Legal Notices

Website manager


PermaFungi SCRL-FS

Avenue du Port 86C/99, 1000 Bruxelles

TVA BE0546704074


Privacy Policy


The records you provide, such as your name, address, email address and telephone number, are necessary for the treatment, payment and shipping of your orders. Some of those records can be transmitted to the companies in charge of the shipping. They will be retained in our data base for a limited period of 3 years. After this period, the data related to the inactive users on our website will be definitively deleted. Your banking data will be kept until your payment has been effectively accepted. 

 We do not sell your personal data to third parties.

By subscribing to our newsletter, you agree to receive promotional or informative emails. At any time, you can decide to unsubscribe to our newsletter by clicking on the link created for this purpose at the bottom of all the pages of our emails.

You have a permanent right of access and correction on all your data, in accordance with the national laws in force. You may contact us to request access to your personal data, by email at

In the event of a dispute, you have the right to lodge a complaint before a control authority or before the Commission for the Protection of Privacy.

Use of Cookies


In order to allow you to surf on our website in the most effective manner, we use cookies that are stored on your computer. These data also allow us to generate statistics based on our website visitors’ data and allow us to send email reminders to customers who did not complete a purchase. Thus, when you add a product in the basket without placing an order, the product is conserved for a period of 90 days.


Before keeping on exploring our website, an alert message will ask you if you accept the use of cookies. You can choose via the personal settings of your computer or browser to accept or reject these cookies. If you refuse cookies, we cannot guarantee access to all the features of our website.


Use of tracking tools


We use two tools to analyse the traffic of our website and the behaviour of the users: the Facebook pixel and Google Analytics.


The Facebook pixel allows us to measure the effectiveness of our ads by following the actions taken by people on our website. The pixel is based on cookies that collect five types of data:

  1. Data related to the clicks: it includes the clicks on all the buttons that visitors pushed on, the buttons names, and all pages visited as a result of those clicks.
  2. HTTP headers: everything in the HTTP headers. HTTP headers are a standard web protocol sent when a browser requests access to a server on the Internet. HTTP headers include IP addresses, web browser information, page location, document title, the referring URL, and the person using the website
  3. Pixel specific data: it includes the pixel ID and the Facebook cookie.
  4.  Form field names: this refers to the website’s field names, such as “e-mail”, “address” and “quantity” when a customer purchases a product.
  5. Optional values: additional information about the visit using custom data events. Custom data events include conversion value, page type, and more.
  6. This data is collected by Facebook in agreement with the GDPR which requires that the data must be stored for a certain period of time and only for the purposes for which it was collected

This data is collected by Facebook in accordance with the GDPR, which requires that data be kept only as long as necessary for the purpose for which it was collected.

Google Analytics allows us to analyse the traffic on our website. Google Analytics cookies collect the following data:

  • numerical identifiers including cookies
  • Internet Protocol addresses and device identifiers
  • Customer IDs
  • You can disable tracking with these two tracking tools at any time by rejecting the cookies.