When you use our website and online services (the “Site”), we may store cookies in your browser. Other third parties you choose to visit may do the same. This Cookie Policy explains what a cookie is, how you can manage your cookies and what types of cookies may be on our websites.


Cookies are small pieces of text. They are provided by most websites and stored by your browser on the computer, phone or other device you use. Cookies serve many purposes. They can help a website remember your preferences, learn which areas of the website are useful and which areas need improvement, and provide you with targeted advertising or personalized content. Sometimes, cookies are activated when pixels are placed on a website. Pixels are also referred to as web beacons, clear gifs and tags. They allow websites to read and place cookies.

Manufacturer cookies and third-party cookies

Cookies can be from the manufacturer or from third parties. A manufacturer cookie is one that you receive directly from Avourdiadis Brothers O.E.V.E. when you visit our Website. A third-party cookie is one that you have received from another party, such as Google or Facebook. We do not control what third parties do on other websites. However, we may work with some third-party providers such as Google or Facebook to enable their cookies to function through our Website so that we can learn more about your web experience on our Website and better personalize our services for you.

Persistent cookies and session cookies

A persistent cookie is a cookie that is stored by your web browser on your device until it expires or you delete it. The expiration of a persistent cookie is determined by the creator of the cookie and can be on a specific date or after a long session time has elapsed. This means that, for the entire lifetime of the cookie, its information will be transmitted to the creator’s server every time the user visits the website it belongs to or another website configured to check for this cookie (such as an advertisement placed on this website). For this reason, persistent cookies are also called “tracking cookies”.

A session cookie is temporarily created on your device for use by a website during your visit. This type of cookie can store information you enter and track your activity on the website. A session cookie is deleted after you leave the website or when the web browser is closed. A good example of a session cookie is the shopping cart on an e-commerce website. The session cookie stores the items you add to your cart so they are not forgotten while you view products on other pages of the site.


Most web browsers allow you to choose whether to accept cookies. Most also allow you to delete cookies that have already been set. The options available and the mechanism used will vary from browser to browser. Such browser settings are usually found in the “options”, “tools” or “preferences” menu. You can also consult the “help” menu of the browser. For example:

Cookie settings in Internet Explorer

Cookie settings in Firefox

Cookie settings in Chrome

Cookie settings in Safari

There are online tools available to clear all cookies left behind by websites you’ve visited, such as www.allaboutcookies.org. Typically, deleting cookies will anonymize the information associated with the pixel and a website will not receive any other relevant information.


The Website may use Strictly Necessary Cookies, Performance Cookies, Functionality Cookies, Targeting Cookies and Social Media Cookies. Any of these can be manufacturer cookies or third party cookies, persistent cookies or session cookies. Please see Section 2 of this Cookie Policy for information on how to manage these cookies through your browser.

  • Strictly Necessary Cookies: These are cookies without which you would not be able to use this website. For example, strictly necessary cookies adjust transmitted website data to match your internet connection, take you to secure versions of the website and help deliver services you specifically request. If you set your browser to block these cookies, some parts of the website will not work. Strictly necessary cookies do not store personal information.
  • performance cookies: We use these cookies to measure visits and traffic sources, measure and improve website performance. They help us know which pages are the most popular and least popular and see how visitors move around the site. Performance cookies do not store personal information.
  • Functional cookies: These cookies allow the website to remember the choices you make and provide improved functionality and more personalized features. Depending on the context, Functionality cookies may store certain types of Personal Information as necessary to provide functionality.
  • Targeting cookies: Targeting cookies help us manage and serve our ads based on your activity on the Site and on other sites. this is known as interest-based advertising. Targeting cookies are primarily based on the unique identification of your browser and internet device.
  • social media cookies: Social media cookies make social media sharing easier for you, provide tools for you to connect to the Site, and help us better understand both the audience for the Site and the effectiveness of our media coverage of social network. These are third-party cookies. Your choices regarding such cookies are determined by the social media platforms on which you have accounts.


We may change this Cookie Policy at any time. Please read the “LAST UPDATED” legend at the top of this page to see the date this Cookie Policy was last revised. Any changes to this Cookie Policy will be effective when the revised Cookie Policy is available on or through the Site.


If you have more questions, please contact us via the Contact page.