Cookie Policy

 
A cookie is a small text file that we transfer to your computer’s hard drive through your web browser to enable our systems to recognize your browser and to provide features such as automatic login. You can disable cookies by changing your browser settings.

www.tourroir.com (the “Website”) uses cookies and similar technologies like pixels and tags (“Cookies”) to ensure that we give you the best experience on our Website.

We can only use Cookies with your consent, so it’s important that you carefully read the following to ensure that you agree with the ways in which we use Cookies.

If you do not consent to the use of Cookies, you can set your browser settings to reject Cookies. Since a number of features of the Website will not work without Cookies, changing your settings in this way may negatively impact upon your experience on the Website.

We currently use cookies for the following purposes:

Analytics We use Google Analytic Cookies to determine how our Website is used and how Users find us or come to our site. We may use Cookies to identify circumstances in which users come to our Website via emails we send. This assists us in improving our Website. You can find out more on Google’s website.

Registration If you chose to register with our Website (bearing in mind that such registration is optional) we may use a Cookie to identify you. We need to do this to provide the personalised features on our Website. For example, this allows us to store your “My Food Trip” itinerary and to generate the unique URL we give you to allow you to share this itinerary with friends.

Logged-in If you are a Member of TouRRoir you can log into limited access areas of the Website. We use cookies to identify your browser and to determine whether or not you are logged-in.

If you have any queries about our use of Cookies feel free to contact us at info@touroir.com. A cookie is a small text file that we transfer to your computer’s hard drive through your web browser to enable our systems to recognize your browser and to provide features such as automatic login. You can disable cookies by changing your browser settings. www.tourroir.com (the “Website”) uses cookies and similar technologies like pixels and tags (“Cookies”) to ensure that we give you the best experience on our Website. We can only use Cookies with your consent, so it’s important that you carefully read the following to ensure that you agree with the ways in which we use Cookies. If you do not consent to the use of Cookies, you can set your browser settings to reject Cookies. Since a number of features of the Website will not work without Cookies, changing your settings in this way may negatively impact upon your experience on the Website. We currently use cookies for the following purposes: Analytics We use Google Analytic Cookies to determine how our Website is used and how Users find us or come to our site. We may use Cookies to identify circumstances in which users come to our Website via emails we send. This assists us in improving our Website. You can find out more on Google’s website. Registration If you chose to register with our Website (bearing in mind that such registration is optional) we may use a Cookie to identify you. We need to do this to provide the personalised features on our Website. For example, this allows us to store your “My Food Trip” itinerary and to generate the unique URL we give you to allow you to share this itinerary with friends. Logged-in If you are a Member of Good Food Ireland you can log into limited access areas of the Website. We use cookies to identify your browser and to determine whether or not you are logged-in. If you have any queries about our use of Cookies feel free to contact us at info@tourroir.com