Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy


This policy sets out how we use personal data including
information you provide to us and data we obtain based on your
choices and through our interaction with you. We hold and use
personal data to provide you with products and services, to
communicate with you and to comply with our legal and
regulatory obligations. We may use your personal data to
develop and grow our business and improve our products and
services.



We aim to be transparent on how and for what purpose we hold
and use personal data. We strive to keep data safe and secure
and hold it only for as long as we need it. We do not
knowingly collect or process any data relating to children.
This policy also sets out your rights, how you can manage your
personal data and how to contact us.



You can click specific sections which explain how we operate
and use personal data. Should you have any queries or need
further information, please contact
dataprotection@tulloch.com

Cookie Managment


We use cookies and other technology and applications to
collect data about your use of our website including
information about your device or computer, connection
information, statistics on page views, traffic, links
referring to the website, Internet Protocol (“IP”) address and
standard web log information.




Where you have asked us to send you marketing emails, using
our email provider MailChimp, we will do so and we / MailChimp
use cookies and other technology, such as pixels and web
beacons, to analyse trends, and gather information about the
emails we send. The data collected can tell us whether emails
have been opened, allows us to measure the success of our
email campaigns and improve our service to you. For more
information, please see the MailChimp Privacy Policy here and
other information available here.




A “cookie” is a small text file that stores information on
your internet browser or hard drive when you visit a website.
A cookie links your computer to information provided by you on
the website (for example, linking your IP address and other
information about your experience on the website to your
preferences while making choices on the Website). Cookies and
other automatic data collection tools are necessary for the
functioning of the website and services we offer.




You can also set your browser to refuse some or all cookies or
to alert you when websites set or cookies. Where you disable
or refuse cookies, some parts of the website may be
inaccessible or may not function correctly.



We use the following cookies on the website:

Strictly Necessary


These are essential to browse the website and provide
services. Without these cookies your basket and order history
will not be displayed and you may not be able to order any
products.

Functionality Cookies


These are not strictly necessary for the website to operate
but allow the website to function more effectively. These
cookies allow the website to “remember” your choices and
preferences including your username, language, region etc. and
offer advanced, simplified and personalised features and
experience.

Analytical Cookies


These cookies measure and analyse the use of the website
including traffic, sales, pages visited most often and any
error messages etc. We use these analytical cookies to improve
the website and your experience.




Data collected from these cookies is anonymous and is not used
to identify individuals. This information may also be shared
with third parties, including our website developer and
hosting provider.

Targeting and Advertising Cookies


These cookies personalise advertisements that are more
relevant to an individual. The cookies can collect more
detailed information about an individual and their browsing
habits, including products accessed or put into a basket.
These cookies can be used for personalised direct marketing
communications, limit certain advertising or measure the
impact of advertising.




These cookies also allow us, and the third-party providers we
use, to track user actions on different websites and measure
the impact of our marketing so that we can deliver more
relevant and effective advertising to you and improve your
overall experience.




Currently we do not respond to “do not track” signals or other
mechanisms that provide an opt-out for collecting information
across websites and services that we are involved with. In the
event this changes in future, we will update this policy
accordingly.

Third Party Cookies and Social Media


If you share content through third party sites such as social
media platforms or if you are logged into our website using
social media information you may receive cookies from these
sites. Social media activity is subject to the privacy
policies of the social media website / platform.




We cannot control cookies of third parties and recommend that
you review the social media platforms’ privacy policies and
information on cookies. For more information about cookies
please visit www.allaboutcookies.org.