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The protection of personal data is governed in France, by the General Data Protection Regulation of April 27, 2016, better known as the RGPD and by the amended Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978.

GreenYellow (hereinafter referred to as "we" or "us"), whose registered office is at Tour Initiale - 1 Terrasse Bellini, 92800 Puteaux, registered with the Nanterre Trade and Companies Registry under number 501 657 399, represented by its Chairman, GreenYellow Holding, a société par actions simplifiée with share capital of 127,023,545.60 euros, whose registered office is at Tour Initiale - 1 Terrasse Bellini, 92800 Puteaux, registered with the Nanterre Trade and Companies Registry under number 917 419 798.

As data controller, we are committed to protecting the data of our customers and prospects (hereinafter referred to as "you"), which we process for the purposes of our business. This is why we are committed to respecting the essential principles applicable to the protection of personal data.


To this end, this policy explains how we deposit and use cookies on the site. We also tell you how you can manage your cookie preferences.


1. What is a cookie?     

A cookie can be described as a "tracer" or "cookie", deposited, recorded and/or read by the Internet user's browser when he or she visits a website, installs an application or uses software or a mobile application.

There are 4 types of cookies:

  • cookies for technical use ("essential") are necessary to use a service or access content on the site. The user's consent is therefore not required for them to be deposited.
  • analysis and performance cookies enable us to carry out various measurements, such as the number of visitors or the pages they visit. In principle, the placement of these cookies requires your consent, with some exceptions.
  • advertising or targeting cookies record data that can be used to control the display of advertisements to specific Internet users. You must give your consent for these cookies to be deposited.
  • third-party cookies designed to improve site interactivity, content sharing and user-friendliness. These include cookies offered by third-party sites such as social networks (sharing buttons). The placement of these cookies requires your consent.


2. What cookies are used?

The names of the cookies that may be deposited or read on your terminal, their purposes and their retention periods are summarized in the following tables:

2.1 Technical ("essential") cookies


List of technical cookies

2.2 Analysis and performance cookies, and third-party cookies


Analysis and performance cookies, and third-party cookies

Link to Matomo's privacy policy: https:


2.3 Advertising or targeting cookies


Advertising or targeting cookies

Link to Google Analytics privacy policy:  


3. When are cookies stored?

When you visit our websites, you are informed that cookies may be installed on your equipment (computer, tablet or smartphone). Similarly, cookies may be deposited on your terminal via e-mails sent to you or when you install software or a mobile application. These cookies may be placed by us, as the publisher of the aforementioned digital spaces, or by third parties, who may act on our behalf as subcontractors or in their own interests.

4. How do I configure the use of cookies?

Your choice will be kept for a maximum of 6 months. We offer you the possibility to configure your cookie settings, i.e. to accept or refuse all or some of the cookies placed on our digital spaces. You can do this by :

- or by using the management tool accessible at any time via the following link: Set your preferences

- or by configuring your browser. To do this, each browser has its own specific features, and settings are relatively easy to access via the help menus of each one. By way of example :

We cannot guarantee the continuity of these URLs, nor the quality of the information they contain.

For mobile applications, e-mail and social networks, we invite you to refer to your account settings options, which differ according to platforms and operators, but enable you to control the data collected about you. We would like to draw your attention to the fact that deactivating certain types of cookies may have consequences on the use of our services, such as: restricted access to a service, page or content or, in general, a limited customer experience (e.g. repetitive entry of the same information in fields to be completed).

5. Contacts

To find out more, and to exercise your rights, please consult our Data Protection Policy available on our website

You have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority, in France the Cnil.
You can also contact our Data Protection Officer (DPO) at the following address:

This policy will be updated as necessary.

May 2022 version