Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy


Cookies are tiny electronic messages a web server provides to your web browser. The message contains information that is then stored on your computer and sent back to the server when your browser requests pages from the server. Cookies makes the use of a web site run faster and easier e.g. to facilitate easier browsing, personalise your online session, track your activity on the web site so we can respond quickly to your purchase needs.

Angostura may gather (possibly via cookies) and analyse information regarding use of this web site, including domain name, IP addresses, hits, pages visited, etc.

Caution with automatic cookie functionality

Browsers carry a functionality that prompt you to allow the browser to store passwords and logon IDs so you don’t need to enter this information every time you access a web site. Angostura strongly urges you not to use this functionality to prevent unauthorized use of your online order numbers etc.

Disallowing cookies

You can disallow cookies by selecting to do so from your browser options. Keep in mind that certain services require cookies for effective delivery. If this arises a notice will appear that will ask you to allow cookies to receive the service. If you do allow cookies, Angostura will treat the information received from these cookies with equal security and privacy protection as any other customer information we receive.

Third Party Sites

This Privacy Policy does not extend to third party sites which may be linked to this web site.

How to Contact Angostura

If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy or our data processing activities, you can contact us (Email /Telephone Number or 623-1847/5 ext 804 CSR)

Changes to our Internet Privacy Policy

Angostura reserves the right to update, edit or make changes to this policy and related procedures at any time. If we make any changes to our Internet policy, we will outline those changes on our web site.


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