Privacy Policy

The California Strawberry Commission’s (CSC) privacy policy is designed to advise you (User) about how CSC collects, uses, and protects its’ Users’ personal information. The CSC’s policy is to take reasonable measures to protect the privacy of personally identifiable information you may provide while accessing our website. CSC collects any information you enter on our site, or that you give us any other way. Users can choose not to provide certain information, but you may not be able to take advantage of our services and features. When Users visit a website, they disclose certain information, such as your internet protocol (IP) address and the time of the visit. This site, like many other sites, records this basic information. Cookies are pieces of information that are transferred to the User’s computer from a web server. Most browsers are set up to accept cookies, buy you can change the settings to have your browser notify you when you receive a new cookie or to refuse to accept cookies.

In general, the Commission will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to anyone without your permission (this does not include aggregated information which does not personally identify you which may be shared with the Commission board of directors or Commission contractors. However, some personally identifiable information provided as part of entering a Commission-sponsored contest or drawing may be used or disclosed by the Commission in accordance with the specific rules of that contest or drawing. You can request access or make changes to your personally identifiable information by sending an email to

By posting a submission to the Commission’s website (including but not limited to submissions for any contest or drawing), you agree that such submission is non-confidential for all purposes. If you make such a submission, you automatically grant the Commission a royalty-free, perpetual, irrevocable, license to use, reproduce, edit, translate, publish, distribute or modify the submission in any form or format now known, or used in the future.

Children. The Commission does not knowingly collect, save, use, or distribute any personally identifiable information from children (under the age of 13). Any personally identifiable information received from a child will only be used for a one-time specific response to a request of the Commission made by the child after which time the contact information will be deleted from the Commission’s records.

By using this website, you consent to the collection and use of your personal information as described in this privacy policy. If our privacy policy or procedures change, we will immediately post those changes to our website. Any such changes will be effective immediately upon being posted, unless otherwise stated in the change.