Privacy and Cookies

Cow Hills Retail BV ('Cow Hills') values your privacy. Therefore we always ensure that personal information you provide to us or that we obtain ourselves will be treated confidentially.

The following policy implements the obligation to inform the person(s) whose personal data are processed by Cow Hills. This policy is in accordance with the obligations of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).


Cow Hills may process the following personal data about you, among other things:

Cow Hills uses this personal information because you have provided it to us. For example when entering into an agreement with us, by entering your details on our website, providing your business card or by applying to our company. In addition, we may also obtain your personal information from other sources, such as the Trade Register or other public sources.


Cow Hills uses your personal data exclusively for the following purposes:


Cow Hills can only process personal data about you on the basis of one or more of the lawfulness bases:


Cow Hills will not retain your personal data longer than is necessary to achieve the purposes stated in this policy or to comply with applicable laws and regulations. Your personal data will then be deleted or destroyed.


For the processing of your personal data, Cow Hills may engage service providers (processors) who only process personal data on our behalf. Cow Hills concludes a processing agreement with these processors that meets the requirements of the GDPR.


Cow Hills only shares your personal data with third parties to the extent necessary for our services and for the above mentioned purposes. Only if there is a legal obligation to do so can Cow Hills provide personal data to a third party, such as a supervisor or other (competent) government agency. The transfer of your personal data to such third parties takes place exclusively for the purposes stated in this policy and on the basis of the principles stated in this policy.

Third parties engaged by Cow Hills, who offer services as data controllers, are responsible for the (further) processing of personal data themselves for compliance with the applicable laws and regulations. A processing agreement will be concluded with third parties who process personal data on behalf of and on the instructions of Cow Hills, as a result of which the third party is also obliged to comply with the GDPR.


Cow Hills does not use cookies on this website.


Because Cow Hills values your privacy, security is of great importance. Cow Hills has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect your personal data against unauthorized or unlawful processing and against loss, destruction, damage, alteration or disclosure. All information is treated very confidentially by Cow Hills and is stored on secure servers.


On the basis of the law, everyone has a number of rights regarding his/her personal data and the processing thereof. In this context, you have the following rights:

* You should take into account that there may be circumstances in which the in which we are obliged to retain your data in order to be able to send our comply with legal and regulatory obligations

To ensure that we provide the relevant personal data to the correct person on the basis of your request, we ask you to provide a copy of a valid passport, driving license or identity document with a protected passport photo and national identification number (BSN) for verification. Cow Hills will only process requests that relate to your own personal data.


Developments follow fast and therefore sometimes something can change in the personal data we ask from you and/or the way we use or process your personal data. The regulations may also change. Changes to our privacy policy are published on the Cow Hills website. We therefore advise you to consult our website regularly.


If you have any further questions, requests or complaints about the processing of your personal data, please contact We will be happy to help you find a solution. Should this not be possible, you can always contact the Dutch Data Protection Authority.