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Website’s owner and contact information
This website is operated and owned by:
Company name: New life Genetics ApS
CVR: DK35812482
Email customer service: contact(@)
Telephone customer service: +45 80828082 (Toll free for Europe)

What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small data file, which we save on your computer to keep track of what is happening during your visit and to recognise the computer. A cookie is not a programme and does not contain viruses.

The website’s use of cookies
Cookies are necessary to get the website to function. Cookies also helps us to keep track of your visit to the website, so we can constantly optimise and target the website to suit your needs and interests. Cookies remember, for example, what you have added to your basket, whether you have visited the site before, whether you are logged in and which language and currency you would like to have the website in.  [We may also use cookies to target our advertisers’ ads and optimise sales on the website.] Here is the overview of the website’s use of cookies and our partners in this regard:
Required cookies
These cookies are required in order for the website to provide a service, which the end user has explicitly requested. This could for example, be cookies, which are used to make the shopping basket to work.

•  The website’s content is stored and administered through a CMS platform. It sets cookies, which are used to recognise you, when you move around on the site and to remember if you are, for example, logged into My FDIH
•  We use FDIH’s cookie script to find out, to what extent you have been informed about the website’s use of cookies. FDIH stores no data in connection with these cookies

Preference cookies
These cookies are used to ensure the best possible user experience on the website. It is, for example, selected preferences such as language, currency or selections, which make navigation easier. No personally identifiable data is gathered with this type of cookies.

•  Videos embedded on the site are via YouTube. YouTube uses cookies, for example, to register which video is being displayed and how much of the film you have seen. YouTube cookies are so- called Flash cookies

Operation and optimisation cookies
These cookies are used for the operation of the website. They can, for example, count the number of visitors or other information, which will be used for analysis. They are also used in questionnaires. These cookies can, to a limited extent, gather data, which can be attributed to the individual user.

•  We use Google Analytics to analyse how users are using the website. The information gathered by the cookie about your use (traffic data, including your IP address) is transmitted to, and stored Google’s on servers in the United States. You can disable cookies from Google Analytics here:

Marketing – anonymous tracking across websites
These cookies are used to track users across their visits to several websites. These cookies can be used to build profiles, which show which searches each user has made, or which pages they have visited. These cookies can store data, which identifies the individual user or which contains specific information about the user. Anonymous data may be shared with a third party.

•  Ad This enables you to share the content of the site on social networks. When you share, Ad This will set cookies, which collect information about the pages you share and on which social network you are sharing it.
•  Cookies from Facebook are used to display a “Like” button and information about which of your Facebook friends like. Facebook also provides access to a statistics tool (Facebook Insights), which displays information about the use of Facebook.

Marketing – targeted advertising
These cookies are used to track search and reading habits. The information gathered is used to display personalised marketing content, such as banner ads. The use of these cookies may involve the storage and use of personal identifiable information for the display of customised content and/or sharing of this data with a third party for the same purpose. Any information, which is stored with the use of these cookies, may be resold to a third party.

•  We collaborate with the company Google ( on the use of the system Adwords for managing internet advertisements in an attempt to show you ads, which are relevant to you

How to reject or delete your cookies

Rejecting cookies
You can always reject cookies on your computer by changing the settings in your browser. Where you find the settings depends on which browser you use. However, please be aware that, if you do this, there are many features and services, you cannot use, because they require the website to remember the choices you make.

Deleting cookies
Cookies, which you have previously accepted, can subsequently be deleted easily. If you use a PC with an up to date browser, you can delete your cookies by using shortcut keys: CTRL + SHIFT + Delete If the shortcut keys do not work, and/or you are using a MAC, you need to start by finding out which browser you use and then clicking on the appropriate link:

Remember: If you are using several browsers, you must delete cookies in all of them.

Internet Explorer
• Mozilla Firefox
• Google Chrome
• Opera
• Safari 5.0
• Flash cookies (applies to all browsers)
• iPhone, iPad and other Apple devices
• Telephones with the Android operating system
• Telephones with Windows 7

Questions and complaint instructions

Do you have any questions?
If you have comments or questions relating to our information and/or treatment of personal information, please feel free to contact us on telephone +45 80828082 or email contact(@)

How to make a complaint regarding the website’s information about cookies The website is part of FDIH’s (Danish E-business Association) cookie trustmark and if you as a user believes that the website does not comply with cookie rules, you can therefore direct your complaint to FDIH.

Before you send your complaint to FDIH, the following prerequisites must be met:

•  You have previously complained directly to the person responsible for the website in question with a detailed description of where and in what respect the website does not comply with Danish instructions.
•  Your complaint has been rejected, or the situation has not been remedied within 30 working days following receipt of the complaint.

If you meet the above requirements, please send your complaint to FDIH on The complaint must include:

•  Your name
•  Your address
•  Your email
•  Your telephone number
•  The website’s www address
•  Detailed description of the contents of the complaint
•  Proof of your prior complaint to the website

FDIH will then deal with your complaint within a reasonable period of time. If the decision is in your favour, the cookie trustmark will be removed from the website.