The information below sets out our policy on the use of cookies.  It describes how we use cookies and how to modify your browser settings in order to control your browser’s use of cookies. Please read the following information carefully as your continued use of our website means that you agree with how we use cookies.


Cookies are chewy, gooey, delicious…oops no, not those ones!

Browser cookies are small text files created by a website through a browser on your computer. They are used to help you navigate a website, identify preferences and perform specific functions.

Most websites these days use cookies to enhance the usability of the site and to make navigating a website easier and more intuitive.  As such, disabling cookies may prevent you from using certain websites, or from using certain functions within a website.

Cookies do not give us access to your computer or any information about you – other than the data you choose to share with us.

When you use a browser to load a website that uses cookies, if the browser settings enable the use of cookies, it will allow the website to send a small text file, or cookie, to your computer’s hard drive. When you visit subsequent pages on the website it may use the information inside the cookie to provide certain functionality. When you revisit the website it may again request that cookie to further assist functionality within that website.


We use cookies for the following purposes:
* Identifying visitors for login purposes, allowing your browser to remember your login credentials and keep you logged in to our website during your visit
* Anonymously storing informaton relating to your online orders and any information you may enter into our website (such as search terms)
* Improving the security of our website to help prevent fraudulent activity and safeguard your personal information
* Anonymously tracking website traffic and data in order to help us provide the best service possible.

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