Personal Data Protection Policy
We respect your privacy and your personal data.
First of all, let us introduce ourselves. We are Vogler Ingredients Ltda, registered under CNPJ 62.185.905/0001-30, located in the city of São Bernardo do Campo, state of São Paulo, at Estrada Particular Fukutaro Yida, 1.155/1.173, Cooperativa. According to the General Data Protection Law “LGPD” (Federal Law No. 13,709/2018), most of the time, we will be the controller of your information, responsible for determining what happens to this data and protecting it..
We reaffirm our commitment to privacy and security, in accordance with the provisions of the General Data Protection Law (LGPD) and other applicable laws.
Esta Política de Privacidade se aplica às pessoas que acessarem, cadastrarem-se ou visitarem o site da VOGLER. Ela também informa como você pode acessar e atualizar seus Dados Pessoais, e exercer os seus direitos relativos a eles.
É importante alertar que esta Política de Privacidade é específica para o uso deste site. Portanto, não se aplica aos websites de terceiros, redes sociais e/ou outros provedores, que você possa acessar ou ser redirecionado a partir de links disponibilizados em nosso site.
Para garantir sua segurança, recomendamos que verifique os regulamentos e diretrizes de proteção de dados dos respectivos provedores e sites acessados.
Lembre-se que a VOGLER não pode responder por dados fornecidos por você aos websites de terceiros, redes sociais e/ou outros provedores.
Data processing refers to any operation, digital or not, performed with personal data, involving collection, production, reception, classification, use, access, reproduction, transmission, distribution, processing, archiving, storage, elimination, evaluation, control, modification, communication, transfer, dissemination, or extraction of information.
Personal Data includes all information that allows your identification, such as your name, CPF (Brazilian taxpayer identification number), email address, phone number, among others..
Sensitive Personal Data refers to personal data related to racial or ethnic origin, religious beliefs, political opinions, union membership, or membership in religious, philosophical, or political organizations, health or sexual life data, genetic or biometric data when linked to you.
Access– the ability to communicate with a device, storage medium, network drive, memory, record, file, etc., with the purpose of receiving, providing, or deleting data.
Storage – the action or result of keeping or preserving a data in a repository.
Archiving – the act or effect of maintaining a registered data even after it has lost its validity or expired.
Evaluation – the act or effect of calculating the value of one or more data.
Classification – a way to order data according to established criteria.
Collection – gathering of data for a specific purpose.
Communication – transmitting information relevant to data action policies.
Control – the action or power to regulate, determine, or monitor actions related to data.
Diffusion – the act or effect of disclosure, propagation, multiplication of data.
Distribution – the act or effect of disposing of data according to established criteria.
Elimination – the act or effect of excluding or destroying data from the repository.
Extraction – the act of copying or retrieving data from the repository where it was located.
Modification – the act or effect of altering the data.
Processing – the act or effect of processing data.
Production – creation of goods and services from data processing.
Reception – the act of receiving data at the end of transmission.
Reproduction – copying of pre-existing data obtained through any process.
Transfer – changing data from one storage area to another, or to a third party.
Transmission – movement of data between two points through electrical, electronic, telegraphic, telephonic, radioelectric devices, etc.
Utilization – act or effect of leveraging data.
If you register or interact on our website, we have the function of deciding actions related to your information, acting as the Controller of your personal data.
But rest assured, our conduct follows the provisions of the LGPD (Brazilian General Data Protection Law) and respects the purposes we inform in this Policy, transparently.
If you are interested in any information or service offered on our website, depending on the situation, it may be necessary for you to have a registration to be identified.
Personal data may be collected in the following situations:
- When submitted by you at the time of your registration, navigation, interaction, and use of the website.
- Automatically through cookies and/or similar technologies.
5.1. See below what personal data we may collect and in each situation:
Registration Data: Full name, email address, phone number, and professional position.
Professional Data: Data submitted by you for participation in the job application process available through our website.
Electronic Records: Logs and Cookies.
Ombudsman Channel: We may request other data from the data subject for the investigation of suggestions, complaints, reports, and compliments made through the channel.
Communication: Full name, email address, and phone number.
Personal Contact Information: Other information may be requested in our registration forms or in your registration for our events, with the aim of segmenting your interests and directing communications.
Third-Party Social Media Information: Any information you publicly share on a third-party social network or information that is part of your profile on a third-party social network (such as Instagram or Google). We collect your third-party social media profile information (or parts of it) whenever you interact with us through a third-party social network. For example, when you request a business contact from us and share your contact information (name, phone number, and email). To learn more about how your third-party social media information is obtained by Vogler or to choose not to share this social media information, visit the specific third-party social network’s website.
Cookie Data: Cookies are small text files stored on your machine with an access identifier that record data from your navigation through VOGLER’s website pages.
Cookies are used to analyze how visitors use our website, improve navigation between pages, and target marketing campaigns.
Types of cookies we use:
These are essential for the functioning of the website, such as user session control and providing secure login. Without them, our website would not work properly.
The information provided by them allows us to analyze visitor behavior patterns and their use of the website. This information is used to improve the overall website experience and optimization.
Performance cookies are used to understand and analyze key performance indicators of the website, which helps provide a better user experience for visitors.
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the proper functioning of the website. These cookies ensure basic functionalities and security features of the website, anonymously.
- You are responsible for the accuracy of the data provided. VOGLER has no responsibility for any damages arising from the falsity and/or inaccuracy of the information.
- If VOGLER discovers that any information provided by you is false, incorrect, outdated, or incomplete, we have the right to immediately suspend or cancel your registration, without prior notice, and refuse any and all present or future use of services that require specific registration.
The collected data is used for the provision of various services we make available to you, and primarily for the following purposes:
- Identification and authentication of access;
- Sending general news and relevant information related to the food sector and new products;
- Sending invitations and registration for events, courses, workshops, webinars, awards, and access to our podcast;
- Sending booklets and e-books;
- Addressing suggestions, questions, complaints, reports, compliments, or inquiries received through contact forms on the website such as “Contact Us and Ombudsman”;
- Personalization and improvement of your experience, such as sending personalized and aligned content based on your interests;
- Participation in selection and recruitment processes;
- Updating registration data for phone contact and messaging applications;
- Preparation of reports and statistics without user identification;
- Responding to user requests.
VOGLER, based on one of the legal grounds provided by the LGPD, may share some of your information, with your consent, with partner entities to fulfill the purposes described in item 5 of this Policy. Certain information may also be shared for the purpose of fulfilling legal obligations, legitimate interests, or another existing legal basis..
During our relationship, Vogler will share your Personal Data with some entities:
Service providers: We use services from third-party companies to assist in the operation of our business. In these cases, only selected employees will be authorized to access your Personal Data on behalf of Vogler for specific tasks requested of them, based on our instructions. Furthermore, the providers with whom we share your Personal Data are required to keep them confidential and secure.
Third parties using your Personal Data for legal reasons or due to merger/acquisition: We will share your Personal Data with third parties for legal reasons or in the context of a merger or acquisition.
security regarding the shared personal data. To be transparent with you and guarantee your rights as a data subject, understand how we may share your data:
- With entities that provide data hosting and analysis and service providers that help VOGLER provide services to you;
- For communication services such as email dispatch, WhatsApp, support services, website maintenance, data analysis, event registration systems, and customer support.
NOTICE: VOGLER will only share the necessary data and access to information with duly authorized professionals, respecting the principles established by law and guaranteeing confidentiality and privacy, exclusively for the performance of their duties.
Some of your personal data may be transferred to other countries, for example, when we use cloud computing services for data processing or storage located outside of Brazil. However, don’t worry, Vogler also complies with all requirements established by current legislation in these situations and adopts best market practices to ensure the protection and privacy of your personal data.
VOGLER does not intentionally request or collect personal data from children and adolescents without the express consent of one of their parents or guardians. If registrations of children and adolescents are detected in our database, they will be deleted as soon as possible or whenever requested.
To request the deletion of data pertaining to children and adolescents, the legal guardian should use the “Contact Us” feature through the contact information provided in our Privacy Channel on our website.
All data you provide on the VOGLER portal will be protected and stored using security protocols and software.
The collected data will be stored on our own server or occasionally on third-party servers, which may be located in Brazil or abroad, including through cloud computing technology, always complying with security and control standards as per applicable legislation.
VOGLER emphasizes that no procedure carried out over the internet is completely immune to events that may compromise information security or unwanted invasions. However, we commit to adopting all appropriate technical and administrative measures to protect your personal data.
In compliance with the provisions of the LGPD, if any security incident involving your personal data occurs that poses a significant risk or harm to you, we will contact you to inform you and notify the National Data Protection Authority, whenever necessary and as required by law.
VOGLER stores your information for the entire period that you are our customer and/or browse our website using our services, always respecting the provisions of the law.
We use appropriate measures (described below) to keep your personal data confidential and secure. Please note that these protections do not apply to information you choose to share in public areas, such as third-party social networks.
People who can access your personal data. Your personal data will be processed by our employees or authorized agents who need access to such information, depending on the specific purposes for which your personal data has been collected.
Measures taken in operational environments. We store your personal data in operational environments that use security measures to prevent unauthorized access. Unfortunately, the transmission of information over the internet is not completely secure, and although we do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of data during transmission through our website.
Measures Vogler expects you to take. Your role is crucial in keeping your personal data secure. When creating an online account, please ensure that you choose a password that is difficult for others to guess. You are responsible for keeping this password confidential for any use of your account. If you use a shared or public computer, never choose the option to remember your login ID, email address, or password, and make sure you log out of your account whenever you leave the computer. You should also use any privacy settings or controls that we provide on our website.
We have adopted strict policies and procedures that determine how personal data should be handled here at Vogler. These standards aim to ensure the appropriate and lawful processing of your personal data.
Our security measures are continuously monitored and reviewed in accordance with the latest technological advancements and organizational resources.
- Confirmation of the existence of personal data processing;
- Access to personal data;
- Revocation of consent;
- Correction of incomplete, inaccurate, or outdated personal data;
- Deletion of personal data processed with consent or when it is unnecessary, excessive, or if you believe that a certain aspect of the LGPD was not complied with;
- Information about the hypotheses and with which companies, partners, and other institutions we may share or receive personal data regarding you;
- Information about the possibility of not providing consent and the consequences of refusal, when applicable;
- All requests will be processed free of charge and will be subject to a prior assessment of your identity and the feasibility of the request, in order to comply with any obligations that prevent the complete fulfillment of the rights of data subjects;
- The revocation of consent will not affect the processing of personal data carried out prior to the revocation or based on another legal basis;
A VOGLER poderá armazenar o histórico de registro de dados do usuário para exercer seus direitos, e ainda, poderá manter dados, mesmo depois do seu pedido de exclusão, quando a lei assim permitir ou obrigar.
We are constantly striving to improve the experience of our users and customers. Therefore, our practices for handling personal data may undergo changes with the inclusion of new features and services.
Through our available customer service channels at https://vogler.com.br/fale-conosco/, requesting options regarding the privacy of your personal data whenever available, or
By contacting the Data Protection Officer via email at [email protected]
We are always available to clarify your doubts and put you in control of your personal data.
Count on us to keep you informed!
Stephanie de Oliveira Dantas
Encarregada de Proteção de Dados