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Cookies

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a very small text file that is placed inside your hard disk by a web server. Itis used to help identify and help distinguish between one user and the other. A cookie is unique and can only be read by the server that provides you with the cookie.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies have many different functions and can be divided into three individual categories: functional cookies, analytical cookies and tracking cookies. Functional cookies are cookies that are required to allow the website to function. Cookies that are included within functional include which language setting you have chosen and products you have in your shopping cart. Analytical cookies are used to measure the quality and effectiveness of the website. For example, it registers visitor statistics. Google Analytics is often used for this. Tracking cookies are cookies that record your surfing behavior on a website so a profile can be compiled with relevant information for you. This can include showing you advertisements based on your browsing history.

Decide which cookies you accept

In most cases, you can instruct your browser to accept all cookies for a website, or warn you if cookies are offered. You can then decide whether you accept the cookie or not. For the specific settings, please refer to the manual on your browser. This is generally found under ‘Help’ in the toolbar for most browsers.

For Google Chrome:

Click on the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
Select Settings.
Click Show advanced settings
In the ”Privacy” section, select the Content Settings button.
In the ”Cookies” section, you can change your cookie settings.

For Internet Explorer 11.0:

Click on the ”Tools” menu on Internet
Select the “Privacy” option
Now you can set whether cookies are allowed, selected or blocked.
With Ok you confirm the setting

For Firefox

Click on the menu button and choose Options
Click on the Privacy panel
Now you set whether cookies are accepted and how long you want to keep these cookies for. You can also add exceptions and specify which websites you may or may never allow cookies from.
With Ok you confirm these settings

With the help of cookies, you can make full use of the many interesting functions that come from browsing on the website. For example, if you place an item into your shopping cart, our server can read the code from the cookie and remember that the item belongs in your shopping cart. If you visit another website after you shop with Cookinglife and then return, the item will still be in your shopping cart. This service is only possible with help from cookies. We therefore highly recommend that you enable cookies for our website!

How does Cookinglife use cookies?

Cookies that are used on Cookinglife collect information about users from the website. This is with the aim to provide an efficient, meaningful and personalized shopping experience Cookinglife uses cookies to, among other things:

  • Recognize users and user permissions;
  • Remember user preferences and settings;
  • Select and purchase items on the website and to record surfing activities and purchases;
  • Display personalized content and advertisements and inform you about new information, articles, and services;
  • Show relevant advertisements on our partnered sites;
  • Make links possible with social media such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube with related advertising services;
  • To perform general and functional analysis regarding the use of the website;
  • Collect, analyze and manage statistics on visitors;
  • To monitor the technical condition of the website and to optimize the website

When collecting, storing and using your data, Cookinglife always follows its Privacy Policy. You can find out more about Cookinglife’s Privacy Policy here.

The Cookinglife website also contains functions that fall outside the domain of Cookinglife and within the domain of third parties. A few examples are: YouTube videos and Facebook. Cookies can also be placed from these third-party domains, which are beyond the control of Cookinglife.

Web analysis

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analysis service that is offered by Google Inc. (“Google”). Google Analytics uses cookies in order to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your browsing use of the website (including your IP address) is transferred and stored by Google.

Google uses this information to keep track of how you use the website. This helps prepare reports on the website activity for website operators and to offer other services with regard to website activity and internet use. Google may provide this information to third parties if Google is legally required to do so or if these third parties need to process the information on Google’s behalf.

Google will not combine your IP address with other data that Google acquires. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data by Google for the purposes described above.

Which cookies does Cookinglife use?

Google Analytics
Names: _ga, _gac_UA-24083980-2, _gid
Type: analytical/tracking
Purpose: On some of our websites and pages, we use Google Analytics to collect statistical data. This cookie allows users to better understand what is happening on our website and whether or not you have been on our website before.
Expiry date:2 years

Bing
Name: MUID, MUIDB, SRCHD, SRCHUID, SRCHUSR
Type: analytical/tracking
Purpose: On some of our websites and pages, we use Bing to collect statistical information. This cookie allows us to better understand what is happening on our website and whether or not you have previously visited our website from the Bing search engine.
Expiry date: 2 years

PHP Session ID
Name: PHPSESSID
Type: functional
Purpose: Session cookie for registering session.
Expiry date: after the session

Criteo
Names: uid, eid, zdi
Type: tracking
Purpose: Criteo looks at your interests and offers advertisements from Cookinglife on third-party websites based on this.
Expiry date: after one year

Facebook
Names: act, c_user, Csm, Datr, Fr, P, Pl, presence, S, Sb, Xs
Type: Tracking
Purpose: Facebook uses user data to tailor advertisements specifically to a person or device.
Expiry date: after the session

Mailchimp
Name: newsletter
Type: Tracking
Purpose: Mailchimp uses website statistics to measure results from newsletter campaigns
Expiry date: after the session

Where can I find information about updates to this policy?

We will post changes or updates to our cookie statement and Privacy Policy on this website. This way you will remain informed about the information we collect, use and disclose, and encourage you to read our Privacy Policy regularly. Contact us if you have any questions about the Cookie Statement or Privacy Policy.