Privacy policy

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Privacy policy, i.e. rules of personal data protection at P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI, including cookies policy

Introductory information

Respecting the privacy rights of the data subjects, P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI ensures that the processing of personal data is compliant with applicable laws. Below are the rules of personal data processing in P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI.

Data Administrator

The Administrator, i.e. the entity that decides about the purposes and means of the processing of personal data, depending on the entity with which you (or your employer) are connected by business relations P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI

P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI is a company that trades in fresh fruit and vegetables of domestic and foreign production. Personal data in connection with the business profile of P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI may be made available to other recipients, i.e:

  • subcontractors, including entities responsible for the transport of goods;
  • banks in the event of the need to conduct settlements,;
  • state authorities or other entities authorized by law;
  • entities supporting us in our activities on our behalf, in particular: suppliers of external systems supporting our
  • operations, entities auditing our operations, entities providing security services.

Obtaining information on the processing of personal data

You may contact the controller of your data directly at the following address: Szkolna Street 25 05-870 Blonie.

Data acquisition and purpose of processing

P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI always processes your data legally and safely.

To enter into and perform a contract with a customer or contractor Article 6(1)(b) and (f) RODO

For the duration of the contract and, after its termination, until the expiry of the deadlines for claims arising therefrom. The controller, in connection with the actions taken for the conclusion of the contract or its execution, contacts the employees/co-workers of clients and contractors for a legitimate purpose. In addition, the controller may obtain basic data of the employee/co-worker (name and surname, place of employment or co-operation, telephone number and, in certain situations, identity document or passport number) from the contracting party in relation to the performance of the contract to which the data refer from the entity with which the person is employed or co-operates.

Handling of complaints Article 6(1)(b) and (f) RODO

For 1 year after the expiry of the warranty or settlement of the complaint. The administrator, in connection with the handling of complaints, contacts the customers’ employees/co-workers for a legitimate purpose.
Investigation of or defence against legal claims Article 6(1)(f) RODO

For the duration of proceedings concerning the asserted claims, i.e. until their final conclusion, and in the case of enforcement proceedings until the final settlement of the asserted claims. The controller in connection with asserting or defending against legal claims for a legitimate purpose may process the data of employees/co-workers of clients or contractors.
Archiving of documents, i.e. contracts and billing documents Art. 6 (1) (c) RODO

For the periods indicated by law, and if no such periods are indicated with regard to specific documents, for as long as their retention falls within the legitimate purpose of the controller regulated by the time of possible redress. –
Keeping statistics Art. 6(1)(f) RODO

For as long as we have another, additional legal basis for processing. We do not keep personal data exclusively for statistical purposes. Having information about the statistics of the activities carried out by the Administrator allows us to improve our business
Conducting marketing of own products and services without the use of electronic means of communication Art. 6 (1) (f) RODO

Until you raise an objection, i.e. show us in any way that you do not want to stay in touch with us and receive information about our activities. Conducting marketing activities to promote our business
Conducting marketing activities of our own products and services with the use of means of electronic communication Art. 6(1)(f) RODO, while these activities, due to other applicable regulations, in particular the Telecommunications Law and the Act on Providing Services by Electronic Means, are conducted only on the basis of possessed consents.

Until you object or withdraw your consent, i.e. show us in any way that you do not want to stay in touch with us and receive information about our activities. Conducting marketing activities to promote our business using email addresses and telephone numbers
Controlling access, including monitoring to the premises of the data controller Art. 6(1)(f) RODO

Until an objection is raised, not longer than one year. Conducting checks on persons on the controller’s premises is its legitimate purpose. The controller may obtain basic data of the employee/co-worker (name, place of employment or co-operation, telephone number and, in certain situations, identity card or passport number) prior to the arrival of the data subject from the entity with which the data subject is employed or co-operates.
Recruitment Art. 6(1)(a), (c) and (f) RODO

For the duration of the recruitment process, and in the case of expressed consent for further recruitment processes, for no longer than one year. The controller, without the additional consent of the data subject, may keep the data of job candidates who have not yet been hired for up to 6 months after the end of the recruitment process as a legitimate purpose of the controller on the grounds that the hired employee may not prove himself in the job or may resign.
Human resources management – employees and associates Art. 6(1)(a), (b), (c) and (f) RODO

In accordance with the current legislation requiring the archiving of labour law documents, i.e. personnel files for 50 years, in some cases with reference to the latest amendment, for 10 years. If the retention period for selected documents is shorter, the administrator will comply with this shorter period. In the case of civil law contracts, these contracts will be stored until the expiry of the limitation periods for claims arising from them. Within the framework of legitimate purposes, the controller may process the data of employees within the framework of the video monitoring carried out for security purposes or the issuing of badges within the framework of access control. The administrator uses the image only on the basis of the employee’s/co-worker’s consent.

If the periods relevant for the assertion of possible claims are shorter than the periods for the retention of settlement documents for tax purposes, we will retain these documents for the time necessary for tax and settlement purposes, i.e. for 5 years after the end of the year in which the tax obligation was incurred.

If we process data using electronic communication means for marketing purposes the specific legal bases for processing are:

  • Article 10 of the Act of 18 July 2002 on the provision of services by electronic means (Journal of Laws of 2017, item 1219 as amended) if you agree to receive information using e-mail;
  • Article 172 of the Telecommunications Act of 16 July 2004 (Journal of Laws of 2017, item 1907, as amended) if you agree to receive information using a telephone number;

Rights in relation to the processing of data and voluntariness of data provision

The data subject has the right to request access, rectification, i.e. erasure or restriction of processing and to object to processing, as well as the right to data portability. More information on data subjects’ rights is available in Articles 12-23 of the General Data Protection Regulation (RODO/GDPR), the text of which can be found at:

In addition, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority, i.e. the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection, more information at:

Provision of data is necessary to conclude agreements and to settle the conducted activity, and in situations provided by law.

Transfers of data to third countries

Data will be processed in the European Economic Area, i.e. as a general rule we do not transfer data to third countries. However, a transfer to a third country may occur in specific situations, in particular if the transfer is necessary for the performance of a contract between the data subject and the controller or the implementation of pre-contractual measures taken at the request of the data subject, as well as if the transfer is necessary for the conclusion or performance of a contract concluded in the interest of the data subject between the controller and another natural or legal person.

Moreover, there may be situations when basic business data of an employee/co-worker of P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI (such as name, position, business telephone number and e-mail address) may be transferred to third countries. The necessity of transferring data to third countries is conditioned by the performance of an agreement between P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI and the employee/co-worker whose personal data is transferred. Transfer to a third country of personal data of an employee/co-worker concerns those persons who will perform activities for a client or potential client from a third country.

Automated processing of personal data

Personal data will not be processed by automated means (including profiling) in such a way that any decisions could be made as a result of such automated processing, that other legal effects would be produced or that our customers, contractors and their employees would otherwise be materially affected.

In the course of our activities, we use cookies in such a way that we observe and analyse the traffic on our websites.


Cookies („Cookies”) are small files which are saved and stored on your computer or other device when you visit a website on the Internet.

Purpose for which cookies are used

Cookies are used to adapt the content of websites to user preferences and to optimise the use of websites. They are also used to create anonymous statistics which help to understand how a user uses websites to improve their structure and content, excluding personal identification of the user.

What we use cookies for
P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI uses cookies in order to

adapt the content of our websites to the needs of users;
Optimise the use of websites and applications;
maintain user session (after logging in), so that the user does not have to re-enter login and password on each sub-page of the website and application
collect data on the use of the website, which help to understand how visitors use the website, which allows to improve its structure, navigation and content;
display information in a way that avoids the same content being shown more than once to the same user and in a way that takes account of the user’s interests;
reach the user with advertising content issued through partner systems outside the websites and applications owned by P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI
support the Users and guarantee their safety while browsing the pages thanks to the use of mechanisms preventing abuse of the services and the possibility of quick contact using the live chat function.

What cookies does P.H. PAZAL PAWEŁ ZALESKI use?

We use two types of files:

session cookies – cookies which allow us to remember choices you have made, used e.g. for logging in. They remain on the final device until you log out, leave the website and the application or turn off the software (web browser);
permanent – stored in the final device for the time specified in the parameters of cookies or until they are deleted.

With regard to the purpose of cookies and other similar technologies, we use the following types of cookies:

cookies necessary for the operation of services and applications – enabling the use of our services, e.g. authentication cookies used for services requiring authentication;
cookies used to ensure security, e.g. used to detect abuse of authentication;
performance cookies – making it possible to collect information on how websites and applications are used;
functional – making it possible to „remember” the User’s selected settings and personalize the interface, e.g. with regard to the chosen language or region of origin, font size, appearance of the website and applications, etc.
advertising – making it possible to deliver advertising content more tailored to your interests;
statistics – used for counting web site and application statistics.

How to change your browser settings concerning cookies

By default, the software used for web browsing (Internet browser) allows you to store information in the form of cookies and other similar technologies on your terminal device, i.e. the one you actually use. By doing so, you consent to the use of cookies for the aforementioned purposes and scope. You can withdraw your consent at any time by changing the settings. Failure to make such changes means that the above-mentioned information may be placed and stored on your terminal equipment.

 It is possible to manage cookies from the level of the Internet browser used by the User, i.e. actions such as

accepting the handling of cookies, which allows full use of the options offered by websites;
managing cookies at the level of individual, selected websites;
defining settings for different types of cookies, for example, accepting permanent or session cookies etc.
block or delete cookies.

To find out more about managing cookies in your software, follow the appropriate link:
Internet Explorer

Mobile devices:

Please be advised that restricting or disabling the use of cookies and other similar technologies may affect the ability to use some of the functionality available on our websites.