Cookiecrumb trails on the internet
What are Cookies?
Cookies are small bits of information stored in your web browser that allow the owners of the sites you visit to identify you. Not you personally, in most cases, but as a returning visitor. They can be used for good and evil.
The Cookie Monster stays hungry
Remembering Your Shopping Cart
We store your shopping cart in a backend database, identified by a random code, and remember this code in a cookie. When you put something into your cart, close your browser, and return another day, the product is still there. We can't identify you personally, only when you enter your name and email address on the cart page.
Improving Our Website
We use Matomo for gaining some insight into what people do on our website. Matomo places cookies to recognize you while you're navigating our website. Unlike other web analytics software, Matomo does not follow you to other sites. We anonymize all data that it collects and host Matomo ourselves. Again, we don't share any data with third parties.
We also encourage you to use utilities like Ghostery to disable trackers, and we're honored if you leave Matomo enabled on our website.
Remembering that You've Read the Cookie Notice
When you dismiss the cookie notice we remember this for one year in, you guessed it, a cookie so that we don't bother you with the notice too often.