Privacy Policy

This notice sets out the standards of service that you can expect from The Orchard Fruit Company in the way that we handle personal information.

This privacy policy relates only to The Orchard Fruit Company’s website Links to external websites are not covered by this policy.

What can you expect from us?

The Orchard Fruit Company does not capture and store any personal information about individuals who access this website, except where you voluntarily choose to give us your personal details via email, using an electronic form, registering as a member or enquiring about any of our services.

We are fully committed to compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and wherever we request personal information from you, we will do our best to advise you how the information will be used:

  • who will see it
  • why they need it
  • what they will do with it

Additional information relating to school pupil information, the National Fraud Initiative and use of information in emails can be found by referring to the links on this page.

Use of cookies and computer IP address

The Orchard Fruit Company uses cookies for collecting user information for the purpose of displaying our website information on your computer in a fully accessible format in order to comply with relevant disability legislation and industry standards.

From time to time we also conduct web visitor surveys which store a cookie on visitors’ computers. The cookie is used to identify web visitors who have already been offered the survey so that they are not prompted to participate a second time.

When you visit our website we record your computer’s internet protocol (IP) address to help us diagnose any problems with our computer network. Any information logged is not given to any third-party companies and is kept solely for the reasons stated above. It is not linked to personally identifiable information so all visitors to our site remain anonymous.

If this privacy policy changes in any way, we will place an updated version on this page. Please review this page periodically.

Cookie: a temporary text message stored on your computer when you visit a website to indicate if a user has visited a site previously. A cookie can also be used to identify users and personalise their visit by customising web pages for them, for example by welcoming them by name next time. If you have any reason to enquire about the information held about you, please refer to the ‘Access to information’ web pages.

Electronic forms

Please note that if you are completing an electronic form and select the ‘Complete later’ function, your information will be retained for a period of 90 days (from the last time you access the form), it will then be permanently deleted and you will no longer be able to retrieve the form.

For security reasons, if forms are left inactive for 30 minutes or more the application will time out and no longer be valid.