Personal data will be processed in full compliance with Italian Legislative Decree 196 dated 30 June 2003 for purposes related to the management of promotional activities, for sending advertising material or for carrying out market research or commercial communication. The promoter shall ensure that the data can be corrected or deleted, as required by Article 7 of the aforementioned Legislative Decree. The data processor is:
PASTIFICIO RISCOSSA F.LLI MASTROMAURO S.P.A.
SP 231 ex SS 98 Km. 48+360 - 70033 Corato (BA) Italy
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