At The world nature, we use cookies and other tracking technologies on our website and applications in a number of ways. That is why we believe that it is important to explain what cookies  and why we use them. We have described all the details below, so we recommend that you read our policy carefully to better understand how we use cookies and what your options are.

We value your privacy, which is why we always handle any personal data collected in accordance with The world nature’s Privacy Policy. You will find the definitions of the terms in capital letters in our Terms of Use.

What are cookies?

A cookie is a small piece of data that is entered in the browser of your computer or mobile device. Cookies use different methods to publish or read data on user devices, such as your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone. They do this to help us recognize your device or store your preferences. The most popular cookies are small (text) files that are stored on devices and can be re-identified at a later stage. We also use other tracking techniques, such as javascript, web beacons (tags) (small blocks of code installed on a web page, application or advertisement that can retrieve certain information about the device and browser you use), or the fingerprints of the device. , mobile device identifiers, and tracking URLs. In this Cookie Policy, we refer to all of these technologies “cookies”.

How long do The world nature cookies remain active?

The cookies we use vary in their useful life. A “session cookie” will expire when you close your browser, while a “persistent cookie” will remain on your device for longer. See our cookie overview for specific storage periods.


For questions related to this Cookie Policy and the use of cookies on our Online
Platform, you can always contact us by sending an email to