The Buyer hereby explicitly states that their purchase is intended for personal use and is not associated with any commercial or professional activities..
The products covered by this contract are made available for purchase by Azienda Agricola Iacovella Davide di Davide Iacovella, located at Strada per Villamagna n°9/A, Tax ID Code: CVLDVD77S03C632K VAT number 02576700690 referred to hereinafter as the “Supplier.

Art. 1

1.1. The term “online sales contract” refers to the agreement for the purchase and sale of movable consumer goods offered by the Supplier. This agreement is established between the Supplier and the Buyer within the framework of a remote sales system organized by the Supplier.

1.2. The term “Buyer” pertains to the consumer, an individual who makes a purchase for personal use, without any commercial or professional intent.

1.3. The term “Supplier” refers to the entity specified in the headingor the party providing information services.

Art. 2
Object of the Contract

2.1. This contract pertains to the sale of movable consumer goods by the Supplier and their remote purchase by the Purchaser through electronic means via the website

2.2. Detailed descriptions of the products mentioned in the previous section can be found on the webpage

Art. 3
Contract Formation

3.1. The agreement between the Supplier and the Buyer is exclusively established through online channels. The Buyer accesses the website, following the provided instructions formalizes their purchase proposal for the goods described in Section 2.1 of the previous article.

Art. 4
Contract Conclusion and Effectiveness

4.1. The purchase contract becomes effective when the Buyer completes the request form and consents to the purchase by submitting it online. This form includes details about who makes the order and the order itself, the price of thepurchased goods, shipping costs, any additional charges, payment methods, payment terms, delivery address, delivery timelines, and the right of withdrawal.

4.2. Upon receiving the Buyer’s order, the Supplier sends a confirmation email or displays a printable web page confirming and summarizing the order, including the information mentioned in the preceding point.

Art. 5
Payment and Refund Procedures

5.1. Payments by the Buyer must be made using one of the methods specified on the Supplier’s dedicated webpage.

5.2. Any refunds to the Buyer will be processed using the same payment method initially chosen by the Buyer. Refunds will be executed promptly and, in cases of the right of withdrawal as governed by Article 11 of this contract, no later than 30 days from the date when the Supplier is informed ofthe withdrawal. It is important to note that cash payments will be refunded through bank transfer, with the Buyer providing the necessary banking details to the Supplier.

Art. 6
Delivery Times and Methods

6.1. The Supplier will arrange for the delivery of the selected and ordered products using the methods chosen by the Buyer or as indicated on the website at the time of offering the product, as confirmed in the email mentioned in point 4.2.

6.2. Shipping Methods, Times, andCosts Shipping methods, times, and costs are clearly indicated and prominently displayed on

Art. 7

7.1. All prices for the products displayed on the website are expressed in euros and constitute an offer to the public in accordance with Article 1336 of the Civil Code.

7.2. The prices mentioned above include VAT and any other applicable taxes. Shipping costs and any additional charges, if applicable, though not included in the purchase price, must be indicated, and calculated during the purchase process before the Buyer submits the order. These costs should also be included on the order summary page.

Art. 8
Limitations of liability

8.1. The Supplier is not liable for any disruptions due to force majeure if they are unable to fulfill the order within the contractually agreed timeframes.

8.2. The Supplier cannot be held responsible for any disruptions or malfunctions related to the use of the Internet beyond their control or that of their subcontractors, except in cases of intentional wrongdoing or gross negligence.

8.3. The Supplier will not be responsible for damages, losses, or costs incurred by the Buyer because of non-performance of the contract, provided that such non-performance is not attributable to the Supplier. In such cases, the Buyer is entitled only to a full refund of the price paid and any related charges incurred.

Art. 9
Legal Guarantee of Conformity

9.1. Presumption of Conformity Under this contract, it is presumed that the consumer goods meet the contract’s requirements if the following conditions are met:

  • (a) They are suitable for their typical intended use.
  • (b) They match the description provided by the Seller and possess the qualities presented by the Seller as a sample or model. Please note that product characteristics and their intensity may naturally vary due to seasonal or inherent factors.
  • c) They exhibit the expected quality and performance of goods of the same type, considering the nature of the product and any public declarations made by the Seller, the manufacturer, or their agent/representative, particularly in advertisements or labeling.
  • (d) They are fit for the specific purpose communicated by the Consumer during the contract’s conclusion, and the Seller accepted this purpose.

9.2. In case of non-conformity, which must be substantiated with relevant laboratory analyses, the Buyer has the option, at their own expense, within 3 days from the delivery date and subject to the conditions specified below, to either request a price reduction or contract termination. The request must be submitted in writing via registered mail or email to The request should not be objectively impossible to fulfill or unduly burdensome for the Supplier as per Art. 130, clause 4 of the Consumer Code. The Supplier must respond to the request within 7 working days of receiving it, indicating acceptance or the reasons for refusal.

9.3. Resolution and Compensation If the Supplier accepts the Buyer’s request, they should specify the proposed price reduction or the procedure for returning the defective goods. In such cases, the Buyer is responsible for providing instructions for crediting the amounts previously paid to the Supplier.


Art. 10
Buyer’s Obligations

10.1. The Buyer commits to pay the purchase price of the goods in accordance with the terms and methods stipulated in the contract.

Art. 11
Right of withdrawal

11.1. The Buyer has the unconditional right to withdraw from the agreed contract without incurring any penalty or having to provide a reason. This right is exercisable within a period of 14 (fourteen) working days, commencing from the day of receiving the purchased item.

11.2. If the Buyer decides to exercise their right of withdrawal, they must inform the Seller via registered mail or email at To exercise the right of withdrawal, sending this notification may be validly substituted by returning the purchased item within the same timeframe.

11.3. Return Deadline The return of the goods must occur no later than 30 (thirty) days from the date of receiving the goods. To qualify for a full refund of the purchase price, the products must be returned in their original packaging to ensure proper protection during transit, with no visible signs of damage or tampering.

11.4. The Supplier recommends utilizing its courier service for returning the order. However, the Buyer may choose an alternative courier, but in such cases, the costs associated with returning the product will not be reimbursed.

11.5. The Supplier will promptly refund the amount paid by the Buyer, free of charge, within 30 (thirty) days from receiving the returned goods at the Buyer’s location.

11.6. Upon receipt of the notification in which the Buyer exercises the right of withdrawal, both parties to this contract are released from their respective obligations, with the exceptions outlined in the preceding sections of this article.

Art. 12
Confidentiality and Processing of Buyer Data

12.1. The Supplier is committed to safeguarding the privacy of its customers and ensures that data processing complies with the provisions of privacy legislation, as referred to in Legislative Decree 30.6.2003, no. 196, and subsequent amendments and additions.

12.2.  Data Collection and Processing Personal and fiscal data, collected directly and/or through third parties by the Supplier, Azienda Agricola Iacovella Davide di Davide Iacovella, acting as the data controller, are gathered, and processed in paper, electronic, and telematic formats. This processing is carried out to record orders, ensure the execution of this contract, fulfill legal obligations, and effectively manage commercial relationships necessary for providing the requested service.

12.3. The Supplier commits to maintaining strict confidentiality regarding the data and information transmitted by the Buyer. Such data will not be disclosed to unauthorized parties or used for purposes other than those for which they were collected, except in cases where disclosure is required by judicial authorities or other lawfully authorized entities.

12.4. Personal data will be shared, following the signing of a data confidentiality agreement, only with parties authorized to perform activities essential for executing the contract, and solely within the scope of this purpose.

12.5. The Buyer has the rights outlined in Article 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, which include the right to:

  • (a) Update, correct, or supplement their data.
  • b) Request the deletion, anonymization, or blocking of data processed in violation of the law, including data no longer necessary for the purposes they were collected.
  • (c) Receive certification that the operations mentioned in (a) and (b) have been communicated to those to whom the data was disclosed unless this proves impossible or requires disproportionate effort. The Buyer also has the right to object, either entirely or partially:
    • (i) For legitimate reasons, to the processing of their personal data, even if relevant to the collection’s purpose.
    • (ii) To the use of their personal data for marketing, direct sales, market research, or commercial communication.

12.6. Providing personal data by the Buyer is a necessary condition for the correct and timely execution of this contract. Failure to do so will result in the Buyer’s request not being processed.

12.7. Data will be retained for no longer than necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or subsequently processed. Proper measures will be taken to securely delete data when required.

12.8. The data controller for the collection and processing of personal data is the Supplier, and the Buyer can make any inquiries at the company’s headquarters.

Art. 13
Archiving of the Contract

13.1. In accordance with Article 12 of Legislative Decree no. 70/2003, the Supplier informs the Buyer that each order sent is meticulously archived, either in digital or paper format and stored securely on the server or at the Supplier’s premises, with the utmost regard for confidentiality and security.

Art. 14
Communications e complaints

14.1. Any written communications addressed to the Supplier and all complaints will be deemed valid only if they are sent to the following address: During registration, the Buyer should specify their residence or domicile, telephone number, or email address for receiving communications from the Supplier.

Art. 15
Dispute Resolution

15.1. If the Parties choose to resort to the ordinary judicial authority, it is agreed that the competent court shall be determined by the residence or elected domicile of the Consumer, as mandated by Article 33, clause 2, letter u), of Legislative Decree no. 206/2005.

Art. 16
Law applicable e referral

16.1. This contract is governed by Italian law.

16.2. In accordance with Article 60 of Legislative Decree no. 206/2005, specific reference is made to the regulations contained in Part III, Title III, Chapter I of Legislative Decree no. 206/2005, along with any subsequent amendments and additions.