A cookie is a file that will be downloaded to your computer when accessing certain web pages. Cookies allow a web page, among other things, to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a user or their equipment and, depending on the information they contain and the way their equipment is used, they can be used to recognize it.

However, these tools only obtain information related to the number of pages visited, the IP address and city from which it is accessed, the number of new users, the frequency and repetition of visits, the time of visit , the browser, operator or type of terminal from which the web is accessed.

These cookies are only associated with an anonymous user and his computer and do not provide references that allow the user’s name and surname to be deduced or access other data stored on the device.

Cookies cannot read data from your hard drive or read cookie files created by other service providers.

ARGAN MEADOW, S.L. use the following cookies:


pll_languageThis cookie is part of the tools used to create and to develop this web and it saves the language chosen in the navigation. It will expire a year after last update.

Third Party:

mailchimp_landing_siteThis cookie is required to integrate the web with the newsletter subscription management system (Mailchimp).
tk_aiCollection of internal metrics of user activity, pages visited and statistics used to improve user experience.

If you do not wish to accept third-party cookies, you can configure your browser, but you must keep in mind that disabling cookies may disable the functions offered by these third parties.

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Safari: Manage cookies

Frequently Asked Questions for Cookies

Why are there so many warnings about the use of ‘cookies‘?In 2012, a modification was introduced in article 22.2 of the Law on Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce (LSSICE) of 2002. Until then, it was assumed that web pages warned of the use of cookies in texts which included under the heading “Legal notice”, “Conditions of use”, “Terms of use”, “Data protection policy” … But it was considered insufficient.After the 2012 modification it was established that the user must consent to the use of cookies, after being duly informed of the purposes for which they are used.
What are the fines for breaching the cookie regulations?Minor infractions carry fines of up to 30,000 euros and serious ones can reach 150,000, although jurisprudence has never reached these extremes, normally establishing amounts of between 500 and 25,000 euros.
 Can I delete cookies from my computer?Yes, you can control or delete cookies whenever you want, although you can experience a different behavior on the web. You can also configure most browsers to stop accepting them. If you reject or delete them, some features of the website may not work properly.
 Are Cookies a danger to my computer? No, a cookie is a text file, it is not a program or plug-in. It cannot be used as a virus and cannot access your hard drive. It is the browser itself and not a person who saves the cookie of a web page when necessary.
 Can cookies fill my hard drive?Although cookies take up very little space (few kilobytes), as you browse the internet, the accumulation of these can take up a relatively large space on the hard drive. That is why browsers and operating systems themselves have their own automatic systems so that this does not happen, usually with a maximum number of cookies that can be stored. When that number is exceeded, the browser will automatically remove those that have been used less.
Who must comply with these regulations?·      Institutional business pages of the companies·      The corporate pages of freelancers, regardless of whether they are used to inform about their business or as online stores·      Online stores and other e-commerce platforms·      The media or blogs of individuals that include some type of advertising.·      This applies both to companies and professionals established in Spain and to those foreign websites aimed at the Spanish public