The website is published by:
85 rue de l’Hérault

Person legally responsible for website content: Coralie Bougon, Product Manager

‘Hosted by:
13 rue des Arquebusiers
75003 Paris
Contact: Eric Vincent


Please contact us with all your questions or requests for information by email at the following address: [email protected]

This email address is protected against spam bots. Your browser must accept Javascript in order to be able to view it. You can also contact us by post.

Product distribution in Martinique:
Our products are distributed by ROGER ALBERT DISTRIBUTION, Zone de Gros La Jambette, 97232 LE LAMENTIN

Hypertext links

No links may be created to the website without the prior consent of the person legally responsible for website content.

Privacy policy and cookies

Identity of the entity responsible for processing

COFEPP, a limited company (société anonyme) with a capital of 5,900,000 euros, registered in the Créteil Trade and Companies Register under number 572 056 331, with TVA number FR 94 572 056 331. Its head office is located at 18 rue de l’entrepôt, 94227 CHARENTON LE PONT CEDEX.


User: any physical person, whether or not they have a personal user account, who uses the website or one of the services proposed by it.

Website: the website

Data collection and the purpose for which the data is processed is likely to collect personal data concerning users browsing, consulting and/or ordering on our website, in particular by the use of cookies in accordance with the current legislation.

Data is collected when the user:

signs up for the newsletters or alerts offered by
contacts the customer service by any means of communication at their disposal;

takes part in a promotional game / competition;
browses the website and consults articles;
completes a form or questionnaire on the website.
The data collected is required for the following processing:

Sending commercial material (see “Newsletters” paragraph);
Providing plugins (buttons) to share on social media;
Setting up promotional games / competitions;
Producing statistics for audience measurement and market research;

Creating accounts, forms and questionnaires

The user must complete all the fields on the form to create a personal user account or any information form on the website, except for optional fields which are not marked with an asterisk. Optional information is collected by, helping us to know our website users better.

All information marked with an asterisk is required. The user must provide this information.

If this information is not provided, the user account will not be created or the information form will not be validated. This means that will not respond to the user’s requests.

Recipients of the data

The data collected is intended for the use of The data may be disclosed to commercial partners and advertising agencies. It may also be disclosed to the police following a court order.

The data may also be processed by subcontractors used by in order to personalize the website contents.

Your right to access, rectify and delete your personal data

The user is informed that this automated processing of personal data has been declared to the CNIL (French National Commission on Information Technology and Liberties). In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, amended, the user has the right to access, rectify and delete their personal data. The user may object to the processing of their personal data.

To do so, complete the contact form on the website and specify in the message “Right of access, rectification or opposition to the processing of my personal data”.

Our team will contact you. The user must state their last name, first name and postal address. The request must be signed and accompanied by a valid form of identification bearing their signature. The user must specify the address to which the response is to be sent. must respond within two months of receiving the user’s request. At the end of this period, the customer may refer the matter to the CNIL in the event that a negative response or no response is received from

How long we keep your data retains personal data for a period of five years after relations with the customer or prospect have ended. This period starts from the last order received, or the last time the user logs into their personal account, or the last call to customer services, or the last time an email is sent to customer services, or the last time the user clicks on a hypertext link in an email sent by, or the last time products are placed in the customer’s basket without the customer completing the purchase, or the last time a positive response is received to an email asking whether the customer wishes to continue to receive commercial material at the end of the five-year period. At the end of this period, data concerning the customer or prospect will be made anonymous.

Nevertheless, data constituting proof of a right or a contract, or retained in order to comply with a legal obligation may be archived in accordance with the legal measures currently in force.

What we do with your personal data after your death informs the user that they may give instructions while they are still alive concerning the storage, deletion and transfer of their personal data after their death. These instructions may be general or specific. The user can modify or withdraw their instructions at any time. To do so, the user can send an email to [email protected].

Letters and telephone numbers

The customer’s postal address and telephone number are required to process and manage orders and for commercial relations between and the customer. uses this personal data for the purpose of commercial prospection. The customer may object to this at any time, easily and at no cost. To do so, the user can send an email to [email protected] may also use the customer’s mobile phone number to manage orders and for commercial prospection purposes. The customer may object to this at any time, easily and at no cost. To do so, the user can send an email to [email protected].


What are cookies?

A cookie is a small text file placed or stored on your terminal (computer, tablet or mobile device) when you visit a website. The cookie enables a website to recognise you, help you browse from page to page on a website, provide secure connections and remember your preferences the next time you visit. uses cookies to recognise users (whether or not they are customers) when they connect to the website. also uses the browser’s “Localstorage” which uses the same operating principle as cookies. Deleting cookies also deletes the browser’s “Localstorage”.

Deleting cookies

The user can disable the cookies saved on their terminal at any time. To do so, select the appropriate settings in your browser. However, disabling cookies will prevent access to some of the website’s functions enabling the personalisation of the services offered by

What types of cookie do we use

Essential cookies: these cookies enable you to browse the website and are essential for the website to function correctly. Disabling them will make it difficult to use the website and will prevent access to some functions.
Functional cookies: these cookies allow us to save your preferences and choices in order to personalise your experience on the website.
Performance and statistics cookies: these cookies gather data on how users visit the website (number of visits, number of pages consulted, visitor activity) via the Google Analytics and Facebook analysis tools. These cookies also enable us to detect and resolve problems with website functioning and improve it.
Partner cookies: these cookies placed on the terminal by partner companies are used to identify the articles consulted or purchased on the website and collect browsing data in order to personalise the advertising offers addressed to the customer outside the website. In the context of this type of partner advertising, may transmit data to the partner concerning the articles consulted by the user while browsing the website and the type of purchases they made. The user can refuse these cookies at any time by selecting the appropriate settings on their browser. Refusing these cookies will prevent access to some of the functions offered by partner companies of
Social network buttons: provides web users with sharing buttons such as Facebook and Twitter (see “Social network plugins” paragraph below).

Cookie management

The way cookies and your choices are managed is different for each browser. It is described in the browser help menu where you can find out how to change your cookie settings.

Disabling cookies via the main browsers:

Internet Explorer

In the “Tools” menu, select “Internet Options”
2) Click on the “Privacy” tab

3) Click on the “Advanced” button to open the “Advanced privacy settings” window.

4) Select the “Ignore automatic cookie management” box, then select “Reject” and save your preferences by clicking “OK”.

Mozilla Firefox

In the menu at the top of the page, click “Tools” then “Options
Select the “Privacy” tab
Configure the “Retention rules” menu, click on the “Use custom settings for history” option
Deselect the “Accept third-party cookies” box and save your preferences by clicking on “OK”.

Google Chrome

Click on “Settings” in the menu, then “Show Advanced settings”
Select the “Privacy” tab, then the “Content settings” menu.
Select the “Block cookies and data from third-party sites” box and save your preferences by clicking on “OK”.


1) In the menu at the top of the page, click on “Safari” then “Preferences

Click on the “Confidentiality” tab
Deselect the “Accept cookies” box and save your preferences.

Disable via an interprofessional platform

You can also go to the Youronlinechoices website proposed by digital advertising professionals in the EDAA (European Digital Advertising Alliance) and managed in France by the Interactive Advertising Bureau France. This European platform is shared by hundreds of Internet advertising professionals and constitutes a centralised interface enabling you to express your refusal or acceptance of cookies likely to be used in order to adapt the advertising which may be displayed while browsing on your terminal: informs the user that this procedure will not prevent advertising being displayed on the websites you visit. It will only block technologies allowing advertising to be adapted to your centres of interest.

Web beacons uses web beacons on some of the website pages enabling the number of visitors to the page to be counted. These web beacons can be used with some of our commercial partners, in particular to measure and improve the effectiveness of some advertising. The data collected via these web beacons is anonymous and gives information about the use of some of the website pages in order to better help users of our website.

Social network plugins

The website uses plugins for social network such as Facebook and Twitter (See below “Social networks). For example, if the user is connected to Facebook when browsing the website, Facebook will be able to directly link their visit to their Facebook user account even if the user did not use the sharing button. If the user interacts via the plugins, e.g. by clicking on the “Like” button or by leaving a comment, the corresponding information will be sent and saved on a Facebook server. It will be published on the user’s Facebook account. does not manage the data collected by social networks via the buttons. The user must consult the personal data protection policy published by the relevant social network in order to find out how the data retrieved by the latter is processed and used, and the settings you can use to protect your privacy. If the user does not want the social network to link the data collected via to their social network account, they must first log out of the social network before visiting the website.

Security measures taken by to ensure personal data protection uses industry standard technical measures to maintain the integrity, security and confidentiality of your personal data, in particular to prevent it being deformed, damaged or transmitted to any unauthorised parties.

Preventing and combating fraud

Data collected is also used to prevent and combat fraud, in particular bank card fraud. reserves the right to check the personal data transmitted by the customer when placing their order and to adopt all measures deemed necessary to verify that the person whose bank account is debited is the person placing the order to avoid any fraudulent payment. This may lead us to request proof of identity and/or address.

If the customer fails to respond, reserves the right to cancel the customer’s order.

Recruitment and job applications

The personal data collected is processed in accordance with the Act of 6 January 1978 for the management and follow-up of applications using recruitment software on our website. The entity responsible for processing is (see “Identity of the entity responsible for processing”).

The data collected is intended for use by and is kept for a period of two years as from the last contact with the candidate.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of 6 January 1978, amended, candidates have the right to access, modify, rectify and delete their personal data. The candidate may object to their contact details being disclosed. To do so, the candidate can send an email to [email protected]

The candidate shall state their last name, first name and postal address. The request must be signed and must specify the address to which the answer is to be sent. An answer will be sent within two months following receipt of the request, date as per postmark.

Hypertext links

SAINT JAMES may provide hypertext links towards other websites. These hypertext links do not in any way incur the liability of SAINT JAMES, which
disclaims any responsibility with regard to the content, privacy practices and terms of use of these websites, over which it has no control SAINT JAMES cannot guarantee the accuracy or thoroughness of any of the information provided on these websites.
Therefore SAINT JAMES cannot be responsible for the use of the information you supply on these websites.