In accordance with the Information Society and E-Commerce Services Act 34/2002, of 11 July, the PRIVATE FOUNDATION OF THE COLLEGE OF THE GUILD OF CONFECTIONERS AND CHOCOLATE MUSEUM, (hereafter the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM), informs you that it is the owner of the website: In accordance with the requirements of article 10 of the aforementioned Act, the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM, informs you of the following data: the owner of this website is MUSEU DE XOCOLATA with the tax identity no. G61700720. Public body: CHOCOLATE MUSEUM, registered with the Ministry of Justice of Catalonia with the number 1331, and registered address: PLAÇA PONS I CLERCH, 1-2. Postcode: 08003. Town/city: BARCELONA, Province: BARCELONA. The contact e-mail address is:



Browsing to access and use the website and all the subdomains and directories included in it, as well as the services or content that can be obtained from it and all the domain portals owned by the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM grant the condition of User. This is accepted by everyone browsing the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM site, together with all the terms and conditions of use established here, without prejudice to the application of the corresponding regulations that must be complied with by law, as appropriate. For this reason, if you do not agree with the considerations set out this Legal Notice, please do not use this Website, as any use made of it or of the services and content included in it implies acceptance of the legal terms and conditions included in this text.

The website of the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM provides a wide range of information, services and data. Users accept their responsibility to use websites properly. This responsibility covers: The truthfulness and legality of the information provided by the User on the forms issued by the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM in order to access certain content or services offered on the website.

The use of the information, services and data offered by the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM must not contravene the provisions of these terms and conditions, the law, public morals, good practice or public order or which, in any other case, may infringe the rights of third parties or damage the operation of websites.

For this reason, Users must refrain from using any of the content for illicit purposes prohibited in this document, infringing the rights and interests of third parties or in any other way damaging, rendering unusable, overloading, damaging or impeding the normal use of content in any way that affects other website Users or any internet Users (hardware and software).

Users will be answerable for losses and damages of any kind suffered by the owner of the Website either directly or indirectly as a result of the breach of any of the obligations deriving from the use of the Website and from this privacy policy.

In particular, merely as an example, Users must not transmit, disseminate or make available to third parties information, data, content, messages, graphics, drawings, sound archives and/or images and photographs from the website.



THE PRIVATE FOUNDATION OF THE COLLEGE OF THE GUILD OF CONFECTIONERS AND CHOCOLATE MUSEUM accepts no responsibility for the content of the websites which the User may access via links established on its websites and states that under no circumstances will it examine or exercise any kind of control over the content of other internet sites.

Nor does it guarantee the technical availability, accuracy, truthfulness, validity or legality of sites it does not own which may be accessed via the links.

The CHOCOLATE MUSEUM states that it has adopted all measures necessary to prevent any damage that may result from browsing its website. As a result, the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM accepts no responsibility for any damage the User may suffer due to browsing the internet.

The CHOCOLATE MUSEUM accepts no liability for any damages or losses of any kind occurring to the User caused by errors or disconnections of the telecommunications networks causing the suspension, cancellation or interruption of the website services either during or before they are provided.

Access to the website implies no obligation by the company to check for the absence of viruses or any other elements harmful to computers. The availability of suitable tools for the detection and disinfection of harmful computer programs is always the User’s responsibility.

The CHOCOLATE MUSEUM accepts no liability for damage caused to Users’ computer equipment, documents and/or files or those of third parties during the provision of the service on the Website.



The Website may host advertising or sponsored content. Advertisers or sponsors are the only ones responsible for ensuring that material sent for inclusion on the website complies with the applicable laws in each case.

The CHOCOLATE MUSEUM accepts no responsibility for any error, inaccuracy or irregularity that may be contained in advertising or sponsored content.



The CHOCOLATE MUSEUM reserves the right to make whatever changes it sees fit to the content of its websites, without prior warning, including both the content of the websites and its terms and conditions of use or the general contracting terms and conditions. These changes may be made via its websites in any form admissible in law and they must be complied while they are published on the website until any subsequent modifications.



The CHOCOLATE MUSEUM reserves the right to use cookies when Users browse its websites to make browsing more personalised and convenient. In accordance with the company data protection policy, the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM informs you that the cookies are associated with an anonymous User and that person’s computer and in themselves they do not provide the User’s first name or surnames.

Users may configure their browsers to be warned when cookies are received and to prevent them being installed on their hard disks if they so wish. However, the installation of cookies is not essential to access the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM’s websites.

Users must refrain from reproducing, copying, distributing or making available in any other form of public communication, transforming or modifying the content without authorisation from the holder of the corresponding rights, unless this is permitted by law.



In accordance with the provisions of the Data Protection Act and EU General Regulation 2016/679 of the Parliament and the European Council concerning Personal Data Protection approved on 27 April 2016, the PRIVATE FOUNDATION OF THE COLLEGE OF THE GUILD OF CONFECTIONERS AND CHOCOLATE MUSEUM, informs Users of its websites that it is obliged to maintain professional secrecy with regard to the personal data collected by the company on forms on its pages. This obligation will continue even after our commercial or contractual relationship has ended, and under no circumstances may we make the personal data of customers or visitors to the website public without their consent. Children under 13 may not consent to a commercial enterprise collecting and processing their personal data, although their legal representatives (parents or tutors) may do so on their behalf. Commercial enterprises needing to process data from children aged under 13 must have the means of obtaining the consent of their parents or guardians, for example via an e-mail addressed to them containing a link to a computer form. Children under 13 may not be asked for data about their families except for identification and contact data concerning their parents or tutors.

This data will be entered in a computer file for which the website administrator of the PRIVATE FOUNDATION OF THE COLLEGE OF THE GUILD OF CONFECTIONERS AND CHOCOLATE MUSEUM is responsible in order to facilitate, streamline and comply with the commitments established between the two parties. In addition, the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM informs you of the possibility of exercising the right of access, allowing website users to find out what personal details the administrator of the site has and, in such a case, answer within a period of 30 days, provided the data is kept; rectification to correct errors, modify inaccurate or incomplete data and ensure the truthfulness of the information; objection, which can involve requesting and ensuring that data is not processed; erasure, which makes it possible to delete unsuitable or excessive data; restriction, under which a request is made to restrict the processing of data when the right to rectify personal data has been exercised; and portability, so that users can obtain a copy of their personal data provided to the website so that it can be passed on to other services. These rights may be exercised by any means leaving a record of sending and receipt to the address: PLAÇA PONS I CLERCH, 1-2. Postcode: 08003. Town/city: BARCELONA. Province: BARCELONA, or to the e-mail address providing a photocopy of your identity card or alternative documents proving your identity.

Until otherwise notified, we understand that your data has not been changed. You must notify us of any change and of your consent for use to use it, in order to ensure a lasting relationship between the parties.


“Work with us” form

In accordance with Article 7 of the General Data Protection Regulation EU-2016-679, by filling in the contact form “Work with us” and providing us with your CV, you give us your consent to process your data as part of the selection processes begun and to contact you if we are interested in your employment and personal profile in order to fill an employment vacancy.

For this purpose, we inform you that if your profile does not meet the requirements sought in current selection processes, unless you object, we will keep your contact data for future processes that do match to your CV.

The sending of your data using the forms on our website must be subject to you reading and accepting the Privacy Policy using a compulsory check box at the bottom of the form.

In accordance with the provisions of article 21 of the Information Society and E-Commerce Service Act 34/2002, we ask for your consent so that we can send the advertising communications that we consider may be of interest to you by e-mail or any other equivalent electronic communication means. This consent may be given or refused using a compulsory check box at the bottom of the form.



The intellectual and industrial property rights deriving from all the texts and images, as well as the media and forms of presentations and layout of the websites, belong either directly or are assigned to the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM and will, therefore, be works protected as intellectual property by the Spanish legal system. Both Spanish and European Community law will apply in this field, as well as international treaties signed by Spain relating to the matter.

All rights reserved. In accordance with the Intellectual Property Act, the reproduction, distribution, public communication and use of all or part of the content of its websites without the express consent of the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM are prohibited.

In addition, the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM reserves the right to proceed with the civil or criminal actions it considers appropriate for improper use of its websites and their content or the breach of these terms and conditions.



Trust marks are awarded to online shops to demonstrate their quality and security in online sales.

To achieve the mark, the websites are audited or assessed to see that they meet secure purchase criteria and comply with the law.

Shops with a trust mark adhere to a code of conduct and usually offer consumers quick, easy and convenient ways of resolving disputes.


8. E-COMMERCE LEGISLATION AND DATA PROTECTION COMPLIANCE CERTIFICATES complies with current data protection regulations and e-commerce legislation and has been advised on these regulations by the QUALIA GROUP. It has been granted two certificates in digital image format so they can be displayed on its website.



The relationship between the user and the PRIVATE FOUNDATION OF THE COLLEGE OF THE GUILD OF CONFECTIONERS AND CHOCOLATE MUSEUM will be governed by the applicable Spanish regulations. The courts and tribunals of BARCELONA will be competent to decide any dispute that may arise between the user and the CHOCOLATE MUSEUM.