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The www.saint-jean.fr/en website is the property of SAINT JEAN

Service publisher
SAINT JEAN SAS with capital of 1 219 520€ registered in the Trade and Companies Register under number: RCS ROMANS B311 821 268SIREN NUMBER: 311 821 268VAT identification number: FR 84 311 821 268Registered office: SAINT JEAN SAS - 44 avenue des Allobroges - 26100 ROMANSTelephone number : +33 4 75 05 83 80Fax number: +33 4 75 02 67 15Publication manager: Mr Guillaume Blanloeil

This site was developed by Agence Félix
4bis, avenue du Pont de Tasset
74960 Cran-Gevrier / Annecy

Téléphone number: +33 4 50 67 18 55

Service host
This site is hosted by Kyxar40, bd de la Libération26100 Romans

Telephone number: +33 4 75 72 04 15

Do you have a question?
You can contact our company reception on the following telephone number: 04 75 05 83 80If your request concerns our products / the Saint Jean consumer service / the Saint Jean quality service, send your request directly by e-mail to qualité.clients@saint-jean.frIf your question / comment is of a more general nature, please send it directly to contact@saint-jean.fr


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Introduction to cookies :

A cookie is a file in which information relating to your browsing is recorded. It is saved on your hard drive by your browser (like the history, for example) when you visit a site. This small file enables the server containing the site to identify and recognise you for the duration of the cookie's lifetime.

Why use cookies?

There are 3 types of cookie that we may use.Most technical cookies (such as session cookies) are essential for the website to function properly. Deleting them may cause browsing difficulties.

1- Technical cookies
Technical cookies are essential to the operation of the site. They enable access to protected areas (such as pro areas, for example) using personal identifiers (login and session password).They generally have a very short lifespan. 

2- Statistics cookies (web analytics)
These cookies collect your connection information so that the site owner can find out the number of visits to its site, the average visit time, the pages most visited, from which browser, etc. 

Google Analytics generates a cookie with a unique identifier that collects your IP address in order to find out the city from which you are connecting, but without ever knowing which computer or which physical person you really are.

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How do I manage cookies?

You have several options for managing cookies. Any settings you make may affect your browsing on the Internet and your conditions of access to certain services requiring the use of cookies.

You can choose at any time to express and modify your wishes with regard to cookies, by the means described below.

Settings :

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In accordance with the provisions of articles L 611-1 and R 612-1 et seq. of the Consumer Code concerning the amicable settlement of disputes: When the consumer has sent a written complaint to the professional and has not obtained satisfaction or a response within two months, he may submit his complaint free of charge to the consumer mediator. The matter must be referred to the mediator within one year of the initial complaint.

The mediator is Médiation de la Consommation & Patrimoine. It can be contacted directly online at the following address:

www.mcpmediation.org - or by post SARL Mediation de la Consommation & Patrimoine - 12 square Desnouettes - 75015 PARIS

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