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A cookie is a simple, small file that is sent with pages of a website and it is installed automatically by the browser (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Mozilla Firefox, etc.) on the hard drive of your computer. These files store information that is sent back to the server during a subsequent visit to the website. Cookies do not harm your computer.
Cookies can have different functions. On the basis of these functions, cookies can be divided into four categories, being functional/essential cookies, analytical/statistical cookies, performance cookies and profiling cookies. See the table below for explanations of the various cookies.
Cookies that are required for the website to work properly. For example, these cookies are used to make sure you can put products into your shopping basket in our online shop or ensure that your personal settings remain stored. Without these cookies, the website will work less well or not at all.
Cookies that are used to improve the website by analysing visitor statistics. For example, the time spent on the website. We use these data to provide you with the best possible experience.
Performance cookies (part of Marketing cookies)
Cookies that track data about whether users’ objectives on the website are achieved, for example making a purchase. These data are combined with data of a page you visited previously.
These cookies are used to show relevant adverts to visitors to social platforms and other websites. The aim is to display adverts that are as personalised and relevant as possible. This enables us to design our adverts and marketing as efficiently as possible and to provide the user with the best possible experience. Marketing cookies also include preference cookies.
Now you know what cookies are, why cookies are important to your internet experience and which types of cookies there are, and below you find a list of the cookies that are used on this website. We try to be as transparent as possible about the cookies and the reason they are used. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Under the Section ‘Which cookies are placed?’ you can change your cookie settings by clicking on ‘Change your permission’.
NB! At the time you change permission to place cookies, it may be that previously installed cookies are still active on your computer. If you would like to switch it all off, you can do so in your browser settings (Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Mozilla Firefox, etc.). Below we explain how you do this.
If you want to remove cookies from your computer completely, you can do so with the settings of your browser. The following provides a brief explanation for the most common browsers.
1. Click on the toothed wheel top right of your screen.
2. Select ‘Internet options’.
3. Go to the tab ‘General’.
4. Remove the browser history, including the cookies.
1. Click on the ‘settings’ (the three dots) top right of your screen.
2. Go to ‘settings’.
3. Type ‘cookies’ in the search bar at the top of the screen.
4. Select the last option ‘Delete cookies’.
1. Go to menu and select ‘preferences’.
2. Go to the tab ‘privacy & security’.
3. Remove your history, including the cookies.
1. Click on ‘Safari’ in the toolbar
2. Select ‘Delete history’
3. Select ‘Delete entire history’.