The recent modification of regulations regarding advertising and management of consent for the use of cookies, pixels or other information storage elements implies the obligation of websites to adapt to the new regulations on cookies of Law 34/2002, on services of the information society and electronic commerce.

The downloading of this type of elements, suppose the capacity to gather information of the user's activity and has implications in relation to its privacy.

For this reason, the new regulations impose the obligation to obtain the informed consent of users to accept the use of cookies on websites.

What is a cookie?

Cookies are small files that are downloaded to your computer when you browse websites. A simple example would be when you enter the page of a webmail account such as Gmail, Outlook or Yahoo Mail.

Cookies allow a website to recognize a user's browser and do not contain or collect information. They are used, for example, to keep you authenticated to an account like the ones above without requiring you to authenticate yourself each time you log in to your account.

At Todoingredientes we use the following types of cookies:

First-party cookies: these are strictly necessary cookies. They allow user interaction through the website using all its functions. (Duration between 23 days and three months).

Performance and analysis cookies (from third parties): are cookies used for analysis and statistics that improve the experience of the website. Through the use of these cookies, more relevant information can be shown to visitors. (Duration between 100 days and 1 year).

Below is a list of the main cookies that the domain is using:

Name of the cookie Source Function of the cookie

Google Analytics tool Enable the unique visit control function. The first time a user enters the Todoingredientes website through a browser this cookie will be installed. When this user enters our site again with the same browser, the cookie will consider that it is the same user. Only if the user changes his browser, Google Analytics will consider him as another user.

__utmb, __utmc Google Analytics Enable the session time calculation function. The first one (utmb) records the time of entering the page and the second one (utmc) checks whether the session should be kept open or a new session should be created. The utmb cookie expires 30 minutes after the last page viewed while the utmc is a session variable, so it is automatically deleted when you change websites or close your browser.

__utmz Google Analytics Enable the user's origin logging function. The data recorded will be, among others, if the user arrives at our website by direct traffic, from another website, from an advertising campaign or from a search engine (indicating the keyword used and the source)

id, _drt_ DoubleClick (Google) We use DoubleClick as a third-party ad server for some of the web pages. You can click on to view DoubleClick's privacy policy. DoubleClick uses cookies to enhance advertising. They are often used to target advertising based on content that is relevant to a user, improve campaign performance reporting, and avoid displaying ads that the user has already seen. DoubleClick cookies do not contain personally identifiable information. Occasionally, the cookie contains an additional identifier that resembles the cookie ID. This identifier is used to identify an advertising campaign to which a user has previously been exposed; but DoubleClick does not store any other data in the cookie and no data is personally identifiable.

NID, SNID, GAPS Google Cookies that are used to personalize the ads displayed on Google services such as Google Search, especially when you are not signed in to a Google Account.

Google may also transfer this information to third parties where required to do so by law, or where such third parties process the information on Google's behalf.

Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google.

By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and for the purposes set out above.

PREF Google These cookies allow our websites to remember information that changes the appearance or behaviour of the site, such as your preferred language or the region in which you are located. For example, by remembering your region, a website can provide you with traffic news or local weather reports. These cookies also allow you to change the text size, font, and other parts of the web pages that you can customize.

Loss of the information stored in a preference cookie may make the website experience less functional, but should not affect its operation.

Most Google users have a preference cookie called "PREF" in their browsers. A browser sends this cookie through requests to Google sites. The PREF cookie can store your preferences and other information, including your preferred language (for example, English), how many search results you want to be shown per page (for example, 10 or 20), and whether you want Google's SafeSearch to be enabled.

dt, uid, loc, __atuvc AddThis We include a feature on some of our websites that allows visitors to share a page via Facebook, Twitter, email and other media. This feature is provided by an outside company called AddThis, which uses a cookie to collect anonymous information when you visit these sites. Although we do not serve ads on our sites, AddThis may use non-personally identifiable information collected during your visits to those sites to enable other sites to serve ads on goods and services that may be of interest to you. If you do not want AddThis to collect this information, please go to the Data Collection Opt-Out page on the AddThis website (

The aim is to collect statistics: the number of visits, the period of consultation, the search engine used to access the website, the keywords used, the overall location of the visitor, the content visited on the website, as well as other parameters of the traffic on the website, always from anonymity.

Google stores this information collected by the cookies so that no user is identified. Neither is your IP address associated with any other information available to you. In addition, Google Inc. is a company that has adhered to the Safe Harbor Agreement. This agreement guarantees that the data transferred will be treated in accordance with the protection levels of European regulations. For more information about Google Analytics, please follow the link below.

From the option you take about the use of cookies on this website, you will be sent an additional cookie to safeguard your choice and that you do not have to accept the use of cookies every time you access the Todoingredientes website.

How do I disable cookies?

All browsers allow you to make changes that allow you to disable cookie settings. These settings are located in the "options" or "preferences" of your browser menu.

Below are links with instructions for different browsers where you will see how to disable cookies.

Please note, however, that disabling cookies will result in a loss of functionality on many websites.

Instructions for Internet Explorer

Instructions for Mozilla Firefox

Instructions for Google Chrome

Safari Instructions

If you don't want to be tracked by cookies, Google has developed a plug-in to install in your browser that you can access at the link below.