Cookie Policy

Cookie Policy Cookie Policy

Frupor uses ‘Cookies’ on its website to improve the visitor’s user experience.


“Cookies” are data files a website sends to users’ computers while they are visiting that site. These data files include information that enables important data to be stored in order to make the user’s navigation more efficient and useful. This website uses Cookies for several purposes, namely to obtain non-personal data of online visitors, to verify which content users are most interested in, the time each user spends on the website, how long it takes to load content, among others

In order to install certain Cookies on your device, we require your prior consent, which is why a notification appears regarding this subject when you navigate Frupor websites. This warning states that Frupor will assume that users accept the installation of Cookies unless they state otherwise.


Visitors to this website use several computers and web browsers. To make their visits as simple as possible, the browser type (for example, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox) is automatically stored, as well as the operating system used (for example, Windows, Macintosh, Android), and the name of the Internet service provider domain.

On each visit, the Vicentino website records one or more Cookies on the visitor’s computer, which are used to register and customise the visit. These Cookies do not save or collect personal information. Visitors can control what Cookies are stored on their computer through their browser at all times.

Refusal to accept Cookies may result in the inability to access certain parts of the website and the content will not be adapted to the user’s preferences.


Frupor uses the following types of Cookies on its Vicentino website:

Session Cookies: Temporary Cookies that remain on the user’s browser until leaving the website. The information they store enables secure management of the various operations carried out by users during an access session to our site. These Cookies store the following data:

Session Data: A code produced internally by the technological platform responsible for making the site available and which generates an encrypted temporary session code in order to associate the user’s equipment with an application session on that platform.

Persistent Cookies: Cookies that are stored in users’ browsers and are used whenever they revisit the website.


Essential Cookies – Some cookies are essential to access specific sections of our website. They enable navigation on the site and use of its applications, as well as access to secure parts of the site via login. Certain services cannot be provided without these Cookies. Generally, users’ prior consent is not necessary to install essential Cookies on their device when they access the website.

These Cookies store the following data:

– User ID – Code generated by Frupor that unequivocally identifies a user on the site.

– User Profile – Identification of the authorisation profile associated with the UserID and which enables the user access to the features available on a certain site.

These essential Cookies are installed for a period of 2 weeks.

Analytics Cookies — Used anonymously for the purpose of creating and analysing statistics, in order to improve the website’s operation.

These cookies store the following data found in the link:

Analytics Cookies are stored for different periods of time depending on the type of cookies recorded. To check the periods for each type of cookie please go to

Functional Cookies — Store user preferences regarding use of the site, in order to avoid resetting the site each time the user visits it.

These Cookies store the following data:

_icl_current_language– Stores the current language

_icl_current_admin_language_{hash}– Stores the current WordPress administration area language.

_icl_visitor_lang_js– Stores the redirected language.

wpml_browser_redirect_test– Tests if cookies are enabled.

wpml_referer_url– Stores the last requested URL on the front-end.

wpml_admin_referer_url– Stores the last requested URL on the back-end.

Functional Cookies are stored until users clear the cookies from their browser.

What if the user does not want to accept the cookies?

If users do not want to accept Cookies, they can configure their computer at any time to be notified whenever a Cookie is being sent, or disable and block all Cookies via their browser.

Users should check their browser’s “help” menu to find the best way to alter or update their Cookies.

For more information about Cookies and how to prevent them from being installed, or how to delete existing Cookies from a hard drive, users can visit the following website:


This website contains links to third party websites. These links are provided solely for the user’s convenience. Frupor does not endorse nor is responsible for any of those third party websites and will not be held responsible for their content. Users accessing any such websites do so entirely at their own risk.


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