What Are Cookies?

Cookies are small files that are saved automatically to your computer while you’re browsing online. Each one saves important information about how you use the internet – so the more you browse online, the easier and faster it becomes.

Cookies are tiny text files that are automatically saved to your computer when you browse websites like

Most websites use cookies in some form or another. They work quietly behind the scenes, saving important information to make viewing web pages easier or faster for you. Have you ever typed the first few letters of your name in a browser window and seen it pop up underneath, to save you time? That's a cookie in action.

Which cookies does use?

The website uses cookies to facilitate the processes of login, shopping cart and using your information like name and email. To explain it further, the login cookie will tell the browser that you are already logged in. Shopping cart cookie enables you to add items to your shopping cart. User information cookie will tell different parts of the website your name and email address. An example of this can be the email confirmation you get when you place an order. That email confirmation is sent using the email and name cookies.

Are cookies safe?

Yes. We don't save data like your address or credit card details, so your personal information is secure. And cookies aren't harmful to your computer.

Removing/Disabling cookies

Most computers are set to download cookies automatically - so if you're happy with all you've read above, you needn't do anything at all. However, if you're at all concerned about having cookies on your computer you can remove them easily. Learn how to remove cookies Likewise, you can change the settings on your computer so it no longer accepts cookies. Learn how to change your cookie settings.

Further Reading

If you'd like to find out more about cookies, you may find the following resources useful:

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