Cookie Policy

Version 1
Valid from 1/01/2021

In order to improve the website functionality and enable its usage, we use following type of cookies. A cookie is a small piece of data that a website stores on the visitor’s computer or mobile device.

  1. UserID – a first party persistent cookie that is preserved when browser is closed. This cookie is used for storing the application state when you move from page to page and makes the whole site experience possible. This is preserved to identify you when you return to our website. This cookie can be reset by logging out from website. In that case, the cookie is simply replaced with a random value. This cookie is connected to you, as a user, in our database and our system can't function without this cookie.

  2. SessionID – a first party session-type cookie which is not preserved when browser is closed. This cookie is connected to you, as a user, in our database and indicates to our system that you are in an active logged-in session and have permission to create orders, view order history and configure system settings. Our system can't function without this cookie.

  3. HBLIn – a first party persistent cookie that is used to identify whether your browser is logged into our system or not. In the case you have previously logged out, then our system helps to offer a choice of login or registration. If this cookie is missing, then if you start the shopping check-out process the system would instead ask you to register. If this cookie is set, then the system recognises you and presents you with the login page.

  4. _ALGOLIA – a first party persistent cookie, which creates a unique user-token when you visit our website for the first time. This token is randomly generated and persists across sessions. This way, every time you come back to visit our website, your saved user-token will be used to identify you as the same person.

  5. _atuvc – a third-party cookie associated with the AddThis social sharing widget which enables you to share our content via a range of networking and sharing platforms.