Food Services Consultant Privacy Policy

Introduction

The privacy of our clients is very important to us therefore the following policy outlines what information is collected and what we do with the information you have provided to Ramsay Todd Consultancy.

1. The Information Collected

Information is collected from our website when you fill in and send information via our enquiry form. We also collect data from the search engines however at this time we do not use cookies. Any changes to our data collection will be included within a revised privacy policy statement. Any information we collect while working with you is held by us and only accessed by us. If you wish any of your data to be removed from our files, please contact us via email to info@ramsaytodd.co.uk with your request.

2.  The Purpose of the Information

The information you have supplied in the enquiry form is purely to enable us to contact you to discuss your requirements. It will remain on file and we reserve the right to contact you further from time to time. Our search engine data is used in order to assist us with identifying how many visitors we have to our site. In order to maximise the usage of our website we need to understand how people found our website. 

3.  Access by Third parties

Information is not supplied to third parties.

4.  Queries

If you have any queries or concerns about the use of our website please contact us at info@ramsaytodd.co.uk where we will endeavour to answer your questions promptly.

Catering Consultancy News

where you can read our latest news

Rattling The Supply Chain at Hotelympia ExCel

Come and join me and the debate at Hotelympia, ExCel to debate 'Transparency in the supply chain' and 'Ethical…
CONTINUE READING

How Will Fish Stocks Be Managed Sustainably In 2018?

Sustainable fishing - Our concern for the impact we are having on our environment is being considered in this…
CONTINUE READING

Catering Industry Tackles War on Plastic

How the catering industry tackles overuse of plastic bottles and containers to demonstrate their corporate social…
CONTINUE READING