Privacy policy

FastFood builders Oy’s Privacy policy and cookies


We respect your privacy

Barot’s processes the personal data of its customers, including potential customers, employees, and job applicants, in accordance with this Privacy Policy and applicable laws. As our operations develop and legislation changes, we may update the Privacy Policy. Therefore, you should review this Privacy Policy from time to time.

Data controller

The controller in regard to the processing of personal data described in this Privacy Policy is FastFood Builders Oy (hereinafter referred to as “Barot’s” or “us”):

FastFood builders Oy

Business ID: 2940128-9

Lars Sonckin tie 12 B

00570 Helsinki


Phone: 040 411 3831

Barot’s’ data protection officer is the CEO Elias Sarajärvi, elias.sarajarvi(at), +358 (0)40 411 3831

Why do we collect personal data, and why?

We collect, store and process data concerning customers and employees for predetermined purposes. We always ensure there is at least one legal basis for processing and storing personal data. The main purposes and processing criteria of personal data are:

Marketing and customer communications. We implement digital marketing, targeted marketing content, and social media marketing for potential and existing customers. Marketing may be based on automated decision-making and generated customer profiles in social media ad campaigns, search engine marketing, and the content of our website. In this respect, the legal basis for processing personal data is primarily our legitimate interest. However, a person has the right to refuse marketing targeted to him/her at any time.

 Performance of legal obligations. We may also process personal data to fulfill legal obligations (e.g., accounting, taxation, employment contracts act).

 Personnel management tasks. Personal data related to employees is collected and processed mainly for personnel management purposes, such as the performance of an employment contract, monitoring time usage, payroll, and other rights and obligations arising from the employment relationship. In this regard, the legal basis for processing personal data is the performance of the contract, the performance of the legal obligations arising from the employment relationship, and sometimes the employee’s consent.

 Recruitment, job applicants, and other forms. When recruiting, we mainly process personal data received from job applicants. In regard to filling forms (e.g., feedback form), we process personal data provided by the person filling the form.

What personal data do we collect? What sources do we get data from?

We mainly only collect and process personal data related to our customers, employees, and job applicants. We use Google Analytics and Facebook pixel to collect data related to our website. Data of customers, employees, and job applicants are collected with data provided by them.

 Automatic data

We may use different methods to collect data when you use our website or visit our social media channels. Automated processes may include cookies, web beacons, and other technologies. Automatically collected information may include your IP address, location, computer or mobile device operating system, the browser you use, the type and settings of your mobile device, and your activities related to using services, such as the pages you visit on our website. You can prevent automatic data collection based on cookies by disabling cookies in your browser settings. Please note that blocking cookies may affect the functionality of our website.

 Data provided by the customer

We may collect personal data provided to us by you, such as your first and last name, phone number, gender, date of birth, address, postcode, city, and email address. We collect data through forms or other available channels.

With regards to personnel, we receive personal data mainly from the persons themselves and with their consent. With the consent of the customer, we may use the data provided by the customer for newsletter marketing. Direct marketing can be denied by the customer even after the data has been disclosed. We use personal data that arise during employment. We use the data, for example, to draw up an employment contract.

Personal data processing and third parties?

Generally, personal data is processed by individuals belonging to Barot’s personnel when performing their duties.

 We may also outsource the processing. Many of the systems we use to store and process personal data are cloud-based services. Most of the stored and processed data are in electronic form. We use subcontractors and service providers to process personal data, especially in the following matters: cloud storage of data, marketing automation, financial management and payroll, website maintenance, monitoring of visitors, and analytics of online services.

When using subcontractors and service providers, we ensure the confidentiality of personal data is maintained and that the data is otherwise processed lawfully and only for our benefit.

 Otherwise, we may also disclose data when required by the law, court, or competent authority. We may also disclose your data if we are involved in a business transaction.

Disclosure of personal data outside the EU?

Generally, personal data is not disclosed outside the EU. However, since the data is primarily stored and processed electronically, especially in cloud-based services, some of the service providers we use may be located in non-EU countries. Such service providers are, for example, Google. In this case, we will ensure appropriate protection measures required by law are used for data transfer.

Storage and protection of personal data

How long does Barot’s store personal data?

We do not store your personal data for longer than necessary for the intended purpose of the data or as required by contract or law. The retention period of personal data may vary depending on the purpose, legal basis, and situation. Personal data may be deleted if a person withdraws his/her consent or requests deletion of data (and Barot’s has no other legal basis for processing), the contractual relationship is terminated, or the data is outdated or inaccurate.

 How does Barot’s store and protect personal data?

Personal data is stored almost exclusively in electronic form, and the data is protected in accordance with general industry standards. We treat data as confidential and do not disclose them, nor will we sell or rent data for marketing purposes. Our premises are also well protected and locked.

Is it necessary to provide data? What happens if you don’t provide data?

Most of the provision of personal data is voluntary. This applies in particular to data related to job applicants as well as people giving feedback. In an employment relationship, we also require personal data to fulfill our obligations regarding the performance of employment contracts and the law. As far as those giving feedback are concerned, we require personal data to develop our operations as required.

Use of cookies

We use cookies on our website to provide website visitors with the best experience. Cookies provide us with information about how users interact with our website. We may use cookies to develop our services and website, analyze website usage, and target and optimize marketing. Website users may give his/her consent or block the use of cookies through web browser settings. Most web browsers allow cookies automatically. Please note that blocking cookies may limit the functionality of the website.

 Blocking cookies

 You can block the processing of cookie data collected by Google Analytics via the following link

 You can block the use of cookies in customized target groups via this link:

  • In Internet Explorer, click Tools -> Internet options -> Privacy -> Advanced settings -> Block all cookies
  • In Firefox, click the three dots -> Preferences -> Privacy and security
  • In Safari, click Preferences -> Privacy
  • In Google Chrome, click the three dots on the upper right corner -> Settings -> Advanced settings -> Privacy and security

Your rights to personal data?

You have the right to inspect your data, right to rectification, erasure, or supplementation of incorrect data. You have the right to rely on all rights protected by data protection legislation, such as the right to restrict processing, object to processing, and the right to transfer data from one system to another. However, we ask You to note that providing, storing, and processing data may, in some instances, be a prerequisite for the introduction or use of the service.

You also have a right to refuse the data you provide to be used for direct marketing, distance selling, and other direct marketing by requesting deletion of your customership. If you have given us permission to send You marketing communication, you can later opt-out of communication by following the instructions in these messages.

How to exercise your rights?

You can exercise your rights described above by contacting us, for example, by sending an email to or otherwise contacting our company via the contact details below. We will ask you to provide proof of your identity, such as a signed request for verification or a copy of your ID (please cover your social security number and other information we do not need). If you consider that the processing of your personal data is unlawful, you can lodge a complaint to the competent supervisory authority (Data Protection Officer).

Update of privacy policy?

We may update this Privacy Policy in the event of changes in the principles of our operations or the processing of personal data. Updates may also be done upon legislation changes. The changes will take effect after we have published an updated privacy policy.

Updated 4.11.2020

Who to contact in matters of data protection?

FastFood builders Oy

Business ID: 2940128-9

Lars Sonckin tie 12 B

00570 Helsinki


Phone: 040 411 3831

Barot’s’ data protection officer is Elias Sarajärvi, elias.sarajarvi(at), +358 (0)40 411 3831