Gorini Piante



Cookies Policy

You are surfing in a website keeping with the European rule on cookies use. To make run well this website we sometimes install some small data files on your device. These are “cookies”. This website uses its own tailored cookies, that is, cookies introduced by third parties used by the website itself.

Read the rule.


What are cookies?

Cookies are small files which are stored on a user’s computer.

These are used to tailor the user’s exploration and get automatic information to enter and use the website.

When the website is reliable, like our portal, cookies contribute to improve and speed up the surfing and, at the same time, they make easier the next visit so that the website is more useful for specific requirements.


This is the setting sequence (or creation) of a cookie :

- When you visit a website for the first time, it asks to accept a cookie for a specific domain. If you accept, the cookie is saved on your computer.

- Each time a resource of that domain is viewed, the browser sends the cookie.

Can cookies be blocked?

Yes, you can do it or allow cookies in all websites or choose the website to be allowed in.

Is it right to block all cookies?

Not necessarily. Blocking all cookies can really contribute to protect the privacy but it can also reduce the functionalities available in some websites. Therefore it is advisable to choose the websites for which you allow cookies. So at first you can block all cookies and then allow the useful ones for the reliable websites.

What are temporary cookies?

Temporary cookies (or cookies of the session) are removed from a computer at the browser’s closing. They are used to store temporary information, such as, the articles shown in the chart.

What are permanent cookies?

Permanent cookies (or saved cookies) are stored in a computer even after closing the surfing Browser. The are used to store information, such as a name and an access password, to avoid a typing in each time the user likes to surf a given website. Permanent cookies can stay in a computer for some days, months and even years.

What are cookies of the viewed websites?

Cookies of the viewed websites derive from the viewed website and can be permanent or temporary. They can be used to store information you will use in the next visit to that website.

What are cookies of the third parties?

Cookies of the third parties derive from the advertisements of other sites, such as popups or banners, contained in the viewed website. They can be used to log the use of a website for marketing.

Cookies used by this website:


  • Google Fonts service of Google Inc. | Google Fonts is a service allowing to include and view tailored fonts and is managed by Google Inc.
  • Google Analytics service of Google Inc. | Google Analytics is a service allowing to monitor the quantity of the visits on a website. It gives a detailed analysis of the origin of the visits, viewed pages and key words used to get a website. It is supplied by Google Inc.
  • AddThis | AddThis is a service allowing to share the contents on the various social platforms.


Here below you can find the procedures to start or deactivate, remove or block cookies on the main browsers.

Google Chrome

Starting or deactivating cookies
1. Click the icon of the Chrome menu
2. Select Settings
3. At the bottom of the page, click Show Advanced Settings
4. Click Content Settings on "Privacy"
5. Start or deactivate cookies
6. Select Allow saving of the local data (advised) to start cookies
7. Select Stop the sites to set data to deactivate cookies
8. Click End to save

If you prefer that a record of your visits and downloads is not stored in Google Chrome, you can surf the Web in surfing under an assumed name mode.

Opening a window of surfing under an assumed name

A surfing window under an assumed name has a different look from a normal window. The upper side of a surfing window under an assumed name is grey or dark blue according to the computer or device.

Escaping from the surfing mode under an assumed name

To escape from the surfing mode under an assumed name you can :
- Click the X icon at the corner of the window
- Use the quick control of the keypad Alt+F4 (Windows and Linux) or -Capital letters-W (Mac).
- Close the last card. Also the window will be closed

How does it work?

- The chronology of surfing is not registered. The viewed web pages and the downloaded files on surfing mode under an assumed name are not registered in the chronologies of surfing and downloadings.
- Cookies are removed. All the new cookies are removed after closing all the surfing windows under an assumed name.
- You can easily pass from the surfing mode under an assumed name to a normal one and viceversa. You can open some surfing windows under an assumed name and, at the same time, you can pass to a mode to another one.
- Extensions are deactivated. In the surfing windows under an assumed name the extensions are deactivated. This is why Google Chrome does not check the managing mode of your personal data from the extensions. If you like that an extension is viewed in the surfing windows under an assumed name, select the check box Allow the mode under an assumed name concerning the extension.

Stored data

Chrome stores the updatings of the Favourite sites and the general settings.

Chrome stores any changes carried out the Favourite sites or the general settings on surfing modes under an assumed name.

Websites could keep a record of your visit.

A surfing under an assumed name has the sole aim to prevent Google Chrome to store some information on the websites you visited. On the visited websites could be stored some records of your visit. Furthermore all the files saved on your computer or mobile devices are kept. 

Internet Explorer

Make the folllowing procedure to delete cookies :
1. Click start to open Internet Explorer. Type in Internet Explorer in the searching box and then click Internet Explorer in the list of the results
2. Click Tools and then choose Internet Options
3. Click the General card and then click Delete in exploration Chronology
4. Select the Cookie checking box and then click Delete if it is not already selected. Select or deselect the checking boxes concerning any other options you like to remove. Select the Keep data checking box on the favourite websites to keep the cookies for the saved favourite sites.



Favourite sites for cookies
Favourite sites > Advanced > Cookie. These settings allow to configure the management of cookies in Opera. The default accepts all cookies.

Accepts cookies All cookies are accepted.

Accepts cookies only from the website you visit.

Cookies of the third parties and sent from a different domain from the one you are visiting are refused.

Never accept cookies
All cookies are refused

Delete new cookies when you exit from Opera
Some websites need cookies to run well. In this case, if you like to avoid that the sent cookies are kept between a surfing session and another one, start the option Delete new cookies when you exit from Opera.

Ask before accepting a cookie
To decide what to do of the cookies you received, time by time, select Ask before accepting a cookie. Doing so, at each new cookie, the cookie dialog box containing information on the origin of the cookie and its features will be viewed.

Management of cookies
The manager of cookies allows to examine and modify the cookies saved in Opera. The Management of cookies button opens a window containing a list of folders, each of them identified by a domain. After using the quick searching field to localize a domain, open the concerning folder to view all the connected cookies.

The dialog box of cookies
The dialog box of cookies is viewed each time a website offers a cookie but only if the option Ask before accepting a cookie is started in Favourite sites > Advanced > Cookie. The dialog box views the origin of the cookie and its features and allows to choose if you like to accept or refuse it.

Force the removal when you exit from Opera
Tick off the Force removal when you exit from Opera box so that the cookie is removed at the end of the session independently from the maturity date.

Remind the choice for all cookies for this domain
To accept or refuse all cookies set for the same domain tick off  Remind the choice for all cookies for this domain box. Doing so, at the next offer for a cookie for the same domain, the dialog box will not be shown anymore.

Details on cookies
Click Details on cookies to view all the features.



To set the block of cookies
Touch Block cookies and choose “Never”, "Of third parties and advertisers” or "Always". Cookies are information of the websites stored on a device to remind the user at the next visit to the sites themselves. This is done in such a way that a web page can be tailored according to the received information.

Note: some pages could run only if cookies are accepted.

To start or deactivate JavaScript
Click Advanced and start or ddeactivate the corresponding option. JavaScript allows the web programmers to check the portions of the page. As instance, a page using JavaScript could view real date and hour or open a link in a new pop-up window.

To remove information from a device
- To delete your chronology from Safari touch Settings > Safari > Delete chronology.
- To delete all cookies from Safari touch Settings > Safari > Delete cookies and data.
- To delete other information stored by Safari touch Advanced > Data of the websites > Remove all data of the websites.



To verify or modify your settings:
- Click menu and select Options.
- Select the Privacy panel.
- On chronology Settings : select Use tailored settings.
- To start cookies tick off Accepts cookies from the sites; to deactivate them remove the tick off.
- If there are any problems with cookies, make sure that also the option Accepts cookies of third parties is not set on Never.
- Choose the time for which cookies can be stored:
a) Keep them until the maturity: cookies will be removed when they get the maturity date  (date set by the site sending cookies).
b) Keep them until closing Firefox: the cookies stored in your computer will be removed at Firefox closing.
c) Keep them until Ask each time: view a warnig each time a website tries to set a cookie and asks the user if he likes that the cookie will be saved.
- Click OK to close the option window.

Delete cookies for a specific site
1. Click menu and select Options.
2. Select the Privacy panel.
3. Chronology Settings: select Use tailored settings.
4. Click Show cookies. The Cookie window will be viewed.
5. In the Search field type in the name of the site containing the cookies you like to remove. A list with the cookies concerning the search you made will be shown.
6. Inside the list select the cookies to remove and click Remove cookies.
7. To select all the cookies in the list select the first one and press Capital letters+End.
8. Click Close on Close the Cookie window.
9. Click OK to close the window of options.

Delete all cookies
1. Click menu, select Chronology and then Delete Recent Chronology.
2. From descending menu select Interval to be deleted: select All.
3. Click the arrow next to Details to view the list of the portions to be deleted.
4. Select Cookie and make sure that any other portions you like to keep are selected.
5. Click Delete to remove cookies then close the Delete all chronology window.

To block cookies of a specific site
- Visit the site you like to stop the chance to set cookies .
- Click the right button positioning the cursor of the mouse inside the page and select Information on the page.
- In the Information on the page window select the Pass panel.
- At Setting cookies remove the tick off from Use defaults. Select the Block option.
- Close the Information on the page window.
- Remove all the cookies that the site has already set in Firefox.

View the list of the blocked websites
- Click menu and select Options.
- Select the Privacy panel.
- In Chronology Settings: select Use tailored settings.
- Next to Accepts cookies from the sites click the Exception button.

To block cookies of all the sites
- Click menu and select Options.
- Select the Privacy panel .
- In Chronology Settings: select Use tailored settings.
- Remove the tick off from Accepts cookies from the sites.
- Click OK to close the option window.

Deactivate cookies of third parties
Cookies of the third parties are cookies set by a website different from that one you are visiting. As instance, the cnn.com site could contain a button “I like” of Facebook inside it. That button will set a cookie that can be read in Facebook. This could be considered like a cookie of third parties.
Some advertisers use these kinds of cookies to keep a trace of the user’s visits on all the sites on which they offer services. If a user thinks that this kind of traceability can cause his/her worry and interference in his/her privacy, in Firefox you can deactivate cookies of third parties.

- Deactivating cookies of third parties can prevent, in certain circumstances, the tracing from the part of the advertisers but not of all of them.
- Some websites (such as Hotmail by Microsoft, MSN and mail boxes by Windows Live Mail) use cookies of third parties for aims not necessarily linked with privacy and their deactivation can interfere with a correct running of those sites.

Settings of  cookies of third parties are available in the window of the Privacy panel of the Option in Firefox:
- Click menu and select Options.
- Select the Privacy panel.
- Chronology Settings: select Use the tailored settings.
- Set the Accept cookies of third parties option on “Never”.

Note: if you surf with this kind of setting and you realize that you can’t rightly view some favourite websites, an intermediate solution is setting the option Accepts cookies of third parties on “the visited sites”. That setting allows to accepts cookies of third parties from websites you have previously visited.



Cart empty

© Società Agricola F.lli Gorini Piante s.s - All rigths are Reserved. P.Iva: IT01104390479 - Cookies Policy | Privacy Policy