What are cookies?
A cookie is a small file that is downloaded from our website and stored on the hard drive (including mobile devices) of the device of the user / visitor. This file identifies specific information from your previous visits and from the device you used to visit the page. For example, the information may include the IP address of the connecting computer, date and time of the visit, the referring URL (the page from which the visitor came), pages / products visited on our website, the type of browser used and pages visited, etc. The validity or the functionality of cookies either expires when the internet session is over (after the device is disconnected from the site / internet) or cookies may expire after a certain and defined time.
Reason for use
Protection of personal data
(i) Required - these are necessary and help you navigate through the website or use certain features. For example, these files allow you to store goods in the shopping cart throughout the entire ordering process;
(ii) Functional - enable you to have a more enjoyable customer experience. These files help you save items and remind you of your shopping cart and also allow you to create wish lists, etc.;
(iii) Performance - help us understand the shopping behaviour of our visitors. This allows us to continually improve our website and to make shopping as easy and enjoyable as possible;
(iv) Interactive - these allow you to provide comment or opinions - what you think about our products, websites, etc. Cookies allow you to express your opinion on social media and specify that you liked our products or that you would recommend them, or to chat with our service staff. However, you may also advise other (potential) customers by evaluating our products and by writing product reviews;
(v) Ad Targeting - these remember your product and shopping preferences.; These cookies allow us to find out what you like. For example, when you browse through search results provided by search engines, ads, which are more relevant to your preferences, will be displayed.
Google may also provide this information to third parties - if required by law, or where third parties process information on Google's behalf. Google Analytics also includes related advertising features provided by Google, such as:
- Google display network impression reports
- remarketing (displaying ads on the content network based on products viewed)
- advanced demographic reports (anonymous demographic data reports).
See Google's Terms of Service for more information on data processing and use. How to Disable Google Analytics Tracking
If you do not want to provide anonymous data about your use of the website to Google Analytics, you can use the plugin provided by Google. After installing the plugin in your browser and after activation, no data will be sent.