It is important to us that you retain personal control over your online privacy. This is why we are keen to give you as much information as we can about the cookies we use and the purposes for which we use them. When you visit our website, you can indicate whether you will allow cookies or not.
1. Functional cookies
Functional cookies are necessary to make sure the website works well. These cookies are installed as a matter of course and they are not deleted even if you do not accept cookies. Functional cookies ensure that you can remain logged in during your visit to the website. They also ensure that any products in your basket are saved when you want to buy anything from our webshop.
Analytical cookies - for measuring visits
Analytical cookies allow us to keep track of visits to our website. These statistics give us an understanding of how often our website is visited, the information that visitors are looking for and which pages are visited most frequently. As a result, we know which parts of the website are most popular and which parts of it we can improve. We analyse and improve our website continually in order to make the visitor's experience as enjoyable as possible. The statistics that we collect cannot be traced back to any individual, meaning that the data we use is always anonymous. We use Google Analytics to gain insights from the data. We always install analytical cookies when someone visits our website.
Below are examples of the data collected by analytical cookies:
The information is transferred to servers in the USA, where Google saves it. Google states that it observes the Safe Harbor Principles and is affiliated to the Safe Harbor Program of the American Federal Trade Commission. This means that there is an appropriate protection scheme for the processing of personal data.
For further information about what Google does with the information it collects we would refer you to Google. That statement is updated regularly.
We never pass any personal data that you might enter (such as IP address, name, address or phone number) on to Google. For further details about how we deal with personal data please see our privacy statement.
We do not use any tracking cookies.