigating in the Internet. It is a processing activity to which in no case will discriminations or negative effects for the data subject result. This activity also allows the data controller to assess its services and to be able to improve them by making them more efficient and usable by third parties. The legal basis legitimating the processing of personal data for this purpose is found in Art. 6, par. 1, letter a) of EU Regulation no. 679/2016, i.e. since the user has given their consent to install profiling cookies.

To revoke consent to their installation and to disable them, click opt-out.

During a user’s navigation on our Website, some profiling cookies that are not directly controlled and managed by the Data Controller may be stored on their device. For example, this occurs when the user visits a page that includes the content of a third-party website.

Third-party profiling cookies serve to display personalised advertising on the Website and on other websites, and it is based on the navigation activities of each user. This type of cookies might also be used by third parties to show their products and services on the Website.

The Website also uses some types of analytical cookies of third parties through which the following information is collected (purely by way of example):
(a) number of visitors, page displays and navigation within the Website;
(b) effectiveness of the acquisition campaigns based on the web traffic source;
(c) details on products displayed and possibly downloaded on the Website.

Just like the purposes for which they are used outside the Website, these cookies fall under the direct and sole responsibility of the third party that installs them on the user’s terminal and they serve to show the user advertising in line with their interests (this is the case of the marketing/retargeting third-party cookies).
If the user prefers to not receive third-party cookies on their terminal, they may access the policies and consent forms of said third parties and stop their receipt at any time using the links provided below.

All cookies present in the Website are shown in the following table, with their specific features pointed out and, in the case of third-party cookies, links to their respective privacy policies are provided so that the user can knowingly decide whether or not to give consent to their use and which cookies they may block or delete.



When the user visits the Website the first time, they can accept all cookies by clicking the button “I consent” found in the banner.

In all other cases and with each subsequent visit to the Website (clicking the link “Cookie Policy” found at the bottom of the homepage of the Website), the user can access this policy and deny consent to the installation of the cookies by clicking the relevant links shown above.

Disabling cookies using the browser
All modern browsers allow users to decide whether to block the installation of cookies on their terminals and to delete any that may be already installed. This also applies to cookies installed after navigating this website. In this case, navigation on the website might be difficult or even impossible.
The methods for disabling the installation of cookies on the most modern browsers are provided below:

Google Chrome - Select the Chrome menu icon
- Select Settings
- Select Show advanced settings at the bottom of the page
- In the “Privacy” section, select Content settings
- Select Prevent websites from setting data
- Select End
For more information, visit this page.

Internet Explorer - In the “Settings” section, select the button “Display advanced settings”; - In the “Cookies” field, select the option “Block all cookies” or “Block only third-party cookies”. For more information, visit this page.

Apple Safari
- Visit the Preferences page
- Choose the option to block cookies on the Privacy panel
- To delete the cookies already archived, click the button “Remove all website data”
For more information, visit this page.

Apple Safari for mobile devices
- Press the button Settings > Safari > Block cookies
- Choose the option “Always allow”, “Allow only from websites that I visit”, “Allow only from the current website” or “Always block”. In IOS 7 or less recent versions, choose “Never”, “Of third parties and advertisers” or “Always”
For more information, visit this page.

Mozilla Firefox
- Click the button of the menus and select Preferences
- Select the Privacy panel
- Under the item History settings: select use custom settings
- To activate the cookies, tick the item Accept cookies from websites; to deactivate them remove the tick from the item
- If you are still encountering problems with the cookies, make sure that the Accept third-party cookies option is not set to Never
- Choose for how much time the cookies can remain stored:
- Store them until: their expiration: the cookies will be removed when they reach their expiration date (date set by the website that sends the cookies)
- Store them until: Firefox is closed: the cookies stored on your computer will be removed when Firefox is closed. - Store them until: ask each time: it displays a notification every time that a website attempts to set a cookie and asks the user if they want this cookie to be saved
- Close the page. Any changes introduced will be save automatically
For more information, visit this page.

- Go to the Preferences area
- Select the “Advanced” area and enter the “Cookies” section
- To disable cookie storage by the browser, select the setting “Never accept cookies”
For more information, visit this page.

For more information about cookies, you can go to the website Your Online Choices (limited to services registered by this platform) to get information on how to eliminate or manage the cookies based on the browser used and to set the use preferences of the third-party ones.

To disable the analytical cookies and to prevent Google Analytics from collecting data on your navigation, you can also download the browser add-on for disabling Google Analytics:

We will store the user preferences for cookies using a special technical cookie having the features specified in the table above.


The personal data collected and processed following navigation of the Website will be stored for the entire period the service is delivered and then will be immediately deleted. The cookies installed via the website are temporary and are automatically deleted upon the expiration given in this policy. The data collected through the services attributable to Google Analytics will be stored for a period of 14 months. The data collected through third-party cookies will be stored in compliance with the provisions of the respective privacy policies.


The collected personal data will be handled, stored and processed using electronic tools and will be stored on both electronic media and on paper media, set up in databases, and on all other types of appropriate media.
Specific security measures will be taken to prevent the loss of data, unlawful or incorrect uses and unauthorised accesses.
The processing of personal data by CHG does not entail automated decision-making processes.


The disclosure of the navigation data is a requirement necessary for the provision of the requested service (website navigation), and is therefore mandatory for this purpose. Failure to provide personal data by the data subject will make it impossible for the Company to permit Website navigation. The disclosure of data for the other purposes is optional. In this case, the failure to provide data will have no consequences for the data subject. The installation of technical and analytical cookies from the Website is optional (it can be prevented by changing the browser settings), but might result in the impossibility to use the website or some of its services.


The collected data may be disclosed only to subjects who operate on behalf of the Data Controller in the role of data processors or of subjects authorised to process, and to companies, associations or professional firms that provide services and activities on behalf of the Data Controller in the role of Data Processors to fulfil legal obligations, and for all organisational and administrative requirements necessary to provide the requested services, for similar purposes or in any case connected with those described above.

The updated list of the Data Processors appointed for this purpose is available at the offices of the data controller. Subjects interested in examining it may request the complete list from the contacts specified under point 1.


The Company does not transfer personal data of the data subjects collected through navigation or use of the services found on the Website abroad or to international organisations.


In connection with the personal data processing described above, the data subject has the right to exercise the rights established by EU Regulation no. 679/2016 at any time. For example, they include obtaining indication of:
- the origin of the personal data;
- the processing purposes and methods;
- the logic applied if they are processed with the aid of electronic tools;
- the identification details of the Data Controller, of the data processors and of the designated representative. The data subject has the right to obtain:
- the access, updating, correction or, whenever they like, the integration of the data;
- the deletion, transformation into anonymous form or the blocking of the data processed in breach of the law;
- the limitation of the processing of the data concerning them, i.e. requesting the data controller or data processor to reduce the purposes or methods with which their data are processed.
The data subject may also request a copy of their data in standard format (“Right to data portability”).
Lastly, the subject to whom the data refers has the right to object to, at any time and without any cost, fully or partially:
- the processing of personal data concerning them for legitimate reasons, even though pertinent to the purpose of the collection;
- the processing of the personal data concerning them pursuant to Art. 6, par. 1 GDPR, letters e. (“processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in the controller”) or f. (“processing is necessary for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by the controller or by a third party”), including profiling on the basis of said provisions;
- the processing of personal data concerning them in order to send advertising or direct sales material or to perform market research or sales communication (direct marketing), including profiling to the extent in which it is connected with it.

The data subject has the right to revoke their consent to processing when it is based on the case established by Art. 6, par. 1, letter a. (when “the data subject has given consent to the processing of his or her personal data for one or more specific purposes”, or by Art. 9, par. 2, letter a. (when “the data subject has given explicit consent to the processing of those personal data for one or more specified purposes”) of EU Regulation 679/2016 at any time without compromising the lawfulness of the processing based on the consent given before revocation.
Should the data subject believe that the processing regarding them infringes the legislation in force, they have the right to submit a claim to a control authority in the member State where they usually reside, work or the place where the alleged infringement occurred. The Italian control authority can be reached at the addresses found on its website.